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  1. May 01, 2018 · Recently, there has been a renewed interest in drive-ins by the public and therefore a corresponding increase in the number of new drive-in theaters scheduled to be opened. is currently tracking 8-10 new drive-ins which plan to open in 2018 or early 2019.

  2. May 26, 2020 · Drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback thanks to coronavirus. By Chauncey Alcorn CNN Business. Updated 10:37 AM ET, Tue May 26, 2020 . ... California, on March 25. Around 75 Chromebooks, to ...

  3. Jul 04, 2020 · Drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback. Drive-in movie theaters, the symbol of a bygone era before cellphones and constant distraction, are suddenly reemerging as a popular form of entertainment during the coronavirus crisis. Why it matters: Indoor movie theaters are closed, but people still crave entertainment and a chance to get out of ...

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  5. Jun 25, 2020 · For instance, this year’s True/False Film Fest Boone Dawdle, which traditionally ends with a film at Les Bourgeois, is being converted to a pop-up drive-in event on Aug. 15. According to the United Drive-in Theatre Owners Association, as of October 2019, 305 drive-ins remain in the U.S.

    • Skyline Drive-In, Barstow, California. As one reviewer wrote, this place is full of “fond, childhood memories,” but despite the nostalgia factor, still shows current films.
    • Vineland Drive-In, Industry, California. CBS Los Angeles dubbed Vineland a major “retro” throwback and one of its best drive-in movie theaters in the Los Angeles area, complete with quirky characters and showings seven days a week, all detailed on Vineland’s website .
    • West Wind Capitol Drive-In, San Jose, California. San Jose’s family-owned West Wind Capitol Drive-In is a self-proclaimed “American phenomenon,” which has included the usual popcorn, candy, and new features since 1952.
    • West Wind Drive-In, Goleta, California. Not to be confused with the aforementioned San Jose location, this theater also allows viewers from a different part of the state a few hours of family fun for only $8.25 for adults and $1.75 for kids ages 5-11.