Is Coburg drive-in closing down?

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Is Coburg drive-in closing down?

“We can confirm that the Coburg drive-in will remain a cinema destination for at least the next 10 years, as Village Cinemas will continue to lease the property back from the new owners,” the company said in a statement.

How much does Coburg Drive-in cost?

Tickets are $35 per car load (max five people), otherwise, it’s $20 per adult or $15 per student, senior, concession or child. If you have a Village Cinemas rewards card, you can score $25 carload passes. Kids under 11 get in free.

How does the Coburg Drive-in work?

Coburg’s 1950s style diner / drive-in cinema, with space for 900 cars. Children under age 12 are admitted free of charge. – You can sit in the front seats, or face the back of your car to the screen if you have a station wagon and chill in the back, or pull up some fold out chairs and sit outside the car.

How much is Village Cinemas popcorn?

Village Cinemas Food & Popcorn Prices

Menu Item Price
Small Popcorn $8.50
Regular Popcorn $9.50
Large Popcorn $10.50
Gourmet Popcorn $9.00

How do you listen to drive-in movies?

How to listen to movies at a drive-in. Most drive-in movie theaters use FM radio to play the sound. Each screen has its own frequency and you tune your own radio to that station to listen.

How do drive thru movies work?

Drive-in movie theaters, an entertainment staple from the late 1950s to the early ’80s, are exactly what they sound like: a large outdoor screen visible from the comfort of your own car, using a radio frequency or external speaker to hear the audio.

How do the drive ins work?

How do I listen to Coburg drive-in?

How do I listen to the sound? When you arrive, set your radio frequency to 95.9FM, the channel used for films playing on Screen 3. This information will also be available at the screening.

Does accessory mode drain battery?

Turning the key to the “accessory” position doesn’t actually draw any electricity from the battery. It simply allows you to draw a limited amount of electricity to run certain accessories, like the radio, the power windows and the interior lights. And that would certainly be enough to kill the battery in 48 hours.

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