MUNCIE — Walmart has announced which stores will be hosting free movies as part of their drive-in movie tour later this summer.
Earlier this year, Walmart announced that it would transform the parking lots of 160 of its stores around the country into contact-free drive-in movie theaters.
On Wednesday, the retail giant announced more details about the showings, including the dates, times and locations.
Tickets to the screenings are free but must be reserved in advance to ensure parking lots aren't overcrowded. Tickets will be available by clicking here beginning at 5 p.m. on Wednesday and will be given out per car, and cover "as many people as you have seatbelts in your car."
The following Indiana locations will be participating:
- Hammond - 9/25/20
- Hammond - 9/26/20
- Muncie - 10/9/20
- Muncie - 10/10/20
- Richmond - 10/13/20
- Richmond - 10/14/20
- Evansville - 10/16/20
- Evansville - 10/17/20
- Evansville - 10/20/20
- Evansville - 10/21/20
For all showings, gates will open at 6 p.m. local time, and the films will begin at 7:30 p.m.
To ensure proper social distancing, guests will be required to remain in their cars during the showings. Anyone who does need to leave their car will be required to wear a mask or face covering.
Guests will also need access to a car radio or a seperate FM radio in order to hear the movie.
For additional details including a full list of screening locations across the U.S. click HERE.