With the goal of providing entertainment to the public amidst the coronavirus epidemic, a group of creators have organized a drive-in movie theater event for Aug. 29 ~ 30. While the need for social distancing has led to the cancellation of many events, this group thought to revive an old-fashioned American (yet new-to-Japan) way of enjoying movies. The group will screen “After School Midnighters (放課後ミッドナイターズ),” an international-award winning animation film made by a Fukuoka-based studio.
8/29 (Sat.) & 8/30 (Sun.)
Door open: 19:00, Screening: 20:00~22:00
Ticket: ¥4,000/ car (purchase from here: https://t.livepocket.jp/e/dit_fuk2020)
Maximum 40 cars per day
Contents: film screening + Tagawa-sourced food stalls
2559 Inokuni, Tagawa City, Fukuoka (Iikane-Palette)
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