A Michigan Drive-In movie theater is set to open on Friday, May 15th.

Under the executive order from Governor Gretchen Whitmer, theatres are to remain closed in Michigan until May 28th. The Capri Drive-In Theater in Coldwater will instead be opening this Friday, May 15th. According to their website, the snack bar will also be open for carry-out only. If you decide to bring in outside food, there will be a $5 voucher fee.

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The Capri Drive-In Theater will be playing movies on two screens. On screen one, they are going old school and playing 'Smokey and the Bandit' along with 'Jurassic Park.' On screen two, they will play two newly released movies with 'Trolls World Tour' and 'Sonic the Hedgehog.' The box office will open up at 7:30 pm and the movies start at dusk. Admission is $10 per adult, $5 for kids ages 5 to 11, and kids under 5-years-old are free.

The theater will continue to run all four of those movies for at least the next week. The Capri Drive-In Theater is located on 119 West Chicago Road in Coldwater. For more detail, click here, or call 517-278-5628.

I love drive-in movie theaters, they are great! You can't beat the price. Two new movies for around $10, hell yeah. Also, you don't run the risk of having to sit next to smelly people or people that have to talk all the way through the movie. I can't stand those people. At the drive-in, you can just enjoy the movie with the people you came with. However, I really hope all the theaters are able to open soon so we can get another chunk or normal back.

Source: Capri Drive-In Theater