We are now open 7 nights a week
, However Friday May 29th there is a sold out Chris Kroeze Concert
at the Stardust Drive in Drive-In so there will be no movies
played that night. Since we have been doing well with our social
distancing here we are now allowed to have people bring their lawn
chairs and lay on blankets if they do it responsibly. However, you
need to take responsibility for your group, if you feel safer in
your vehicle then you should stay in it. If you cannot control
your group you will be asked to leave. We must set a good example
so that other similar business will be able to get open soon.
Starting Tuesday the 12th of
May we will be open 7 nights a week.
There are some
requirements that will be in affect that we do not have any say
First-- the playgrounds
and the train ride will not be open util the health department
gives their OK.
Second-- All cars must be 6 feet away from each other on the lot.
Third-- you have to stay within the confines of your vehicle
unless you are using the bathroom or going to and from the
concession stand. You cannot lay on our benches, walk or run
around, sit out in chairs or lay on a blanket on the grass until
such a time as the health department says it is OK to do so.
We understand that this
is not the way it was and is not the way we or you want it to be,
but it is the only way we can remain open. If you cannot accept it
this way then you should delay your visit to the Drive In until
those rules change.
This is will be the only
Theater showing movies during this week in Wisconsin, Minnesota,
Michigan and Iowa. We must set a good example so that other
similar business will be able to get open soon.
Gates open at 6:30 Movie
Start around 8:30 PM.
Remember we are all
trying to do our best to give you one night of what used to be