ATHENS, Ga – Classic Entertainment presents a socially distanced movie series, sponsored by RW Allen. Join us for multiple nights of safe family fun! As the weather gets colder, we are moving the screenings indoors into The Classic Center Theatre with limited capacity and socially distanced seating. Just in time for the holidays, Home Alone is playing December 18. Kicking off 2021 with an enthusiastic bang, The Greatest Showman is playing January 29. Finally, Big is rounding off the series on February 26. Enjoy the experience of the cinema within the safety of our GBAC STARTM-certified facility.

Treat yourself to one movie or bring the whole family to see all three! Tickets go on sale Friday at ClassicCenter.com/Tickets. With discounted offerings for the series and multiple purchase options, you can select the package that is perfect for you:

Series Ticket (1 ticket to entire series) - $39.40

Single Show ticket - $15

Family 4 Pack to Single Show - $50 

Family 6 Pack to Single Show - $72

Family 4 Pack Combo (4 tickets to entire series) - $144.40

Family 6 Pack Combo (6 tickets to entire series) - $207.60

This year we're unveiling contactless mobile ticketing!

Buy online ahead of time and download your ticket directly to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay app. Simply show your mobile ticket confirmation when you arrive.

Visit our handy FAQ page at ClassicCenter.com/MobileTicketing if you have any questions about the mobile ticketing process, email BoxOffice@ClassicCenter.com, or call 706.208.0900.

Tickets are on sale Friday, November 13.

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