Where to Watch Outdoor Movies this Summer

Who wants to stay inside during a perfect Seattle summer night? Pack the popcorn and a picnic basket and enjoy one of these movies by moonlight
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See websites for more details; most films begin around dusk.  

Crossroads Movies at the Park 
Crossroads Community Park, Free, parks.bellevuewa.gov 

  • Aug 2 Coco 
  • Aug 9 Wonder 
  • Aug 16 Cars 3 
  • Aug 23 Beauty and the Beast (2017) 

Downtown Movies at the Park 
Bellevue Downtown Park, Free, parks.bellevuewa.gov 

  • July 10 Despicable Me 3 
  • July 17 Boss Baby 
  • July 24 The Lego Ninjago Movie 
  • July 31 Goodbye Christopher Robin 
  • Aug 7 Paddington 2 
  • Aug 14 The Greatest Showman 
  • Aug 21 Ferdinand 
  • Aug 28 Ghostbusters (1984) 

Films in the Field 
Park Ridge Community Church (Bothell), Free, parkridgeonline.org 

  • July 18 Wonder 
  • July 25 The Incredibles 
  • Aug 1 Back to the Future 
  • Aug 8 The Greatest Showman 
  • Aug 15 WALL-E 
  • Aug 22 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 

LeMay Car Museum’s Drive-In Movie Series 
LeMay Car Museum, Free, americascarmuseum.org 

  • July 7 Jaws 
  • July 21 Cars 3 
  • Aug 11 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 

Movies at the Marina 
Shilshole Bay Marina, Free, portseattle.org 

  • Aug 3 Overboard (1987) 
  • Aug 17 Moana 

Bite of Seattle 
Seattle Center, Free, biteofseattle.com 

  • July 20 A League of Their Own 

Movies at Marymoor 
Marymoor Park, $5, epiceap.com 

  • June 28 The Goonies 
  • July 5 Wonder Woman 
  • July 11 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 
  • July 18 Coco 
  • July 25 The Greatest Showman 
  • Aug 2 10 Things I Hate About You 
  • Aug 8 Thor: Ragnarok 
  • Aug 17 Ferdinand 
  • Aug 24 Black Panther 
  • Aug 29 The Princess Bride 

Movies at the Mural 
Seattle Center, Free, seattlecenter.com 

  • July 28 The Princess Bride 
  • Aug 4 Get Out 
  • Aug 11 Little Shop of Horrors 
  • Aug 18 I Am Not Your Negro 
  • Aug 25 Wonder Woman 

Movies in the Plaza 
Carillon Point Plaza, $5, carillon-point.com 

  • July 7 Despicable Me 3 
  • July 21 The Wedding Singer 
  • Aug 4 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 
  • Aug 18 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 

Peddler Brewing Company Outdoor Movie Nights 
Peddler Brewing Company, Free, peddlerbrewing.com 

  • June 7 Big 
  • June 14 10 Things I Hate About You 
  • June 21 The Princess Bride 
  • June 28 Old School 
  • July 7 The Sandlot 
  • July 12 Mean Girls 
  • July 19 Zoolander 
  • July 26 The Goonies 
  • Aug 9 Raiders of the Lost Ark 
  • Aug 16 Wedding Crashers 
  • Aug 23 Super Troopers 
  • Aug 30 Bridesmaids 

Seattle Outdoor Cinema 
SLU Discovery Center Lawn, Free, 21+, seattleoutdoormovies.com 

  • June 16 The Goonies 
  • July 21 Jurassic Park 
  • Aug 25 Black Panther 

Summer Sounds and Cinema 
Lea Hill Park (Auburn), Free, auburnwa.gov 

  • July 27 Despicable Me 3 
  • Aug 3 Coco 
  • Aug 10 Raiders of the Lost Ark 

Skyway Outdoor Cinema 
12610 76th Ave. S., Free, mywesthill.org 

  • Aug 3 Coco 
  • Aug 10 Wonder Woman 
  • Aug 17 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 
  • Aug 24 Black Panther 

West Seattle Outdoor Movies 
3622 S.W. Snoqualmie St., Free, westseattlemovies.blogspot.com 

  • July 21 Wonder Woman 
  • July 28 The Secret Life of Pets 
  • Aug 4 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 
  • Aug 11 A Wrinkle in Time 
  • Aug 18 Coco 
  • Aug 25 Black Panther 

Center City Cinema 
Free, seattle.gov/parks 

Bell Street Park 

  • Aug 31 Black Panther 

Cascade Park 

  • July 6 Wonder Woman 
  • July 20 Coco 
  • July 27 WALL-E 

Denny Park 

  • Aug 17 Black Panther 
  • Aug 24 Coco 

Freeway Park 

  • Aug 10 A League of Their Own 

Hing Hay Park 

  • Aug 4 Rumble in the Bronx 
  • Aug 11 Mulan (sing-along) 
  • Aug 18 Iron Monkey 
  • Aug 25 Allegiance: The Musical 

Westlake Park 

  • July 13 Wonder Woman 
  • July 20 Coco 
  • Aug 3 Star Wars: The Last Jedi 
  • Aug 10 Sleepless in Seattle 
  • Aug 17 Hook 
  • Aug 24 Black Panther 

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