NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — UPDATE APRIL 24: The drive-In movie theater in North Las Vegas has announced on its social media pages that it has been asked to temporarily close amid the pandemic, after being cleared for a reopening Thursday night.
The Las Vegas Drive-In in North Las Vegas has announced that it is reopening Thursday night.
According to their Facebook page, they will be operating under strict rules.
Those rules include:
- The drive-in is accessible only to those in vehicles--for movies and A/V presentations only (e.g., worship services).
- Vehicles are spaced at least 10 feet apart (every other parking space).
- No one may leave their vehicle except to visit the restroom.
- Access to the restroom is limited to 1 person (plus a minor child or a disabled companion) at a time. Restrooms are sanitized every 30 minutes.
- The snack bar and entertainment areas are closed.
- Social distancing signage is in place, and all of these restrictions are provided to drive-in customers upon entry.
- Staffing is kept to a minimum; they oversee vehicle entry and ensure the above rules are followed or else a vehicle is told to leave.
The drive-in is owned by West Wind Theaters, which has multiple locations.
Showtimes can be found at www.westwinddi.com.