Drive-in in New Mexico offering vintage feel amid COVID-19

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Drive-in in New Mexico offering vintage feel amid COVID-19

An audience watches the movie “Fantasy Island” from their cars on July 3 at the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, the only drive-in movie theater remaining in New Mexico.
June Martinez, who runs the concession stands at the Fort Union Drive-In, gets things ready before the start of a double feature on July 3.
Movie-goers at the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, N.M., head to the concession stand and restroom during the showing of the film “Fantasy Island” on July 3.
Deeandra Lujan, 18, prepares popcorn for customers at the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, N.M on July 3.
Jake Cordova, manager and co-owner of the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, N.M., holds his son, Hunter, in the drive-in’s projector room on July 3.

Drive-in in New Mexico offering vintage feel amid COVID-19

An audience watches the movie “Fantasy Island” from their cars on July 3 at the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, the only drive-in movie theater remaining in New Mexico.
June Martinez, who runs the concession stands at the Fort Union Drive-In, gets things ready before the start of a double feature on July 3.
Movie-goers at the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, N.M., head to the concession stand and restroom during the showing of the film “Fantasy Island” on July 3.
Deeandra Lujan, 18, prepares popcorn for customers at the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, N.M on July 3.
Jake Cordova, manager and co-owner of the Fort Union Drive-In in Las Vegas, N.M., holds his son, Hunter, in the drive-in’s projector room on July 3.