Washington Park Announces Movie Lineup Free Summer Cinema Series

Catch free flicks Wednesdays this summer, including Legally Blonde, Indiana Jones and Black Panther.

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Summer Cinema at Washington Park

Can't make it to the drive-in? Head to Washington Park for a similar cinematic experience under the stars.

The park's popular Summer Cinema series is back, starting June 8. Films will be screened every Wednesday at the park's bandstand beginning at 9 p.m. Food trucks will be parked onsite and concessions — aka the bar — will be open (The park notes that if you bring in your own alcohol, you may be ticketed for an open container and that bags and coolers are subject to search).

Bring a lawn chair or a blanket to claim your spot for a free, family-friendly movie.

Here is the current lineup:
  • June 8: Parent Trap
  • June 15: Crooklyn
  • June 22: Legally Blonde
    June 29: FCC pre-match party (no movie)
  • July 6: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
    July 13: FCC pre-match party (no movie)
  • July 20: Sing-a-Long: Lion King
  • July 27: Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Aug. 3: Inside Out
  • Aug. 10: Dunkin' Dog Movie Night: Cruella
  • Aug. 17: Good Burger
  • Aug. 24: Wizard of Oz
  • Aug. 31: Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  • Sept. 7: Remember the Titans
  • Sept. 14: 10 Things I Hate About You
  • Sept. 21: Encanto
  • Sept. 28: Black Panther
Washington Park is located at 1230 Elm St., Over-the-Rhine. Get full details at washingtonpark.org.

*A previous version of this story had listed 2021's film dates. This has been corrected to reflect the current 2022 series.

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