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Frozen II

June 3

Little Women (2019)

June 10

Thor: Ragnarok

June 17

9 to 5

June 24

Rained Out

SUMMER'S BEST FREE FUN!

Celebrating our 27th season, Movies in the Park is recognized as one of Nashville's best annual events! Brought to the city by the Nashville Scene, with support of the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, Movies in the Park provides a fun-filled FREE event every Thursday evening of June, at Elmington Park.

The festivities kick off at 5pm with food truck vendors, games, and giveaways from our sponsors. Movies begin at sundown, typically around 8pm, and we are happy to have the Nashville Film Festival as our production partner again this year!  

Movies in the Park is a free-to-attend event. In case it rains, we have a scheduled a reshowing on June 30th.   

 

Get ready to bring the family for games, delicious fare from food trucks, contests, and awesome flicks with the Nashville Scene!

Location, Parking and Info

 

5pm - Fun Starts

Sundown - Movie Starts

Elmington Park

3531 West End Avenue

Nashville, TN 37205

Parking

is available at Blakemore United Methodist Church, Congregation Sherith Israel,

West End Church of Christ OR street parking. Please be mindful of nearby residents and DO NOT block any driveways or you will be towed.

 
 

Sponsored by:

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Come Hungry For: 

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In Partnership With:

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Interested in sponsoring or partnering on the

Nashville Scene's 27th Annual

Movies in the Park? 

Email events@nashvillescene.com or call 615-744-3362

 

FAQs

Q: How much does it cost?
A: It's free!


Q: Can I bring a chair?
A: Yes, but please sit only in the area designated for chairs. 


Q: Can I bring my kids?
A: Yes, Movies in the Park is a family-friendly event! All movies are PG-13 or under, but we encourage you to use your own discretion when deciding if the movie of the week is appropiate for your family. We hope to see the whole family out!

Q: Can I bring my dog?
A: Yes! Pets are welcome, but they must be on a leash at all times. Be considerate and pick up any doggie leftovers. Dog cages and/or pens are not allowed.

Q: Can I set up a tent? 
A: No- only sponsors are allowed to have any type of set up at Movies in the Park. Guests tents, shade tents or any other large set up beyond blankets and chairs is not allowed.

Q: What safety protocols will be in place? 
A: Per the Metro Public Health Department, outdoor events do not currently have a capacity limit. However in order to create a safe environment for all attendees, we ask that you maintain social distancing as often as possible and leave plenty of space between you and other groups when selecting your seat in the park. 

Q: Will food be available for purchase?

A: We will have food and drink vendors to choose from on-site. Be sure to bring cash as not all vendors will be able to accept credit/debit cards. 

Q: Can I bring alcohol?
A: No. Alcohol is not permitted in the parks. Anyone found with alcohol will be removed by park police.

Q: It's storming! What now?
A: Follow us on Facebook at Nashville Scene's Movies in the Park for the most up-to-date info. Our reserved rain date will be announced if we have to cancel any of the showings

Q: Is there an official Movies in the Park hashtag?
A: There is. Tag your Facebook, Instagram and Twitter photos with #MIP21 and @NashvilleScene to be featured!

 

Q: What time should I arrive? 
A: Food trucks, games, sponsor giveaways, activities and the fun starts around 5pm. Our film will start at sundown (typically 8:00 in June) but come early to snag a spot, grab some food and get ready for a show under the stars. 

Q: Do I have to wear a mask? 
A: There is currently not a mask mandate in Davidson County. However, masks are still recommended when in large crowds and you are not able to be socially distant. We kindly ask that if you're in close proximity when ordering food from our vendors, interacting with our sponsors or other attendees you maintain a safe distance or wear a mask. 

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