Events

Every Outdoor Movie Playing in LA This Summer

There's something magical about watching a movie under the stars -- and here in LA, the list of outdoor entertainment options seems to get longer every summer. Screenings take place everywhere from Downtown LA rooftops to Beverly Hills hotel pools to the Hollywood Bowl, and range from charming neighborhood gatherings to cinematic bonanzas with live music, food trucks, and more. To help you keep track of every outdoor movie screening this summer, we've put them all together in this massive master calendar (which you should bookmark now, along with our overall LA summer events calendar). Don't see your favorite local screening? Hit us up in the comments section.

eat pray love
Columbia Pictures

Eat Pray Love

Tuesday, July 10
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. Reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

Scream

Tuesday, July 10
Rooftop Cinema Club, LEVEL, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

Memento

Wednesday, July 11
Rooftop Cinema Club, LEVEL, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

The NeverEnding Story

Wednesday, July 11
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, and a full bar; candy/snack boxes are also available. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Black Panther

Thursday, July 12
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge

There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

I, Tonya

Thursday, July 12
Skyline Sound & Cinema by Alamo Drafthouse, BLOC, Downtown

In addition to rooftop viewing, live musical performance, food vendors, multiple outdoor bars, there’s a bonus Q&A with Tonya Harding.
Cost: $20-35

E.T.

Thursday, July 12
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

 

lost boys
Warner Brothers

The Lost Boys

Friday, July 13
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown
Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

Labyrinth

Friday, July 13
Skirball Cultural Center, Sepulveda Pass

There’s actual seating available here, so don’t bother bringing a chair or blanket. Stay tuned for a sing-a-long and wine, beer, cocktails, and light fare available for purchase.
Cost: $12

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Friday, July 13
Eat|See|Hear, LA State Historic Park, Downtown

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Saturday, July 14
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

The Warriors

Saturday, July 14
Eat|See|Hear, LA State Historic Park, Downtown

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Romeo & Juliet

Saturday, July 14
Street Food Cinema, Brand Library Park, Glendale
This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

500 Days of Summer

Saturday, July 14
Street Food Cinema, Westdrift Golf Course, Manhattan Beach

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore, live music, and an MC and is dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

romeo and juliet
Bazmark Production

Romeo & Juliet

Monday, July 16
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 
The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Casablanca

Tuesday, July 17
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Tuesday, July 17
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy; Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu,featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

The Post

Tuesday, July 17
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown
Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

The Royal Tenenbaums

Wednesday, July 18
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

A Quiet Place

Wednesday, July 18
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 
The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Monsters, Inc.

Thursday, July 19
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge

There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

Mrs. Doubtfire

Thursday July 19
Silver Lake Picture Show, Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake
This screening is free, with no tickets required, and will include a pre-movie short film by a community filmmaker.
Cost: Free

The Devil Wears Prada

Thursday, July 19
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

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gaumont

Leon: The Professional

Friday, July 20
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

Jaws

Friday, July 20 and Saturday July 21
Hollywood Bowl
The live score is courtesy of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. You can BYOPicnic and food and drinks are available for purchase.
Cost: $14-156

Ocean’s Eleven

Saturday, July 21
Eat|See|Hear, Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Moulin Rouge

Saturday, July 21
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

Friday

Saturday, July 21
Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Watch from an open grassy field inside a cemetery with a DJ spinning before and after the movie, and outside beer and wine allowed.
Cost: $16

10 Things I Hate About You

Saturday, July 21
Street Food Cinema, Heritage Square Museum, Downtown

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore, live music, and an MC. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

The Princess Bride

Saturday, July 21
Street Food Cinema, Pan Pacific Park, Fairfax District

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and a DJ. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 

Tuesday, July 24
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

Stand by Me

Monday, July 23
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 
The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Bridesmaids

Tuesday, July 24
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Breakfast At Tiffany's
Paramount Pictures

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Tuesday, July 24
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

Pretty in Pink

Wednesday, July 25
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown
Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

IT!

