MANILA — With measures against the spread of COVID-19 still in place, keeping cinemas closed, it looks like mall owners are turning to drive-in movie theaters as a way to give moviegoers a chance to do something out of the house while keeping distance from others.
SM Cinemas first offered the drive-in theater experience in Pampanga, and now they’re bringing it to metro, as announced this Monday.
SM said that they have turned Mall of Asia’s concert grounds into an improvised drive-in cinema, and will begin holding screenings as early as September 9.
More details such as ticket prices can be seen in the video below:
SM Cinemas first tried offering the drive-in theater experience in its SM City Pampanga branch.
It utilizes parking spots as locators and a specific FM radio frequency for audio, along with having rules like a maximum of four people per car and still requiring masks.