The summertime tradition of outdoor movie nights in the city of Philadelphia has returned thanks to Philadelphia Parks & Recreation! Bring popcorn, snacks, blanket and chairs and visit a participating park, recreation center or playground near you.
The 12-screening series is free to interested film fans of all ages and runs from July through September.
You can enjoy movie nights at local outdoor Philly locations such as FDR Park, Thomas Mitchell Playground, Roosevelt Playground and DiSilvestro Playground.
This year’s series will feature fan-favorite and family-friendly films including Black Panther, Hotel Transylvania, Men in Black and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
The first screening this summer was Spider-Man: Far From Home on July 8 at FDR Park, but there’s plenty more to see. Next up is The Croods: A New Age on Wednesday, July 13 at 8:45 p.m. at the Thomas Mitchell Playground
You can see the full movie schedule, including pop-up cinema locations, here.
Need plans for the evening? Summer movie nights kick off tonight at FDR Park with Spider-Man: Far From Home. See the rest of the schedule here ⬇️ https://t.co/YDctc44fEN
— Philadelphia Parks & Recreation (@PhilaParkandRec) July 8, 2022
If you choose to watch a film, the films begin around dusk for each showing within the series. For the final screening, Sing, on September 16, the film begins at 7:22 p.m., so it won’t be that late for your family.
Cancellations due to rain are possible. Be sure to read the update schedule before heading out and popping your popcorn.