A sure sign summer is winding down around Flint is a change in hours at the area's only drive-in movie theater.

In case you haven't been to a drive-in movie in a long time, we are not talking about the abandoned Miracle Twin Drive-In Theater on Court Street in Burton, either.

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US-23 Digital Drive-in Theater

This week the theater announced updated hours as summer draws to a close. Starting Labor Day, they'll only be open Friday & Saturday evenings for September. Right now, they're not sure about October. Fingers crossed for decent fall weather.

Gates will continue to open at 7:30pm with movies beginning at 8:45pm or so.

You can't go wrong with a Double Feature of Ninja Turtles and Spider Man, or the new Equalizer 3 & Grand Turismo. Another option is Blue Beetle & The Meg 2. You'll want to check the schedule as the season progresses.

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How much for tickets at US-23 Digital Drive-In Theater?

Ticket prices are the same as they have been all season according to their website.

  • Adults $11.00
  • Children (3-12) $7.00
  • Children under 2, free

In case you didn't know, US-23 Digital Drive-In Theater allows you to bring lawn chairs for viewing next to your vehicle. They'll even let you rent a radio to get sound, so you don't have to waste gas trying not to let your car battery die.

We're lucky to have a drive-in theater in Genesee County. It's one of only nine remaining in Michigan.

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