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VIP Night held at Royalmount Drive-in Event Theatre


A special media and VIP night was held on July 9 at the Royalmount Drive-In Event Theatre. Guests got the chance to experience a long lost summer tradition of watching a movie in the comfort of their own vehicle (with plenty of COVID-19 safety measures and social distancing).

The evening began with a live concert by local singer Shahara, a movie trivia quiz, followed by a screening of the hit 2000 movie Almost Famous starring Kate Hudson and Billy Crudup. Adam Bultz and Lorne Levitt, the duo who behind the creation of the venue, addressed the audience prior to the movie, stating that a schedule of live events have been booked at the Royalmount through this November.

Where is the Royalmount Drive-in Event Theatre ?

The theatre is located at the nexus of the Decarie Expressway and Highway 40, on the site of the future Royalmount complex, and is supported by Carbonleo Real Estate Inc., the company  that is behind the the development of the complex. During its period of operation, the Royalmount Drive-In Event Theatre will be an open space for a wide variety of events, such as movie nights, live music shows, comedy shows, specialty movie screenings, graduations, televised or live streamed sporting events, corporate events, product launching and other types of public events.

As well, the venue will follow the necessary health and security guidelines to ensure that all attendees will have a fun, safe experience. This will include window service for concessions, individual bathrooms with their own wash stations and a team of employees that will disinfect the facilities after each use, premium audio that will broadcast the sound into into each car’s own sound system, a 30-foot wide stage complete with sounds, lights and a giant LED screen,  a security team to direct guests in and out of the site as well as direct traffic flow within the event space, and space to accommodate up to 250 cars per event. It will also be available for rent to schools, companies, show promoters, private groups and charitable organizations as a prime event space.

For more information, go to www.driveinmtl.com.

By: Stuart Nulman – info@mtltimes.ca

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