The Miami Dolphins Open Socially Distanced Drive-In And Open-Air Theaters At Hard Rock Stadium

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The Miami Dolphins are getting creative with how they can use Hard Rock Stadium to entertain people while also practicing social distancing during the pandemic.

Over the summer the Dolphins will convert Hard Rock Stadium into an open-air and a drive-in theater that will be able to accommodate fans.

The global entertainment destination will now feature both an open-air and drive-in theater that will showcase select Miami Dolphins matchups from the team’s 54-year history, classic motion picture films, host commencement ceremonies and other events. The family friendly experiences will provide a unique environment while staying in accordance with social distance policies. The drive-in events will be held inside of Hard Rock Stadium and accommodate up to 230 cars, while the open-air theater can host small groups for an intimate viewing experience on the complex’s south plaza.

The Dolphins drive-in theater opened on Friday and videos show guests driving their cars directly onto the field inside Hard Rock Stadium and being able to watch movies from their vehicles.

The outdoor theater allows people to sit at a designated “tailgate space” outside their cars while remaining 6 feet away from others.

Tickets for the outdoor theater start at $17 per person, while those inside the stadium start at $39 per vehicle. All proceeds will go to the Miami Dolphins Foundation Food Relief Program.

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