Events

Every Outdoor Movie Screening in San Diego This Summer

Updated On 07/03/2018 at 08:26PM EST Updated On 07/03/2018 at 08:26PM EST
The Lion King | Buena Vista Pictures
Monday - Tuesday
Jul 2-3

Top Gun

Top Gun

Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Tuesday
Jul 3
Waterfront Park, Downtown
Food trucks are available, and pre-movie activities include live music, games, giveaways and info booths. Leashed dogs are welcome, but this venue is alcohol-free.
Cost: Free
Tuesday
Jul 3
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though.
Cost: Free
Thursday - Friday
Jul 5-6
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Jul 6
Willie Henderson Sports Complex, Southcrest
Snacks are available for purchase and pre-movie activities will keep the kids occupied while you’re waiting for the show to start. Leashed dogs are welcome, but this venue is alcohol-free.
Cost: Free
Friday
Jul 6
Presidio Park, Old Town
Come early for a pre-movie screening of the newest Lego Movie! Concessions are available for snacks and drinks, and leashed dogs are welcome; this venue is alcohol-free, though.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 7
Las Palmas Pool, National City
Concessions are available for purchasing drinks and food, and you can also enjoy open swimming! Pets and alcohol are not permitted at this venue, though.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 7
Horton Plaza Park, Downtown
Food will be available for purchase and pre-movie activities include live entertainment. Leashed dogs are welcome, but this location is alcohol-free.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Jul 7-8
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Jul 10
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Jul 11
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Jul 12-13
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Jul 13
Dusty Rhodes Neighborhood Park, Ocean Beach
Concessions will be available and the little folks will have music, a bounce house and arts and crafts to keep them busy pre-show. Alcohol is prohibited at this venue, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Jul 13
USS Midway Museum,San Diego Harbor
Concessions will be available as well as pre-movie activities including a DJ, bounce house and face painting. Pets and alcohol are prohibited at this venue, and advance tickets are required.
Cost: $50, includes optional Overnight Adventure
Friday
Jul 13
Tierrasanta Community Park, Tierrasanta
Bring your own picnic, a bottle of wine and relax while the kids enjoy fun recreational games and activities. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 14
NTC Park, Liberty Station
Arrive early and visit the Liberty Station Public Market or one of the area’s restaurants, browse the shops and galleries, then stake your claim on the lawn and enjoy the show. Leashed dogs are welcome, but alcohol is not allowed in the viewing area.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 14
Brengle Terrace Park (softball fields), Vista
A Summer Fun Fest with activities, bounce houses and info booths will take place from 5:30-7pm. Bring a picnic to enjoy, and popcorn will be available during the movie, while supplies last. Dogs and alcohol are not allowed at this venue.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 14
Mount San Miguel Park, Chula Vista
Food will be available for purchase, and alcohol is permitted at this venue. The “Empower Hour” is hosting free children’s activities prior to the movie, and leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Jul 14-15
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Jul 17
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Tuesday
Jul 17
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though. Tonight features a Benchmark Brewing tap takeover.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Jul 18
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday
Jul 19
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Jul 19-20
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Jul 20
Live Oak County Park, Fallbrook
Bring your own picnic and enjoy pre-movie lawn games. Beer and wine is allowed, but no glass containers, please. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Jul 20
Villa La Jolla Neighborhood Park, La Jolla
Bring your own picnic and enjoy the free show. Alcohol is not permitted at this venue, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Jul 20
La Mesa Community Pool, La Mesa
Bring your own snacks to enjoy during the movie; this venue is alcohol-free, and pets are prohibited.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 21
Fault Line Park, East Village
Bring your own picnic or purchase snacks from the concession stand. Starting at 6pm, a bounce house, face painting and balloon art will be available for the kids. Leashed dogs (on a 6-inch leash) are welcome. This venue is alcohol-free.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 21
Golden Hill Community Park, Golden Hill
Snacks and drinks are available at the concession stand, and beginning at 6pm, a bounce house, face painting, and balloon art will keep the kids occupied before the movie. Leashed dogs are welcome, but this venue is alcohol-free.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Jul 21-22
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Jul 24
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Jul 25
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Jul 26-27
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Jul 27
Hilton Head County Park, El Cajon
Pack a picnic and some beer or wine to enjoy at the pre-movie baggo tournament; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Jul 27
Memorial Community Park, Logan Heights
Bring your own picnic and let the kids enjoy pre-movie activities including jumpers, arts and crafts, games and music. Leashed dogs are welcome, but this venue is alcohol-free.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Jul 28
