SM Cinema drive in launched at SM City Pampanga

SM Cinema recently launched a new way of watching movies while practicing IATF safety protocols with its Drive-In Movies at Sundown at the SM City Pampanga Amphitheater.

SM CINEMA DRIVE IN AT SM CITY PAMPANGA. Young couple Kyle Decampong and Nina Malveda travelled all the way from Metro Manila to experience SM Cinema’s Drive-In Movies at Sundown at the SM City Pampanga Amphitheater. Movie enthusiasts can simply visit to book and buy tickets.
Its opening film Peninsula, the much-awaited sequel to the 2016 hit Korean zombie movie “Train to Busan”, was shown on a 20 meter by 8 meters larger than life outdoor screen and raised 5 feet above the ground to ensure guests have an optimal viewing experience.

Photo shows customers watching the film from their parked cars with the Pampanga Eye, the country’s tallest and biggest Ferris wheel in the background.

Topics: SM Cinema , SM City Pampanga , Pampanga Eye , IATF safety protocols , Drive-In Movies at Sundown
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