Life 102.5 Holds Drive-In Movie Event

MADISON, Wis. – Aug. 24, 2020 – Life 102.5 in Madison held a Drive-In Movie event at the Madison Mallards’ baseball stadium on Friday evening. The movie showing was Jeremy Camp’s “I Still Believe” and just over 500 people showed up to get away from the mundane and spend some socially-distanced quality time together.

Due to COVID-19, the Mallards have transformed their stadium into a drive-in movie theater. Life 102.5 had the incredible opportunity to get in on one of those movie nights this past week and host two showings of the Christian hit movie “I Still Believe.” Tickets were almost half the regular price at only $25 per car with free popcorn included.

Dave Conour, the Program Director and Morning Show Co-Host of Life 102.5 says, “Especially during this time of COVID-19, it was so great to be able to see and interact with listeners face-to-face. And of course, it was a great movie! Jeremy Camp’s story is just so touching, and it’s really a wonderful picture of God’s love and grace.”

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