The organisers of the Zuger Autokinos will be showing box office hits from 3 July, but will also revel in nostalgia.
One thing is clear: no one would have to rush home because of a violent thunderstorm at the first Zug drive-in cinema, which will take place from 3 July to 16 August on the Stierenmarkt (Bull Market) area,.
The workers are setting up the scaffolding for the screen.
A spokeswoman for Allianz Drive-In-Cinema, which organises cinema weeks for four or more wheels, estimates that there will be 150 to 200 cars on the Stierenmarkt area in Zug: i.e., it will be sold out.
The films will start after it becomes dark, and chance will plays the main role in the choice of place. The film program is only known for the first week. This offers current cinema hits such as "The Case of Richard Jewell" or "We". "Bohemian Rhapsody" is also a good choice.
Cult films such as "The Big Lebowski" or "Grease" are eye-catchers from another millennium. "Grease" is known as "Schmiere" in German. These films should keep the cars coming.