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ENTERTAINMENT. A car park with a capacity of 200 cars will be set up in the parking lot at Vallée-du-Parc station this summer. “This is a project that we had in our binders for more than a ye…

breaking news Vallée-du-Parc will revive the era of drive-ins last news

ENTERTAINMENT. A car park with a capacity of 200 cars will be set up in the parking lot at Vallée-du-Parc station this summer. “This is a project that we had in our binders for more than a ye…

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01 June 2020 - 23:15

ENTERTAINMENT. A car park with a capacity of 200 cars will be set up in the parking lot at Vallée-du-Parc station this summer. “This is a project that we had in our binders for more than a year, but that we have anticipated because of the current context,” explains Alain Beauparlant. The general manager of the ski resort stresses that the premature end of the season on March 15, the cancellation of all corporate events until the end of 2020 and the uncertainty related to the start of the next season asked him to react quickly to make the site profitable.“A ski resort in the North of Montreal launched one this spring and I thought we would go ahead too.” A projector will be installed near the new ski lift and will broadcast a film on a screen of almost 400 square feet near the main chalet.The drive-in theater will operate on the basis of one film per evening, two evenings per week (probably Tuesdays and Fridays) and the soundtrack will be broadcast on an FM frequency. “The idea is to offer unpretentious happiness, to deconfine people, to revive the era of the Laviolette drive-in park and to introduce this kind of cinema to the new generation”, underlines Alain Beauparlant.The managing director of Vallée-du-Parc has entrusted the technical aspect of the project to Productions Novel and is in contact with the distributor Audio Ciné Films for the selection of films. “I am not personally a big movie buff. So, I’m watching the programming component with Bryan Perreault, the director of Culture Shawinigan. ”Alain Beauparlant evaluates the option of offering a souvenir film, of the type Back to the future or AND. for example, and a more recent box office title. “If the temperature is there, we could have twenty performances between June 16 and August 31.”Obviously, all health regulations will be put and tickets will only be purchased online. We are talking about an entry price between $ 20 and $ 25 per vehicle, regardless of the number of occupants.

.If the public response is positive, the general manager of Vallée-du-Parc is not closing the door to the development of a larger drive-in in the medium term. “It would not be on the ski resort grounds, but we have other lots along the Chemin de la Vallée-du-Parc which have no residences nearby and which would lend themselves well to this kind of ‘attraction’, he ends. window.fbAsyncInit = function() { FB.init({ //appId : '721565697974270', xfbml : true, version : 'v2.5' }); }; (function(d, s, id){ var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) {return;} js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "https://connect.facebook.net/fr_CA/sdk.js"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));

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