Wednesday, July 25
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Dirty Dancing

Thursday, July 26
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Sister Act

Thursday, July 26
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Thursday, July 26
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge
There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

The Greatest Showman

Friday, July 27
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown
Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

The Graduate

Saturday, July 28
Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Watch from an open grassy field inside a cemetery with a DJ spinning before and after the movie, and outside beer and wine allowed.
Cost: $16

Blazing Saddles

Saturday, July 28
Eat|See|Hear, Autry Museum in Griffith Park

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Space Jam

Saturday, July 28
Street Food Cinema, Westdrift Golf Course, Manhattan Beach
This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore, live music, and an MC. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

la la land
Summit Entertainment

La La Land

Saturday, July 28
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages available.
Cost: $17-24

Kill Bill Vol. 1

Sunday, July 29
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 
The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Coco

Monday, July 30
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Indiana Jones & The Raiders of the Lost Ark

Tuesday, July 31
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Pulp Fiction

Tuesday, July 31
Rooftop Cinema Club, Downtown

Expect rooftop seating, valet parking available, deckchairs, double deckchair “love seats” for two, and bottomless popcorn packages.
Cost: $17-24

Grease

Tuesday, July 31
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

Ready, Player One

Wednesday, August 1
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Dumb & Dumber

Thursday, August 2
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Remember the Titans

Thursday, August 2
Silver Lake Picture Show, Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake

This screening is free, with no tickets required, and will include a pre-movie DJ and a short film by a community filmmaker.
Cost: Free

Hairspray

Thursday, August 2
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge

There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

The Mask

Saturday, August 4
Street Food Cinema, Victory Park, Pasadena

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days

Saturday, August 4
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Groundhog Day

Saturday, August 4
Eat|See|Hear, Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Mama Mia!

Saturday, August 4
Street Food Cinema, Poinsettia Rec Park, West Hollywood
This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and a DJ. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

The Matrix

Monday, August 6
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 
The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Labyrinth

Tuesday, August 7
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

coco
Walt Disney Pictures

Coco

Tuesday, August 7
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

Star Wars: A New Hope

Tuesday, August 7 and Friday, August 10
Hollywood Bowl
The live score is courtesy of the LA Phil. You can BYOPicnic and food and drinks are available for purchase.
Cost: $24-159

The Pink Panther

Wednesday, August 8
Hollywood Bowl
The live score is courtesy of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. You can BYOPicnic and food and drinks are available for purchase.
Cost: $9-121

Inception

Thursday, August 9
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Dirty Dancing

Thursday, August 9
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge
There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back

Friday, Thursday, August 9 and Saturday, August 11
Hollywood Bowl

The live score is courtesy of the LA Phil. You can BYOPicnic and food and drinks are available for purchase.
Cost: $24-74

Die Hard

Thursday, August 9
Skyline Sound & Cinema by Alamo Drafthouse, BLOC, Downtown

Rooftop viewing, live performance, food vendors, multiple outdoor bars.
Cost: $15-25

Pretty Woman

Saturday, August 11
Street Food Cinema, Will Rogers State Historic Park, Pacific Palisades
This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

8th Annual Slumber Party

Saturday, August 11
Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Three (!) back-to-back flicks stretching till 4am including Craft, Practical Magic, and The Witches of Eastwick you can watch from an open grassy field inside a cemetery with a DJ spinning before and after the movie and outside beer and wine allowed.
Cost: $30

Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

Saturday, August 11
Street Food Cinema, Verdugo Park, Glendale

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

Gladiator

Monday, August 13
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

King Pin

Tuesday, August 14
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating. 
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

The Breakfast Club

Tuesday, August 14
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series
Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

Ex Machina

Wednesday, August 15
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Sister Act

Thursday, August 16
Silver Lake Picture Show, Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake

This screening is free, with no tickets required, and will include a pre-movie short film by a community filmmaker.
Cost: Free

