TAMPA, Fla. - Over at Armature Works, the popular food hall is reviving a old-fashioned way to watch a movie, all while incorporating social distancing.
Starting Thursday, the Tampa food hall has teamed up with Rooftop Cinema Club to bring the drive-in theatre experience through Nov. 1.
Guests are able to view films projected onto a 52-foot screen. Downtown Tampa's skyline and Hillsborough River will be the scenic backdrop. The audio for the movie will broadcast through an FM radio station.
Tickets, which range between $22 and $34 -- price per vehicle, are available for purchase on the Rooftop Cinema Club's website.
Opening night was a showing of "Grease," followed by "Jurassic Park" and "Friday" with showtimes on Oct. 16.
Other upcoming movies include "Hocus Pocus," "Black Panther," and "Space Jam."
The company has also issued COVID-19 safety guidelines for those who wish to watch a movie at Armature Works. This includes wearing a mask when exiting a vehicle. Their safety rules can be viewed here.