The Nashville Summer Outdoor Movie Calendar
There’s nothing quite like a movie under the stars. Roll out the blanket, bring cash for the food trucks, maybe smuggle in some boxed wine, and join your fellow Nashville cinephiles outdoors this summer at these great screenings.
Beauty And The Beast | Walt Disney Studios
Pack a picnic or order from food trucks like
The Grilled Cheeserie
every Thursday in Elmington Park this month.
Franklin’s Pinkerton Park lets you bring your own food or order from the concession stand at these family-friendly evenings.
At Leipers, you can get $3 burgers, $1 nachos, $1 ice cream sandwiches, and $1.50 popcorn to go along with a free movie every Friday at 8PM.
Murfreesboro’s Movies Under the Stars series features one film shown at a different park around town every Monday through Friday.
The zoo has games on Festival Field, face-painting, a carousel, a zipline, and concessions at its summer Zoovie Nights. It’s free for members or with a day pass, and $6 for non-members who get there after 6pm.
Rogue One | Walt Disney Studios
The park’s Music and a Movie series features performances from a local band followed by screenings of animated movies in the amphitheater.
Chill out next to the wavepool for the park’s Dive-In movies series. Screenings are free for season pass holders, guests staying at the resort, and anyone with a waterpark day pass.
This screening of the Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart flick has the same amenities you’ll find at the Pinkerton Park events, only it’s limited to people 21 and over for a more raucous time.
Finding Dory | Walt Disney Studios Zootopia | Walt Disney Studios Sign up here for our daily Nashville email and be the first to get all the food/drink/fun the Music City has to offer. Kendall is a Nashville native longing for someone to host an outdoor cinema series sans Pixar. Friday, Wayne's World, Top Gun, anyone?