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Get Ready for Nashville’s ‘Movies in the Park’ Series

Summer will soon be here and with it comes warmer weather, sunny skies, and Nashville’s Movies in the Park event series. This annual summer tradition takes place in June for four consecutive weeks and is a great, family-friendly way to spend a summer evening. Even better, the event is FREE. The fun takes place at the lush and lovely Elmington Park, so gather your loved ones and enjoy a delightful feature film in the fresh air!

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Brought to the city by the Nashville Scene, with support of the Metropolitan Board of Parks & Recreation, the 2017 Movies in the Park series takes place the first four Thursday evenings of June (1, 8, 15 and 22). The event starts at 5 PM with fun attractions to get the festivities going, including food trucks, vendors, games and giveaways. The actual movie will begin at sundown, usually around 8 PM.

The movie schedule for this year’s Movies in the Park features both old and new favorites that all ages are sure to appreciate. The movies and their corresponding times are as follows:

  • June 1st – Sing!
  • June 8th – Rogue One
  • June 15th – The Secret Life of Pets
  • June 22nd – Back to the Future

With games, scrumptious fare, contests, and amazing flicks, it’s easy to see why Movies in the Park is recognized as one of Nashville’s best annual events. So bring the whole family and a blanket or two and enjoy this wonderful Nashville summer event!

The 23rd annual Movies in the Park event series will be held at Elmington Park, which is located at 3531 West End Ave, Nashville, TN 37205. Parking is available at West End Middle School, West End Church of Christ, Blakemore United Methodist Church, and Congregation Sherith Israel. Additional street parking is available, but make sure to be mindful of residents.

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