Hourglass Field Community Park, Mira Mesa
Food will be available for purchase (or you can bring a picnic), and a DJ will be spinning tunes before the show starts. Leashed dogs are welcome, but this venue does not allow alcohol.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Jul 28-29
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Jul 31
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though. Tonight features a Pure Project Brewing tap takeover.
Cost: Free
A Wrinkle in Time | Walt Disney Studios
Wednesday
Aug 1
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Aug 2-3
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Aug 3
Tecolote Community Park, Bay Ho
Bring your own picnic, pour some adult beverages and relax while the kids enjoy field games, arts and crafts and other pre-movie activities; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Aug 3
Lindo Lake County Park, Lakeside
Food trucks will be on site, and the kids will love the face painting, bounce house and arts and crafts, while you browse the community resources; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 4
Sweetwater Regional Park, Bonita
Bring your own picnic; beer and wine are allowed, but don't bring any glass. Leashed dogs are welcome!
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 4
Chollas Lake Community Park, College Grove
Bring your own picnic and browse the community activities and promotions available before the show; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 4
Nobel Community Park, University City
Enjoy your own picnic and adult libations while the kids tear through the obstacle courses; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Aug 4-5
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Aug 7
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though. Tonight features a Modern Times Beer tap takeover.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Aug 8
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Aug 9-10
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Aug 10
Sage Canyon Neighborhood Park, Carmel Valley
Enjoy your own picnic and adult libations while the kids keep busy with games and arts and craft activities; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Aug 10
Robert Egger Sr. South Bay Community Park, Otay Mesa
Food trucks and concessions will offer food and drinks, and you can bring beach chairs and blankets with you if you like; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 11
Los Peñasquitos Adobe, Rancho Peñasquitos
Show up early for kids’ movie-themed activities as you sit back with your own picnic and adult beverages. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 11
Rancho Bernardo Community Park, Rancho Bernardo
Food trucks will be available, or bring your own food and adult beverages; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 11
NTC Park, Liberty Station
Arrive early and visit the Liberty Station Public Market or one of the area’s restaurants, browse the shops and galleries, then stake your claim on the lawn and enjoy the show. Leashed dogs are welcome. Alcohol is not allowed in the viewing area.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Aug 11-12
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Aug 14
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Aug 15
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Aug 16-17
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather, either, with retractable covering, blankets, and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Aug 17
NTC Park, Liberty Station
Arrive early and visit the Liberty Station Public Market or one of the area’s restaurants, browse the shops and galleries, then stake your claim on the lawn and enjoy the show. Leashed dogs are welcome. Alcohol is not allowed in the viewing area.
Cost: Free
Friday
Aug 17
Flinn Springs County Park, El Cajon
Watch the littles play in the bounce house or the “Build a Bug” activity while you nibble on your own picnic and adult beverages. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Aug 17
Doyle Community Park, University City
Bring your own picnic and chill in this local favorite venue, which is alcohol-free. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 18
Old Poway Park, Poway
Food will be available for purchase, or bring your own goodies and adult libations. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 18
Cadman Recreation Center, Clairemont
Bring your own picnic and chill in this local favorite venue, which is alcohol-free. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Aug 18-19
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather, either, with retractable covering, blankets, and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Aug 21
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Aug 22
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Friday
Aug 23-24
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen with HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather with retractable covering, blankets and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Aug 24
Point Loma Community Park, Point Loma
Concessions will be available, or bring your own refreshments. Pre-movie activities include bounce houses, lawn games and arts and crafts. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Aug 24
Kate O. Sessions Neighborhood Park, Pacific Beach
Bring your own picnic and join in the pre-movie family games, or let the kids do arts and crafts. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 25
Old Trolley Barn Neighborhood Park, Normal Heights
Food, snacks and drinks will be available. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 25
Robb Field, Ocean Beach
