Rosslyn’s annual outdoor summer cinema series is set to kick off one month from now.
The free Friday night movies in Gateway Park (1300 Lee Highway) will begin June 2 and run through Aug. 25.
There will be food trucks on site to serve dinner and popcorn, while a “Pub in the Park” will offer beer, wine, mocktails and movie-themed cocktails. On five nights — June 2, June 16, July 7, July 28 and Aug. 18 — a DJ will perform before the film.
The films on the docket for 2017 are:
- June 2 — Grease
- June 9 — Frozen
- June 16 — Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy
- June 23 — National Lampoon’s European Vacation
- June 30 — Some Like It Hot
- July 7 — GoldenEye
- July 14 — The Father of the Bride
- July 21 — Moana
- July 28 — The Wizard of Oz
- August 4 — When Harry Met Sally
- August 11 — Lego Batman
- August 18 — The Avengers
- August 25 — Mary Poppins
The films generally start shortly after sundown. The event is sponsored by the Rosslyn Business Improvement District.
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