Opening of a permanent drive-in cinema site in North Florida
The facility will have a concession trailer on-site, offering popcorn and hot dogs with more menu items expected to come in the future.
What started as a temporary solution to the COVID-19 pandemic has grown into an experience the Sun-Ray Cinema hopes to keep permanently.
The movie theater announced Monday that he is under contract to purchase the property at 869 Willow Branch Avenue for his drive-thru movie screenings.
“This address will be familiar to those who have followed this crazy journey as the only drive-in site to offer beverage service and has a place in our hearts as one of the most comfortable and sweetest little lots. authentic Florida we have watched., “the cinema posted on Facebook. “Sun-Ray is under contract to purchase this property as part of three and a half contiguous acres to become …”
Sun-Ray says the move will give them a permanent screen and projector, which will save them money in the long run. For this reason, the cinema offers a weekend to moviegoers.
“… we’ll pass the savings on to you, as of this weekend screenings are $ 20 (plus tax) per car,” the theater said.
The facility will also have a concession trailer onsite, offering popcorn and hot dogs along with other menu items expected to arrive in the future.
Schedule of performances:
- January 8 – WW84 at 6 p.m., Les Goonies at 9 p.m.
- January 9 – WW84 5:30 p.m., Spirited Away at 8:30 p.m. (dubbed)
For tickets, go to sunraycinema.com