Bring your own goodies or buy snacks and drinks from the concession stand. Pre-movie activities include a bounce house, arts and crafts and music. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Aug 25
Horton Plaza Park, Downtown
Food is available for purchase while you kick back to live pre-movie entertainment. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday - Sunday
Aug 25-26
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen with HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather with retractable covering, blankets and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Tuesday
Aug 28
Stone Brewing, Liberty Station
Set up your lawn chairs and order dinner or snacks and, of course, beer from the restaurant. The lawn area is smallish, but you can stake your spot out as early as 5pm. Be sure the servers know that you’re there to watch the movie, though.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Aug 29
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Sunday
Aug 30-Sep 2
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather, either, with retractable covering, blankets, and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Aug 31
Montevalle Community Park, Chula Vista
Food will be available for purchase and alcohol is permitted at this venue. The “Empower Hour” is hosting free children’s activities prior to the movie, and leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Friday
Aug 31
Spring Valley County Park, Spring Valley
Food will be available for purchase or bring refreshments from home. Pre-movie activities include a guitar class demonstration, a nature touch table, face painting and arts and crafts. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Black Panther | Marvel
Saturday
Sep 1
Heritage County Park, Old Town
Bring your own picnic and adult beverages while you chill to the music. Pre-movie activities include games, giveaways and info booths. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 1
Tweet Street Park, Cortez Hill
Kids will love making a sand art project before the show starts. Bring your own goodies and alcohol-free drinks from home. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Sep 5
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Saturday
Sep 6-8
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather, either, with retractable covering, blankets, and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Sep 7
Spring Valley County Park, Spring Valley
Come early for the Super Hero Character meet and greet, face painting, a bounce house, arts and crafts and nature touch table. Food will be available for purchase or bring snacks and drinks from home. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 8
Stagecoach Community Park, Carlsbad
It’s lawn seating so bring low backed chairs and blankets. Food is available for purchase or bring goodies and adult libations from home. A pre-movie Fun Zone ($5 per wristband) with slides, games and bounce houses happens between 5-7pm. Pets are not permitted at this venue.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 8
NTC Park, Liberty Station
Arrive early and visit the Liberty Station Public Market or one of the area’s restaurants, browse the shops and galleries, then stake your claim on the lawn and enjoy the show. Leashed dogs are welcome. Alcohol is not allowed in the viewing area.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 8
Otay Lakes County Park, Chula Vista
Bring your own picnic and adult beverages and chill out at this local favorite venue. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Sep 12
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Saturday
Sep 13-15
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather, either, with retractable covering, blankets, and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Friday
Sep 14
South Clairemont Community Park, Clairemont
Concessions will be selling snacks and drinks or bring your own refreshments and alcohol-free drinks. Pre-movie activities include games and crafts. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 15
Camino Ruiz Neighborhood Park, Mira Mesa
Concessions will have snacks and drinks for purchase, or bring your own nibbles and adult libations. A bounce house will keep the kids occupied before the show. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 15
Felicita County Park, Escondido
Bring a picnic and adult beverages or hit the concessions for snacks and drinks. There will be plenty of pre-movie games and crafts to keep the kids busy. Leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 15
Ward Canyon Neighborhood Park, Normal Heights
Concessions will offer snacks and drinks or bring goodies from home. Popcorn is available till it runs out. This venue is alcohol-free, but leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Wednesday
Sep 19
Pearl Hotel, Point Loma
Reserve a poolside table and have dinner at the newly revamped Charles and Dinorah restaurant, then order a fun tropical cocktail before the show starts. Feel free to take a dip in the pool if you’re so inclined.
Cost: Movie viewing is free
Thursday - Saturday
Sep 20-22
Cinema Under the Stars, Mission Hills
Enjoy the ultimate in outdoor movie experiences with a 20-foot screen, HD projection and surround sound. Reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs/ottomans with tables and grab coffee, tea, soda, bottled water, popcorn, and a variety of candies from the concession stand for just $2. You’ll never have to worry about the weather, either, with retractable covering, blankets, and space heaters available to keep you cozy.
Cost: $17-20
Saturday
Sep 22
Sweetwater Regional Park, Bonita
Bring your own picnic and adult beverages to this favorite local spot; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free
Saturday
Sep 22
Collier County Park, Ramona
Bring your own picnic and relax at this popular local venue, which is alcohol-free; leashed dogs are welcome.
Cost: Free