Premiere Cinemas to reopen auditoriums, attractions in Tomball, Galveston, Pearland

According to the Premiere Cinemas website, guests can expect to wear masks at all times when not eating; to maintain social distance; and to use credit, debit or Premiere Gift Cards to minimize cash exchange during purchases. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
According to the Premiere Cinemas website, guests can expect to wear masks at all times when not eating; to maintain social distance; and to use credit, debit or Premiere Gift Cards to minimize cash exchange during purchases. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

According to the Premiere Cinemas website, guests can expect to wear masks at all times when not eating; to maintain social distance; and to use credit, debit or Premiere Gift Cards to minimize cash exchange during purchases. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Moviegoers will once again be able to attend theaters in person: Premiere Cinemas has announced reopening dates for select locations in Texas, including its theaters in Tomball, Galveston and Pearland.

According to the company's website, guests can expect to wear masks at all times when not eating; to maintain social distancing; and to use credit, debit or Premiere Gift Cards to minimize cash exchanges during purchases. Cash-exchange kiosks will be located onsite to transfer cash to a gift card to be used at the cinema, the website reads.


The Tomball location will reopen Aug. 21, and the Galveston and Pearland locations are slated to reopen Aug. 28. In addition to auditoriums, the cinema's bowling, arcade and concession stand amenities will also be available at a limited capacity for guests. www.pccmovies.com



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