“Bring out the popcorn! We’re transforming the parking lot at Wolf Trap National Park into a drive-in movie theater and bringing family-friendly summer fun to the community,” according to Wolf Trap’s website.
Here’s the line-up listed on the website:
- Thursday, Aug. 6: “Mamma Mia!“
- Friday, Aug. 7: “Sing“
- Saturday, Aug. 8: “Dreamgirls“
- Sunday, Aug. 9: “Dirty Dancing“
Tickets went on sale today at 10 a.m. The price per car is $40.
People can also buy the “Movie Pack for Two,” which includes two boxes of popcorn, a pack of M&Ms and two bottles of water for $20, or the “Wolfie Kids Pack,” which includes a plush animal, two chocolate chip cookies, themed coloring pages and crayons for $15.
The gates will open at 7 p.m. ahead of the 8:30 p.m. screening for each event.
According to the event guidelines, no walk-ins or bikes will be allowed, and movie-goers must stay in their vehicles unless using the restrooms. People can bring their food if they want, but pets are not allowed.
“Sound for all movies will be broadcast to your car’s FM radio, please be aware of how to use the Accessory mode in your vehicle or bring a portable radio,” according to the guidelines.
Photo by Denise Jans on Unsplash
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