Hundreds of honks for every run at Dodgers' drive-in
LOS ANGELES - Hundreds of honks for every run at the Dodgers' drive-in as fans in 1,000 vehicles cheer on the boys in blue in Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night.
The team decided to turn Elysian Park at Dodger Stadium into a drive-in movie theater a couple of weeks ago so fans could enjoy the post-season together safely.
Each ticket to the drive-in costs $75 with a limit of 1,000 vehicles and the event for all seven (if necessary) games are already sold-out.
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Fans are allowed to watch the game from inside their vehicle or on the bed of a truck but they can’t walk around unless going to the restroom and must be masked up.
No concessions but people are permitted to bring their own non-alcoholic beverages and food.
The gates to the event open an hour and a half before each game starts and vehicles can park on either side of two 60-foot movie screens to cheer them on.
Let’s go Dodgers!
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