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'Drive-on' movie nights set for TD Place this week
Hundreds of workers will spend the final hours primping and polishing the stadium in time for the Ottawa REDBLACKS home opener on Friday, July 18, 2014.
OTTAWA -- Drive-on movie nights at TD Place sold out quickly.
Hours after announcing the field at TD Place will be transformed into a "drive-on" film experience for four nights this week, Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group announced tickets were sold out for the event.
Vehicles with a maximum of five occupants will be allowed to "drive-on" to the field at TD Place to watch a movie on the giant screen Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.
Less than 100 cars a night can drive onto the field to watch the movie. According to OSEG, moviegoers will be required to remain in their vehicles for the duration of the film to comply with public health guidelines in Ottawa and Ontario.
Lawn chairs, RVs and campers, as well as pets, are not permitted in the stadium. Food and drinks won't be sold on site, so you can bring your own snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.
The film schedule is:
Thursday: Remember the TItans
Friday: Pirates of the Caribbean
Saturday: Guardians of the Galaxy
Sunday: Star Wars Last Jedi
Tickets cost $30 per vehicle and are available at TDPlace.ca