It’s been temporarily closed since October, but the movies will be starting up again in less than two weeks at Springfield’s Alamo Drafthouse Cinema.
The theater will re-open its doors on Wednesday, April 28th and will screen new films such as
“Demon Slayer: The Movie” and “Street Gang.”
You’ll also be able to watch contemporary classics on the big screen, such as the “Lord of the Rings” and “Dazed and Confused,” along with family friendly flicks like “Hotel Transylvania Cereal Party.”
The managing partner of Springfield Ventures, Marc Evans, says in a news release “we have missed the Springfield community tremendously, and we’re looking forward to getting back to what we love to do, bringing guests the best film, food and drinks all in one seat.”
Movie-goers will sill be asked to maintain six feet of physical distancing and be required to wear a mask unless they’re eating or drinking.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema will be opening with a reduced menu, focused on Alamo favorites.