Summer 2020 in Belarus has started with an opening of a drive-in cinema in Dreamland Park, allowing film fans to kick back in front of a big screen in the great outdoors.
A drive-in cinema is located at vulica Arloŭskaja 80 and can accommodate up to 50 cars. A huge screen (16х7 m) guarantees a live image and high definition, while a Meyer Sound concert speaker system will provide a live sound.
There is also a snack bar with food (popcorn, nachos, sweets) and drinks. You can pre-order snacks with a 30% discount when buying a ticket online, it will be delivered to you within 10 minutes after parking the car.
Have we got your curiousity? If yes, then be ready to pay BYN 20-25 ($8,38-$10,47/€7,39-€9,24 as of 15 June) per car and BYN 15 ($6,28, €5,55) per motorcycle. Tickets are available at the Silver Screen website.
According to the cinema representatives, they don’t limit themselves to film screenings alone and are working on licenses for concerts and music films. They plan to surprise its audience with live broadcasts, thematic evenings of short films and various activities.
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