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Summer Cinema in Washington Park

Although Cincinnati has two great open-air cinemas nearby – Starlite Drive-In and Holiday Auto Theater – many parks in Greater Cincinnati also offer film screenings for the family (and not exactly for the family). ) summer. Get complete information about future movies and dates that you can and can’t bring and what happens in case of rain on every site.

Night 513
This is a new pop-up and party with the movie 21+ that will appear at Sawyer Point this summer. The season begins with a show Breakfast club June 16 and will feature a pre-show DJ, local food trucks and craft beer. The films start at dusk, but the general entrance is 19:30.

Summer Cinema in Washington Park
Free films will be shown every Wednesday at the park’s stage from 21.00 A trap for parents The season starts on June 8. Food trucks will be parked on the spot, and benefits will be opened, as well as bars. Bring a chair or blanket to get your seat.

Summit Cinema in Summit Park
The audience voted for what movies they want to see starting with Sing 2 June 15. Additional screenings of films, including Space Jam and Honey, I cut the kids runs until August. Movies begin at dusk on the Big Lawn, admission is free.

Bright summer entertainment series in Colerain Park
The Colerain Park hosts free entertainment on Fridays from music to movies. Screening of films at dusk in the amphitheater with pre-event activities starting at 8:30 p.m. Sing 2 will be the first film of the season on June 3 and then Encanto June 17. Admission is free.

Movie nights in big parks
Swap your car for a rowing boat to watch a movie this summer in the various Great Lakes Parks of Hamilton County. There are three impressions left – Jungle cruise (June 3), Hairspray (July 8) and Ghostbusters: The afterlife (August 19). Movies begin at dusk. Register online in advance; the boat rental is $ 40.

Movies in the park in Fairfield

Family films take place in Village Green Park and Harbin Park. Encanto will begin June 2. Movies begin at 7 p.m., but food trucks and the Fairfield Fire Department will be on hand for fun before showing at 6 p.m.

Summer movie nights at the Freedom Center
Although the Liberty Center is a mall rather than a park, a series of free outdoor movies are being held in public this summer. Tuesday night at dusk is movie screens, and before the screening there is an entertainment program. The season begins with Encanto June 7 with additional films, including Dune and Jungle cruise throughout July.

Movie Night on the Dam
Another series of films in the mall. These film screenings take place at Levee’s Gallery on the last Thursday of the month. Catch Space Jam: A New Legacy June 30. Movies start at 6 p.m.

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