HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - The nostalgic drive-in movie theaters are slowly returning across the country as social distancing becomes a new norm due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In Hawaii, organizers are taking it a step further by holding drive-in screenings while helping struggling businesses.
The first showing on Wednesday night will be a small screening in Kailua, limited to 16 cars.
Organizers will transform Pali Lanes into a movie theater. All proceeds will go towards the bowling alley, which has been a fixture in Kailua since the 1960s.
They plan on expanding after the Wednesday showing.
This week’s movie will be the comedy “Dodgeball.”