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Hard Rock Stadium is turning into a massive drive-in theater

No sports? No problem. The stadium will play films instead.

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil
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With sports and concerts still canceled for the foreseeable future, Hard Rock Stadium is getting creative with its massive space. Soon, the Dolphins’ home turf will be Miami’s newest drive-in theater. From movies and events (think commencement ceremonies) to old footage highlighting the NFL team’s 54-year history, fans can expect to see more than just films shown across numerous screens throughout the outdoor venue.  

According to the website, the complex’s south plaza will feature socially distant lounge seating for intimate viewing parties. Drive-in events will take place inside on the expansive field, which can accommodate up to 230 cars. Those worried about rain obstructing their views of the screens (of which there will be two), can rest assured—the stadium boasts a retractable roof. Like to snack while you watch? Food and drinks will be available for purchase online and delivered to your car.

Hard Rock hasn’t shared information on when the drive-in will open to the public, but interested parties can sign up on their website for the latest news. Though, if we had to guess what the first movie to premiere onscreen might be, our money’s on Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.

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