AMC reveals Fitchburg 18 opening day, and it’s soon
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Movie lovers won’t have to wait long to head to Fitchburg 18. The new owners of the theater, AMC, revealed its opening date Thursday, saying projectors will start rolling the very next day, on June 4.
The company had previously stated the theaters, in the 6000 block of McKee Road, would open sometime in June, but officials had not given a specific date. Formerly the New Vision Theatres, the building has been closed while the interior was being redecorated to fit AMC’s style.
Because AMC is not acquiring the old business, they will not have access to verify gift card values from New Vision and thus will not be accepting the company’s gift cards. However, AMC will accept New Vision vouchers or discount tickets that have the value printed on them.
AMC will also not refill New Vision popcorn buckets, but customers can buy an AMC refillable bucket if they wish.
Movie-goers can purchase their tickets on AMC Theatres’ website and mobile app.
There are also AMC Theatre’s locations in Madison, Johnson Creek and Baraboo.
Quick note: according to the AMC website, Fitchburg 18 will open showing:
- A Quiet Place, Part II
- The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
- Spirit Untamed
- Raya and the Last Dragon
- Wrath of Man
- Spiral: SAW
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