Feeling a little stir-crazy for the movie experience but not quite ready to return to theaters yet? The National Landing BID is bringing back an outdoor film festival next month.
The BID will show a new movie every Friday at 8 p.m. on a softball field at Virginia Highlands Park (1600 S. Hayes Street) in the Pentagon City area.
“Social distancing circles” will be sprayed onto the field with a four-person limit per circle. Masks will be required outside of those circles.
Tickets are free but registration in advance is required.
The “Movies in the Park” lineup for May is:
- May 7: Moana
- May 14: The Secret Garden
- May 21: Mary Poppins Returns
- May 28: Bill & Ted Face the Music
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