The Las Vegas valley water park Wet'n'Wild says it will show a variety of movies this summer, assuming water parks can stay open.
Under Gov. Steve Sisolak's mandate, anyone who visits a water park should wear a mask when they are not in the pool and maintain recommended social distancing standards.
During the most recent OSHA audit, eight pools in the state were observed with a 75% compliance rate, and one water park was observed and reported "non-compliant." OSHA did not specify which park was observed.
Gov. Sisolak has not announced the closure of water parks for now but has alluded to the possibility. During his announcement that bars will return to Phase 1, he strongly urged people at public pools to follow the state's directive to wear face coverings.
For those who want to attend the screenings, Wet’n’Wild recommends bringing towels and blankets for open seating, with movies starting at 8 p.m.
Dive-In Movies Series:
July 17 – “The Lego Movie: The Second Part” (PG)
July 18 – “Aladdin” (PG)
July 24 – Christmas in July: “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (PG)
July 25 – Christmas in July: “Elf” (PG)
July 31 – “The Meg" (PG-13)
Aug. 1 – “The Little Mermaid” (G)
Aug. 8 – “Coco” (PG)
The facility plans to remain open through the end of September.
It is located at 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, near the 215 Beltway and Sunset Road.
For ticket information, visit wetnwildlasvegas.com.