KISSIMMEE, Fla. - Old Town announced on Tuesday that they will have drive-in Halloween movies every Sunday night starting October 4th.
"Relive the fun and nostalgic feeling, while maintaining social distancing, of watching a movie from the comfort of your car," Old Town said. "Hosting drive-in movies fits the nostalgic feel of Old Town and our commitment to hosting family-friendly events throughout the year."
Parking is $10 per vehicle and includes all seated passengers. Parking will open at 6 p.m. and admission is first-come, first-serve. While the event is listed as "all ages," parents should be advised that one of the movies, Scream, is an R-rated film that includes violence and adult themes. Guests are encouraged to bring snacks and drinks from any of the shops in Old Town to the viewing.
The following movies will air on the following dates:
- October 4: Beetlejuice
- October 11: The Nightmare Before Christmas
- October 18: Scream
- October 25: Hocus Pocus
Tickets can be purchased on the Old Town website.
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