Walmart Drive-In Movies

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With the success of Tribeca Film Festival's recent drive-in movie events, they will be partnering up with Walmart to provide of a series of drive-in movies that will come at no cost to participating customers.


The Walmart Drive-In!

With Tribeca curating the list of films for viewing, Walmart will host these drive-in events at 160 of their stores all over the country. The parking lots at participating Walmart stores will be used as the drive-in lot for the outdoor viewings, and will begin August 14 until October 21. During this time frame, there will be 320 screenings of popular films. Here is a list of all the feature-length films people can expect to watch at The Walmart Drive-In:

Ahead of each viewing, there will be a short film presented. Here's the list of the shorts viewers can expect to see before each movie:
  • Bilby
  • Bird Karma
  • Brooklyn Breeze
  • CROW: The Legend
  • Fire in Cardboard City
  • INVASION!
  • Looney Tunes' Boo! Appetweet
  • Marooned
Janey Whiteside, Walmart's chief customer officer, is working with celebrities to make virtual and in-person appearances at each drive-in event. Guest appearances will include Chrissy Metz, Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Garner, Peter Berg, and more. In a statement about The Walmart Drive-In, Whiteside said:
"We recognize the challenges our customers and their families have faced over the last few months and we wanted to create an experience where they could come together safely to create new memories. The Walmart Drive-in is one small way we're supporting the communities we serve."

To reserve tickets and see which Walmart near you will be hosting this drive-in event, click here!

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