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BREVARD MUSIC CENTER @ THE MOVIES DRIVE-IN EXPERIENCE

Ingles Markets

As soon as allowed by local authorities and the North Carolina Governor’s office, Brevard Music Center (BMC) will launch Brevard Music Center @ The Drive-In Movies — an exciting summer drive-in movie series brought to you by Ingles Markets Presenting Sponsor, on the Music Center campus. The eight-film series is made possible by BMC with lead sponsors, PLATTand the Transylvania County Library Foundation, and will begin mid to late May with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker as the first featured film in the series. The films will be presented on weekends at 9 PM on a big screen in the parking lot adjacent to BMC’s Whittington-Pfohl Auditorium (WPA) at 349 Andante Lane in Brevard.

Future movie titles and and on-sale dates for the weekly film series will be announced soon.

BMC is also collaborating with the following community partners for Brevard Music Center @ The Drive-In Movies series: The Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club of Transylvania County, Rise and Shine Freedom School, SAFE, Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas, Sharing House, Meals on Wheels, and Bread of Life. Volunteers from these participating non-profit organizations will be giving each car a free bag of popcorn and candy along with literature about their missions in the community. Brevard’s own Co-Ed Cinemais providing the popcorn, and Ingles Marketswill provide free candy to patrons.

Drive-in enthusiasts will enjoy featured movies on a 30-foot screen coordinated and constructed by PLATT.  Audio will occur via FM transmission to the moviegoer’s car radio. In order to minimize physical interactions, tickets can only be purchased ahead of time at brevardmusic.org and a limit of 80 cars per showing will be allowed.

Ticket prices for each movie are only $15 per car.  All tickets must be purchased in advance – up to 1 hour before show time – or by calling Virginia Carter at (828) 862-2130.  No tickets will be sold onsite at BMC, and there will be no box office access during any Brevard Music Center @ The Drive-In Movies film presentation. CLICK FOR MORE  INFORMATION

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