Miami Dolphins reveal plans to turn Hard Rock Stadium into a drive-in theater


With no sport to be played and social distancing rules still in place, the Miami Dolphins have come up with an interesting use for its Hard Rock Stadium by transforming it into a drive-in movie theater.

Plans for the 65,000-capacity stadium show an open-air theater that can accommodate up to 230 cars, all parked in rows on the protected playing surface and the use of its large-sized videoboards to show classic Miami Dolphins content as well as blockbuster movies.

With attendees staying in their cars, it will ensure it can provide an entertainment experience while staying in accordance with social distance policies. The drive-in events can also host small groups for a more intimate viewing experience on the complex’s south plaza.

It is understood food and beverages can be ordered via smartphones and will be delivered to vehicles.

Dates have yet to be released on when the first events will take place but those interested are able to sign-up via the Hard Rock Stadium website to receive updates.

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