Drive-in theater The Field at Franklin to open July 24

The drive-in theater is slated to open July 24. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
The drive-in theater is slated to open July 24. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The drive-in theater is slated to open July 24. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The Field at Franklin, a drive-in theater located at 1810 Columbia Ave., Franklin, will open July 24, according to a social media post from the venue.

The theater will show the 1993 film "The Sandlot" as its first movie, with screenings on July 24, 25 and 26. Tickets are available through the venue website.




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By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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