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Start your engines! Coyote Drive-In announces reopening in June

May 20, 2020

The exhibitor has announced its return to activities in Mexico City on June 3, 2020, particularly at Insurgentes Sur headquarters.

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Start your engines! Coyote Drive-In announces reopening in June
Start your engines! Coyote Drive-In announces reopening in June

This story originally appeared on Mexico Unknown

Time to start engines and experience new cinematic adventures! Autocinema Coyote has announced his return to activities for June 3, 2020 in Mexico City, especially at the headquarters of Insurgentes Sur. Check below for the hygiene measures the franchise company will be working with to prevent COVID-19 infections.

According to an official statement, the Insurgentes Sur rwill change to its usual schedule from Wednesday to Sunday, comply with the following additions to its regulations:

  • There is no ticket sale at the box office, only online. Proof of purchase must be presented at the entrance without lowering the vehicle’s windows.
  • The cafeteria only offers direct service to the customer’s car. It is strongly recommended not to stay for any reason.
  • Only one person may enter the toilets at a time. The responsible use of antibacterial soap and gel is emphasized.
  • The instructions of the staff must be followed at all times.
  • The spectators must wear face masks without exception.

Tickets can be bought ONLINE from this Wednesday, May 20, via the website www.autocinemacoyote.com.

The first features of Autocinema Coyote are scheduled for June 3rd. The monthly billboard has not yet been released.

The address of the headquarters to be reopened is located at 1729 Avenida Insurgentes Sur, Colonia Guadalupe Inn.

So far, there is nothing new in the Polanco branch.

A few weeks ago, the same franchise had the initiative to launch Azote Coyote, a series of projections for which large outdoor screens were attached to certain ceilings.