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Canterbury Village to begin drive-in movies this week

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Posted at 12:40 PM, Apr 27, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-28 05:11:47-04

(WXYZ) — Canterbury Village in Lake Orion is trying something new amid the coronavirus pandemic. Beginning Thursday, they'll start drive-in movies.

According to Canterbury Village, people can come enjoy movies from their car with adequate social distancing between cars.

The village said that only 165 cars will be allowed and each car will be given a 20-foot wide space to keep a safe distance between them. The movies will be played through your car radio.

There will also be food for sale from the C Pub that can be delivered right to your car.

Tickets will go on sale at 6 p.m. Monday and are available online only. They will be available at the Facebook event page, and are $20 per car, per movie shown. After each showing you must exit to get ready for the next showing.

More details on the Facebook event page.

Here's a list of the movies and showtimes for this week:

Thursday April 30

2:00 Jumanji - The Next Level
5:30 The Lion King (SOLD OUT)
8:15 Jumanji - The Next Level (SOLD OUT)

Friday, May 1

1:00 Frozen II
3:20 Secret Life of Pets 2
5:30 Secret Life of Pets 2 (SOLD OUT)
8:15 Spider-Man: Far From Home (SOLD OUT)

Saturday, May 2

10:15 AM Dolittle
1:00 Avengers: Endgame
5:00 Dolittle (SOLD OUT)
8:00 Knives out (SOLD OUT)

Sunday, May 3

10:15 AM Toy Story 4
1:00 Star Wars - The Rise of Skywalker
5:00 Toy Story 4 (SOLD OUT)
7:30 Captain Marvel (SOLD OUT)

Monday, May 4

5:00 Dolittle
8:00 Knives out

Tuesday, May 5

5:00 Toy Story 4
7:30 Captain Marvel

Due to overwhelming demand, Canterbury added two more shows.

Saturday

10:15 AM Dolittle

Sunday

10:15 AM Toy Story 4

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