Since the pandemic hit, one of the many places that we haven't been able to go to has been movie theaters, and who knows how long it's going to be before people feel comfortable going back.

So Edmond Town Hall has come up with the concept of the Pop-Up Drive In. The drive-in was made possible by Ingersoll Automotive Group in Danbury.

Starting tonight, (Friday, June 5), right behind the Town Hall, the temporary Pop-Up movie screen will be up and playing the Disney classic 'Homeward Bound, The Incredible Journey'.

The parking lot will open at 8:30 pm, and the movie will start at 9 pm. For the opening night only 25 cars will be allowed, then on Saturday night 42 cars will be allowed in.

The cost is only $10 per car, but if you need your popcorn fix, it will be an extra $8, but will include a large bucket of popcorn, two cold bottles of water, and one small bag of chocolate M&Ms. All tickets must be purchased on line in advance, and you must bring the printed ticket with you. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no money will be exchanged at the event.

You must also follow health department COVID-19 rules which include showing your ticket through a closed car window, and a mask must be worn anytime you leave your car for any reason.

You can get tickets and more information on the Edmond Town Hall Website, or through the Edmond Town Hall Facebook page.

Other movies you'll be able to check out at the Pop-Up Drive In will be 'Toy Story', and 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.

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