Denver Outdoor Summer Movies
There's no better way to spend a cool summer night in The Mile High City than enjoying a great movie in the great outdoors.
Film On The Rocks
One of Denver's top summertime events, Film On The Rocks lets you enjoy blockbuster entertainment on the big screen in the incomparable setting of Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The great cinema is just the beginning of the fun. Each Film On The Rocks event features an opening comedian or band as well as fun, audience participation contests.
Film On The Rocks lineup for 2016:
May 12: "Purple Rain," a tribute to Prince
May 23: “Grease” sing-a-long with Lissie and Megan Burtt & the Cure For Love
May 30: “The Big Lebowski” with Anthony Ruptak and The Midnight Friends, plus The River Arkansas
June 15: “Citizen Kane” in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the dedication of Red Rocks Amphitheatre
June 20: “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” with Strawberry Runners and The Baltic
July 11: “The Sandlot” with Special Guests and Brent Cowles
July 25: “Labyrinth” with School of Rock for A Tribute to Bowie
August 23: “Deadpool” with The Blue Rider
September 6: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
Southwest Movies at Skyline Park
It doesn't get much better than a free, family friendly movie under the stars in the heart of downtown Denver. And that's exactly what you get all summer long at Skyline Park (on the corner of 16th and Arapahoe Sts.), thanks to Southwest Airlines.
Southwest Movies at Skyline Park lineup for 2016 to be announced.
Historic Elitch Theatre Film Festival
The Historic Elitch Theatre Film Festival is a family friendly film series that offers great movies and raises money for a great cause. Bring your blankets and lawn-chairs and enjoy an evening under the stars and help raise funds to continue the restoration of the magnificent Historic Elitch Theatre (4655 W. 37th Ave.)! Tickets are $5.
Historic Elitch Theatre Film Festival lineup for 2016 to be announced.
Monday Movie Madness at Infinity Park in Glendale
Enjoy free flicks in Glendale this summer during Monday Movie Madness at Infinity Park (4599 E. Tennessee Ave., Glendale). As has become tradition, viewers have voted on and chosen the six movies that will be shown this year, some of which are recent box office hits combined with several classic favorites.
Monday Movie Madness lineup for 2016 to be announced.
Civic Center Bike-In Movies
Produced by the Civic Center Conservancy, Denver Parks and Recreation, and the Outdoor Cinema Network, the free Civic Center Bike-In Movies Series invites cycling enthusiasts (and those using all other modes of transportation) to spend Thursday and Friday evenings in Civic Center Park (Broadway and Colfax Ave.). Attendance is free, and bike racks will be available.
Civic Center Bike-In Movies lineup for 2016 to be announced.