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Photo essay: The drive-in sees a resurgence throughout the world

10 days ago   |   By Fortune

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As movie theaters , concert venues , museums, and the majority of large event spaces remain mostly closed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, people are turning to a retro solution to continue experiencing arts and entertainment.
Drive-in movie theaters have made a comeback, but that's not all. People are attending drive-in concerts , watching sporting events via drive-in gatherings, and even going to drive-by art shows. Big retailers like Walmart...
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