EVANSVILLE, Ind. — Imagine driving to Walmart, not to shop, but to watch a movie.
Walmart announced today that several cities in Indiana — Evansville, Hammond, Muncie, and Richmond — will feature one of the company’s new pop-up drive-in theaters.
Walmart partnered with Tribeca Enterprises to transform nearly two-hundred store parking lots across the country into drive-in movie theaters. Indiana was included in the list of 25 other states who will also get to showcase Walmart’s drive-in.
Hoosiers will be able to watch movies for free in the Walmart parking lot, but you must request tickets in advance.
Movies will begin playing on October 16th.
For more information, check out Walmart’s new theater website.