Grateful Useless legend Bob Weir doesn’t have everything to do with a new push-in film theater slated to debut in New Castle County.

But a different gentleman named Bob Weir, previous proprietor of the Theatre N at Nemours in Wilmington and no marriage to the rock icon, is at the rear of this nostalgic job.

The new drive-in, planned to be located guiding Lowe’s Home Enhancement at 1061 E. Songsmith Drive in Bear, may well start offering tickets by the conclusion of July, Weir told The News Journal/Delaware On-line.

Whilst travel-in motion picture-style pop ups have been trending in Delaware and elsewhere through the pandemic, Weir would enjoy to see his task turn out to be the state’s only lasting drive-in theater.  

The future site of the Bear Drive-In is set to bring a new source of excitement to the area when it debuts in less than a month.

The twin-display screen push-in theater, he claimed, will be the 1st at any time in Bear. The venue will feature to start with-operate videos.

“If it’s new, extra than most likely we’ll exhibit it,” explained Weir, previously of Stanton, who relocated to Honest Hill, Maryland, past year.    

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New Castle County Executive Matthew Meyer is by now revved up for the new company.