You’re Invited to FREEDOM: An Immersive Passover Drive Through Experience

Friendship Circle invites you to come taste freedom in preparation for Passover with this one-of-a-kind experience — based on the story of Exodus! This drive-through adventure presents special effects, live actors and interactive elements throughout for kids and families. Click to purchase tickets.

Chabad Lubavitch of Michigan is taking you back in time to ancient Egypt to encounter what our Jewish Ancestors did so many years ago. Celebrate the journey that led to freedom and the holiday of Passover. Meet Moses and King Pharaoh, see the plagues, feel the miracles and get ready to taste freedom! 

FREEDOM — An Immersive Drive Through Experience will take place at 4000 Town Center in Southfield March 21-23.

This unique event was created by Rabbi JJ Duchman, who previously put on MACCABEES: A Chanukah Drive Through Experience in Downtown Los Angeles last year. Duchman’s drive-through experiences allow viewers to actively engage in the stories from the comfort and safety of their vehicle. Families driving through will be transported INTO the story with passengers front and center for each and every scene.

Families only need to purchase one ticket per vehicle, valid for up to eight people. The show is 30 minutes long and guests will choose a time slot to attend. Tickets will be honored for up to 30 minutes after the time slot begins. 

Every part of this drive-through event was designed with safety in mind. Attendees can participate in each part of the experience, from the drive-through to the photo op, from inside their vehicle. Masks are required for passengers who choose to roll down their windows at any point.  

Reserve your tickets today.

For media inquiries, please contact Melanie Barnett at [email protected].

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