SCOTTSBLUFF/GERING, Neb. The Midwest Theater announces a free “Pop-Up Drive-Up” movie event on tonight starting at 7:30pm in the Legacy of the Plains Museum parking lot.
The 1985 family film “Goonies” will be projected on the side of a box truck for you to enjoy from the comfort of your vehicle while maintaining a safe social distance.
This historic throw-back to the days of the drive-in movie theater will be a little different.
The Midwest Theater worked with the Panhandle Public Health District to develop a few guidelines everyone will need to follow to care for our community during this fun event:
• There will be no bathroom facilities open on site. Please use the restroom before you arrive.
• You will need an FM radio to receive the movie sound inside your vehicle. Consider bringing a battery-powered portable radio to avoid running down your vehicle’s battery.
• Please do not come if you or a member of your family is sick.
• You will need to stay inside your vehicle at all times. For pickup trucks, you will need to remain inside the cab.
• Only attend as a family/group who all live together. Do not stop and pick up your friends/family or other people who don't live with you.
• Please wait for an attendant to help you park to ensure an optimal viewing experience for everyone. Larger vehicles will be parked towards the back and sides of the parking lot.
• There is a limit to the number of vehicles that will fit in the parking lot. Admission is first-come first-served until the parking lot is deemed full. If we fill up and have to turn people away, we will look at hosting another “Pop-Up Drive-Up” screening.
For patrons who have been missing Midwest Theater popcorn, you can pre-order Midwest Theater limited concessions online at MidwestTheater.com and have it delivered to your vehicle.
Orders must be placed before 4:00pm.
These concession sales will help support the Midwest Theater while they are on intermission status.
No concessions will be sold on site. Pre-orders only!
If you have questions, call the theater number (308) 632-4311.