More movie theaters reopen in New Mexico

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Four more movie theaters are reopening in Santa Fe and Albuquerque Friday, May 21.

The pandemic kept movie theaters in the state closed for more than a year.

Now, Regal is planning for 33% capacity indoors at their five locations, since both Bernalillo and Santa Fe counties are in the Turquoise level.

Masks will be still be required at Regal theaters.

  • Regal Santa Fe Place (4250 Cerrillos)
  • Regal UA Cottonwood (10000 NW Coors)
  • Regal UA High Ridge (12921 Indian School)
  • Regal Winrock IMAX & RPX (2100 Louisiana)

Regal’s Santa Fe theater on Zafarano was also scheduled to reopen, but that has been postponed. Officials said it was due to unforeseen circumstances and they are still planning to open in the coming days.

Century Rio 24 was the first movie theater to reopen in the state on May 1. Downtown’s Century 14 theater also reopened last Friday.