With many movie theaters still forced to stay closed due to public health risks, Walmart has partnered with Tribeca Enterprises to create 160 drive-in theaters out of their parking lots to be used from August to October.

Walmart announced via Twitter on Wednesday that they plan to work with Tribeca Enterprises to deliver a movie theater experience from customers' cars, including car-side concessions and the works. Screening in Walmart parking-lots-turned-drive-ins will begin in August and continue into October.

While the Walmart drive-ins look to deliver the drive-in experience to several places locally, this is also just the continuation of a much larger drive-in series that Tribeca has prepared to start. According to Hollywood Reporterevery Thursday and Sunday, starting today until August 2, Tribeca will be screening classic films in venues like the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena; Nickerson Beach in Nassau County, New York; and Orchard Beach in the Bronx.

“At Tribeca’s core, we aim to bring people together through the arts to send a signal of unity and resiliency to the world during challenging times,” co-founder and CEO of Tribeca Enterprises and Tribeca Film Festival Jane Rosenthal said in a statement. “As an immediate and safe solution, we’re excited to bring new and classic works from filmmakers, creators, and artists to communities across the country through the Tribeca Drive-In series. As the nation begins to emerge from months of quarantine, we look forward to movie theaters reopening and hope that the Drive-In serves as a reminder of the magic of the moviegoing experience.”