Summer is here LA, have you felt your schedules get a bit busier?
With summer comes a lot more activites, and one of those are outdoor movies; whether at the park, or on the beach. Here is our list of top Outdoor Movie Spots:
1) Eat See Hear
"Eat See Hear" is an outdoor movie and food truck extraganza that is traveling all over LA every Saturday. This upcoming Saturday they will be showcasing "The Goonies" in San Pedro. They bring with them the largest outdoor movie screen at 52 foot wide.
For more information, and to find out where they're headed next check them out here.
2) Long Beach "Moonlight Movies on the Beach"
During the summer, Alfredo's Beach Club brings out their outdoor movie screen and invites people every Monday and Tuesday night to enjoy movies out on the beach. Bring your friends, bring your family, and bring your chairs, and make it a night at the movies. Free movies and free parking! For more information, check it out here.
3) Hollywood Cemetary Outdoor Movies
Every Saturday night this summer the Hollywood Cemetary will be doing an outdoor movie screening. Come on out to the cemetary, and see what happens after dark. This Saturday they're showing "Cheech and Chong." "Chinatown" will be shown on June 23rd and "Labyrinth" will be shown on June 30th.
4) Oscar's Outdoors
This is a summer screening series at the academy's new open air theatre, located at the Academy Hollywood Campus. Food trucks will also accommodate the screenings and change each night. Movies are shown every Friday and Saturday night throughout the summer. Tickets are 5 dollars general admission.
5) Vineland Drive In
If you've always wanted to partake in a drive-in, head to the City of Industry to the Vineland Drive-In, one of the last standing drive-ins remaining in the LA metro area. The drive-in is open 7 days a week, opens at 5pm, and movies start at dusk. General Admission: 9 dollars, Children (5-8) 3.00 dollars, Children 5 and under: FREE
6) Devil's Night Drive-In
In the heart od Downtown Los Angeles lies the Devil's Night Drive-IN. They take over a downtown rooftop parking lot making it half park, and half drive-in. Bikers, pedestrians and drivers can all attend this once a month show. For more information, please check them out here.
This are just some of the fun outdoor movie settings you can find yourself in this summer. Get out and enjoy!