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Thursday, August 16
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge

There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

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Warner Bros/

The Outsiders

Saturday, August 18
Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Watch from an open grassy field inside a cemetery with a DJ spinning before and after the movie, and outside beer and wine allowed.
Cost: $16

The Sandlot 25th Anniversary

Saturday, August 18
Eat|See|Hear, La Cienega Park, Beverly Hills

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

The Lion King

Saturday, August 18
Street Food Cinema, Crystal Springs Park – Griffith Park

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.on.
Cost: $14-19

Black Panther

Saturday, August 18
Street Food Cinema, Veteran’s Memorial Park, Culver City
This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. There’s also a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

Casablanca 75th Anniversary

Saturday, August 18
Street Food Cinema, Victory Park, Pasadena
This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

Grease 40th Anniversary

Saturday, August 18
Street Food Cinema, Eagle Rock Rec Park

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and live music. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19
Frida

Frida

Sunday, August 19
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Thelma & Louise

Monday, August 20
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Lady Bird 

Tuesday, August 21
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

What’s Love Got to Do With It

Monday, August 22
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Mo

get out
Universal Pictures

Get Out

Thursday, August 23
Oviatt Library Lawn, CSU Northridge

There’s plenty of grassy space here, it’s pet-friendly, and you can bring your own picnic.
Cost: Free

Easy Rider

Friday, August 24
Eat|See|Hear, Autry Museum in Griffith Park

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Xanadu

Saturday, August 25
Street Food Cinema, Pan Pacific Park, Fairfax District

This outdoor movie organizer brings in food trucks galore and a DJ. It’s dog-friendly with a premier reserved section.
Cost: $14-19

Back to the Future

Friday August 25
Eat|See|Hear, Autry Museum in Griffith Park

The dog-friendly spot gives pups a free biscuit at the door, while humans get free admission to the Autry before the show. There’s also a cash bar with beer, wine, a signature cocktail, soda, and water; lots of delicious food trucks; a performance by an LA-based artist; a reserved section for "fashionably late" arrivals (pay extra ahead of time for a ticket and you won’t have to show up early to secure a spot); and the largest outdoor screen in town, clocking in at three-and-a-half stories.
Cost: $8-21

Big

Saturday, August 25
Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Watch from an open grassy field inside a cemetery with a DJ spinning before and after the movie and outside beer and wine allowed.
Cost: $16

Barbarella (Johnny Ramone Tribute)

Sunday, August 26
Cinespia, Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood

Watch from an open grassy field inside a cemetery with a DJ spinning before and after the movie, and outside beer and wine allowed. Proceeds benefit the Johnny and Linda Foundation with a focus on cancer research.
Cost: $16

Coming to America

Sunday, August 26
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood 

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Avengers Infinity War

Monday, August 27
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating. 
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

The Goonies

Tuesday, August 28
Mr. C Beverly Hills Poolside Cinema Series

Recline on cozy loungers on the yacht-inspired pool deck with popcorn, candy, Peroni on tap, mini bottles of Moët, wines by the glass, and craft cocktails available for purchase. You can reserve seats ahead by ordering the prix-fixe menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, burrata pizza, and homemade baked white tagliolini.
Cost: Free, or $35-45 for the prix-fixe menu with reserved seating

La La Land

Tuesday August 28
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

The Usual Suspects

Wednesday, August 29
Melrose Rooftop Theatre at E.P & L.P., West Hollywood

The venue offers individual wireless headsets, all-VIP seating with 100-person capacity, a full bar, and candy/snack boxes available for purchase. The Dinner & Movie package comes with a three-course modern Asian dinner at restaurant E.P. and reserved seating.
Cost: $27.50, or $65 for the Dinner & Movie package

Get Out

Thursday, August 30
Silver Lake Picture Show, Sunset Triangle Plaza, Silver Lake

This screening is free, with no tickets required, and will include a pre-movie short film by a community filmmaker.
Cost: Free

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