Vox Cinemas in Lebanon announced on the 2nd of July that their theaters will be reopening on that same day.
The movie theater in Beirut will be taking the necessary precautions to make sure that their customers will have a comfortable and safe experience.
They announced the news via an online post that said: “We’re excited to announce that we’ll be reopening our doors TODAY in compliance with government regulations.”
According to the post, tickets are now on sale for Vox Cinemas in Beirut.
“Your health and safety always come first. Rest assured that we will continue to follow the strictest hygiene procedures, along with some enhanced measures to ensure you have a comfortable moviegoing experience,” the managed assured.
Vox Cinemas is owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim Cinemas with 15 screens in Lebanon among its 201 screens across the MENA region.
According to its website, the company is undergoing a $326 million investment to expand to 300 screens by 2020, and some $517 million to develop 600 screens in Saudi Arabia by 2023.
Movies coming up on their screens in Lebanon, as listed on their website, include Tenet, Mulan, Part II of the movie A Quiet Place, The King’s Man, Wonder Woman 1984, The Nest, To Gun: Maverik, and Free Guy.
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