Whether you’ve gotten into a quarantine routine or just need to switch things up, the Grand River Drive-In and The Backyard are ready to add some excitement to your weekends. Let’s take a trip to Birmingham’s newest hangout spot, shall we?
Adjacent Space presents a holiday drive-in captioned movie on December 13th at 6:00pm. All proceeds will directly benefit Adjacent Space’s mission to promote visual-tactile accessible and equitable spaces. This event is made possible and sponsored by Regions Bank and Sorenson.
First come first serve! Make sure to get there early to find the right spot! Gates will open at 5:00pm. Tickets to reserve your parking spot are $25 per vehicle which includes:
Your parking spot
Two complimentary bags of popcorn
Two movies (double feature)
6:00pm Polar Express
Concessions for purchase will be available including special pricing of extra popcorn for $1 each and $2 hot chocolate. For more information about the Grandriver Drive-In and its list of concession visit: https://www.grandriverdrive-in.com
If you are unable to attend and would like to donate a ticket, choose the “Drive-In Donation Ticket” or the “donate” option.
If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are refundable 30 days or more before the event.
In the case of severe weather, if Grand River Drive-In cancels the event, Adjacent Space will notify ticket holders and refund up to $21.90 (to cover Eventbrite fees) or the ticket holder will have the option to donate the ticket.
GRAND RIVER POLICIES
All guests must remain within their movie screen area (Screen Two to view either the movie “Polar Express” or “Elf”).
Grand River is not held liable for any properyy left on the premises after the event’s conclusion.
No smoking will be permitted in The Backyard area.
No outside food or drink will be allowed on the premises. Violation of this could result in the termination of the event which may mean that the ticket holder may be asked to leave without a refund.
Guests must be praciticing safe social distancing measures and wear a mask.
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