We all know there’s no better way to watch a movie than going to a drive-in. Or at least, if you’re old enough to remember those days, you’ll think so. Parking your car, grabbing popcorn from food stands, hooking up your speaker and watching a movie under the night sky is just truly unmatched by today’s movie theaters.
But a company in Nashville is preparing to let you do all that and a few extras, and it’s set to open late 2017.
August Moon is an indoor drive-in theater under a large dome. You park your car outside, then walk inside to find a 1960s-themed “drive-in” finished with chairs that look like vintage vehicles.
The theater’s architects went all out, including lots of small touches that truly make it feel like a good old drive-in. There are rock paths, real trees, fireflies, and even a projection of night time stars on the dome’s roof.
If you don’t feel like sitting in a vintage car, there is also normal seating, as well as private tree houses and there are also swings!
This grand project will cost more than 10 million dollars and will take up more than 40,000 square feet. It will also include the largest non-Imax screen in America! Isn’t that amazing?
As for the movies, August Moon intends to play both classic movies that you can’t see at any other movie theaters and new movie releases.