Sitting in a basic automotive whereas watching a film underneath a simulated starry sky does not sound so dangerous, and it is precisely what August Moon is planning.
Right here’s some nostalgia with a dose of modernism for you — a drive-in movie show by which you (fake to) drive … indoors. Meet the August Moon Drive-In, a brand new moviegoing expertise that desires to recreate the previous whereas embracing the longer term. Set to open subsequent yr in Nashville, the behemoth of a construction will value greater than $10 million and can embody a powerful forty,000 sq. ft. And whereas a roof will shield you from the weather, you’ll be able to nonetheless fake to be one with nature because of the air-supported dome that sports activities a simulated starry sky.
You’ll drive to the August Moon, definitely, however you’ll depart your actual automotive outdoors and hop in a basic iteration when you’re inside the partitions of the August Moon. Basic automobiles shall be modified to function seating, and earlier than you get too snug, you’ll be able to seize some meals (and drink) service. In one other nod to occasions previous, the meals served right here will give attention to staples like burgers and milkshakes, so in the event you’re in search of molecular gastronomy, you’ll have to go elsewhere.
The actual attraction, nevertheless, would be the big film display, which is predicted to be the most important non-IMAX display in all of North America. Director and leisure guru Michael Counts is behind the formidable challenge, and although he’s based mostly in New York, he says Nashville is the right place for the theater.
“We assume that Nashville is a superb location for it and the idea actually matches what Nashville represents,” he informed The Tenneseean, noting that WalletHub as soon as branded Nashville probably the most “American” of U.S. metro areas.