Drive-in movies come to Mount Dora this week, starting Thursday

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PHOTO COURTESY EPIC THEATRES OF MOUNT DORA/FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Epic Theatres of Mount Dora/Facebook

"You're gonna need a bigger … car."

Word comes via Mount Dora Buzz that the drive-in movie trend is arriving in Mount Dora this very week. Epic Theatres at Mount Dora is launching a drive-in movie series in their parking lot that focuses heavily on classic titles. Mount Dora's Epic now joins movie theaters in Clermont and West Volusia that have already started their own drive-in screenings.



It all starts tonight, Thursday, May 21, with a double feature of Jaws and Back to the Future.

Jaws - PHOTO COURTESY UNIVERSAL PICTURES
  • Photo courtesy Universal Pictures
  • Jaws

Tickets are $20 per car (per movie) and there will be an open concession stand. Showtimes and ticketing information can be purchased here.

Check the Epic Theatres of Mount Dora Facebook page and website for more screening information.
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