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UPDATE: According to a post on Canterbury Village’s Facebook page, this weekend’s drive-in movies have been postponed. They will reschedule the dates, and any purchased tickets will be good for the new dates. For more information, go here.

Miss the nostalgia of a drive-in movie theater? Then, at least one good thing to come out of the coronavirus crisis is that drive-ins are making a comeback.

Canterbury Village in Lake Orion plan to begin offering drive-in movies in May. The Village says attendees will be able to watch films from their cars with “adequate social distancing between cars.”

According to the event’s Facebook page, only 150 cars will be allowed per showing due to social distancing. Each car will be given a 14′ x 20′ space to keep a safe distance between cars. The audio for the films will be played through your car radio.

For additional information on Canterbury Village shows, go here.

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