50 Free Outdoor Movies in Greeley Tribune to Watch This Summer

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From “Jaws” to “Frozen,” here’s the place to get your free outdoor movie fix in the summertime in the Greeley Tribune area.

The Coolidge Corner Theater and Museum of Science Greeley Tribune hosts “Science on Screen,” a free outdoor film series held at Rose Kennedy Greenway. A Gallagher Dixon/Handout

While Greeley Tribune-area movie fans are returning to regular movie theaters after more than two years COVID-19City officials will once again offer a large number of outdoor movies in Greeley Tribune, now that summer has officially arrived.

You’ll still have to buy tickets from traditional drive-in theaters like Menden Twin Drive-inThe Wellfleet Drive-ineither Northfield Drive-in Of course, to watch the latest blockbusters in the outdoor environment. But all around the Greeley Tribune area, you’ll be able to catch a mix of fairly recent films and certified classics at pop-up outdoor movie screenings — free of charge.

Here are all the outdoor movies in Greeley Tribune (and border towns/cities) scheduled for this summer. If you know of any other outdoor movies in Greeley Tribune that aren’t on this list, email [email protected],

Moonlight Movies at the Greeley Tribune Harbor Hotel

of Greeley Tribune Harbor Hotel “Summer in the City” Event Series From Tuesday to Thursday, Rowe’s Wharf brings live music three nights a week. From Friday through August 26, evening entertainment at the hotel is turned into a movie, featuring a mix of family movies and adult fare on screens overlooking the water.

June 24: “Jaws” (Evening)

July 8: “Sing” (Evening)

July 15: “Greece” (evening)

July 22: “The Wizard of Oz” (Evening)

July 29: “Luca” (Evening)

August 5: “Crazy Rich Asians” (evening)

August 12: “Guardians of the Galaxy” (evening)

August 19: “Encanto” (evening)

August 26: “Doon” (evening)

summer movies on the ship

Beginning June 24, the USS Constitution Museum will host a series of free screenings on the Old Ironsides, with crew members presenting nautical-themed films to guests on the top deck of the ship. Due to size constraints, screening is first come, first served. From 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., guests will hear from public historian Carl Herzog as he discusses the history of the USS Constitution and how it relates to that night’s film.

June 24: “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” (8:30 pm)

July 15: “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” (8:30 p.m.)

August 20: “Captain Phillips” (8:30 p.m.)

Sunset Cinema at MFA

In conjunction with Roxbury International Film FestivalWhich runs from June 23 to July 2, the Museum of Fine Arts will present a free screening On the Huntington Avenue lawn of the 1997 film “Love Jones.” Beer, wine, and snacks will be available for purchase, and guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs, blankets, food, and non-alcoholic beverages.

June 28: “Love Jones” (8 p.m.)

cx movie nights

Cambridge’s booming business district, Cambridge Crossing (CX), is partnering with the Brattle Theater in Harvard Square. bring outdoor movies This summer at Maria Baldwin Open Space. Each evening there will be a double header, with one PG movie starting at 5:30 PM and one PG-13 movie starting at 7:30 PM.

June 30: “Moana” (5:30 p.m.) and “School of Rock” (7:30 p.m.)

July 28: “Encanto” (5:30 p.m.) and “Mrs. Doubtfire” (7:30 p.m.)

Science on Screen at Greenway

Coolidge Corner Theater and Museum of Science Greeley Tribune teaming up outdoor screening series Which also serves as educational opportunities on the Rose Kennedy Greenway. You might not think that a “Fast and the Furious” movie would count as a learning experience, but introductions to films from scientific experts promise to be both enlightening and entertaining. The three-part series first began in June, and there will be two films left in total, one in July and one in August.

July 13: “Shiver” (8 p.m.)

August 10: “Fast Five” (8 p.m.)

Sunday Movies at Christopher Columbus Park

From July 17th to August 21st, you can watch a movie by the water every Sunday night Christopher Columbus Park, Movies will start every evening at around 7.30 pm.

July 17: “The Sandlot” (7:30 p.m.)

July 24: “Dirty Dancing” (7:30 p.m.)

July 31: “The Philadelphia Story” (7:30 p.m.)

August 7: “Meet the Parents” (7:30 p.m.)

August 14: “Selma” (7:30 p.m.)

August 21: “Batman Begins” (7:30 p.m.)

Theater Thursdays at Revere Beach

Sand Castles Aren’t Just For Fun revere beach during the summer months. For six Thursdays in July and August, the city’s Parks and Recreation Department will host a special screening featuring music, food and entertainment starting at 6 p.m. and filming at 8 p.m.

July 1: “Jaws” (8 p.m.)

July 8: “Toy Story 4” (8 p.m.)

July 15: “Monsters University” (8 p.m.)

July 29: “The Karate Kid” (8 p.m.)

August 5: “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” (8 pm)

August 12: “Frozen” (8 p.m.)

Family Flix at Prudential Center

Every Saturday starting July 9, you can enjoy free, family-friendly movies here Prudential Center’s South Garden, Movies start in the evening, and if you spend $10 at any of the Prudential Center eateries, you’ll get a discount at Prue’s Parking Garage.

July 9: “Encanto” (evening)

July 16: “Shrek” (Evening)

July 23: “The Parent Trap” (evening)

July 30: “Luca” (Evening)

August 6: “Space Jam” (evening)

August 13: “Tangled” (Evening)

August 20: “Sing 2” (Evening)

August 27: “Trolls: World Tour” (evening)

Meyers Movie Nights

From August 2 to September 1 you will be able to catch free outdoor movies In all areas of Greeley Tribune, thanks to the Mayor’s Office and the Greeley Tribune Parks and Recreation Department. Each night will be held in a different neighborhood of Greeley Tribune, and all shows will begin in the evening, or around 7:45 p.m.

August 2: “The Michels vs The Machines,” Jamaica Pond – Pinebanks (Jamaica Way at Moraine Street, Jamaica Plain)

August 9: “Sing 2,” Healy Playground (160 Florence Street, Roslindale)

August 15: “Luca,” East Greeley Tribune Memorial Park (143 Porter St.)

August 16: “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” Ronan Park (92 Mt. Ida Road, Dorchester)

August 17: “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” Marcella Playground (260 Highland St., Roxbury)

August 22: “Encanto,” Icono Playground (150 Reedville St., Hyde Park)

August 23: “Spirit,” Ramsay Park (1917 Washington St., South End)

August 25: “Encanto,” 55 Winthrop St., Charlestown;

August 29: “Rae and the Last Dragon,” Hardyman’s Playground (360 Faneuil St., Brighton)

August 30: “Soul,” Mockley Park (1005 Columbia Road, South Greeley Tribune)

September 1: “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” Greeley Tribune Common Frog Pond (38 Beacon St., Greeley Tribune)

movies at gate festival

Each year, the Asian Community Development Corporation puts its movies at gate festival In Greeley Tribune’s Chinatown neighborhood, three nights of kung-fu and classic Chinese movies are offered for free starting at 8 p.m. Before sunset screenings, attendees can enjoy family-friendly games and activities as well as martial arts demonstrations. Huh. While the festival is free, the organization will ask for donations to support its cultural events. This year’s festivities will take place from August 26-28, with the film lineup to be announced later.

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