The health crisis has led to a rebirth of retro trends in Quebec. The Royalmount, Montreal's massive new drive-in theatre, is the largest and maybe most exciting example. The 250-car venue opens for the season on June 21 and revealed its first movie selection on Tuesday.\nOpening night leans into those retro vibes with a screening of the 1984 original Footloose.\nIt's followed by Mission Impossible: Fallout on June 22; Catch Me If You Can on June 23; a special Saint Jean-Baptiste celebration on June 25; Gemini Man on June 27; Star Trek Beyond on June 29; and Zoolander on June 30.\nThe Fête National event, "United in Diversity," aims to "celebrate [...] all dimensions of the diversity of Quebeckers" with a lineup of "comedians, singers, dancers et DJ's of all origins."\nWith a 30-foot stage and 50-foot LED screen, the Royalmount is a fully convertible venue able to host everything from classic drive-in movie nights to special events and shows.\nThe whole idea is to give Montrealers some summer fun with social distancing in mind.\nWindow service, for example, will allow guests to order food without leaving their cars.\nThe food and concessions options listed on the Royalmount website include Lucille's Oyster Drive, which specializes in seafood as well as burgers and ribs, and Java U, in addition to "assorted movie theatre classics."\nView this post on Instagram See you on June 21st Montreal #driveinmovie #driveintogetout #summervibes #montreal A post shared by Royalmount Drive-In Theatre (@driveinmtl) on Jun 12, 2020 at 8:43pm PDT\nOther features designed to minimize contact between people are "individual bathroom trailers [that] will be maintained with a team to disinfect after each use" and "premium audio [...] broadcast to each car though their own sound system."\n(Organizers have promised, by the way, "simultaneously bilingual" programming.)\n"Predetermined safe zones" will also enable visitors to "tailgate" outside their cars while staying away from other people.\nView this post on Instagram Summer in @montreal just got a whole lot more interesting. We will be launching our programming plan over the next couple weeks. Expect live music, comedy, private and corporate events and plenty of unique theme nights. #driveintogetout #driveinmtl A post shared by Royalmount Drive-In Theatre (@driveinmtl) on May 30, 2020 at 4:47am PDT\n"Access to events at the Royalmount Drive-In Theatre will finally give Montrealers a chance to offer themselves an hour or two of respite from the mental and physical fatigue of living with the daily threat of the coronavirus," C3 Events and Total Events, the companies behind the initiative, wrote in a press release announcing its opening.\nView this post on Instagram Birthday events will never be the same! Full buyouts and /or reserved areas available !! 250 cars, DJs , your choice of movies or live entertainment #montreal #events #covidbirthday #party #drivein #driveintogetout A post shared by Royalmount Drive-In Theatre (@driveinmtl) on Jun 8, 2020 at 7:55pm PDT\nThe admission price per vehicle for the movie screenings if $40. Admission to "United in Diversity" is determined by donation.\nTickets are available on the Royalmount website.\nYou can find the theatre at the intersection of Décarie and Highway 40.\nWe can't wait to see what else the theatre has in store this summer!\nThis article's cover image is used for illustrative purposes only.