Walmart made national news in July when the big box chain announced it was converting its parking lots into drive-in movie theaters. A few weeks later, Walmart announced its drive-in locations and what movies it would be playing

Utah’s Walmart Drive-in screenings start next week. Here’s what movies are playing where, according to the Walmart Drive-in website. All screenings begin at 7:30 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time.

Currently, tickets to all of Utah’s screenings are sold out through Walmart’s website, but registration may reopen. Tickets may also be available through secondary vendors.

  • Syracuse: “Wonder Woman” (Aug. 25), “Teen Titans GO! To The Movies” (Aug. 26); 2228 W. 1700 South, Syracuse
  • American Fork: “Beetlejuice” (Aug. 28), “Wonder Woman” (Aug. 29); 949 W. Grassland Dr., American Fork
  • Lindon: “The Karate Kid” (Sept. 1), “Teen Titans GO! To The Movies” (Sept. 2); 585 N. State St., Lindon
  • Springville: “Beetlejuice” (Sept. 4), “Wonder Woman” (Sept. 5); 660 S. 1750 West, Springville
  • Payson: “Space Jam” (Sept. 8), “The Karate Kid” (Sept. 9); 1052 Turf Farm Rd., Payson

Gates open 90 minutes before showtime. No late entry allowed.

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Additional instructions:

  • One ticket required per vehicle.
  • Tickets are free, but must be requested in advance.
  • Tickets won’t be available at the gate.
  • A mask is required when outside your vehicle.
  • No alcohol is allowed.
  • An FM radio is required for audio.
  • Vehicles are allowed to contain as many people as there are available seatbelts.