Update: View 2011 Outdoor Movies in Vancouver.
Update: View 2010 listings for Free Outdoor Movies in Vancouver.
Update: If you’re looking for 2009 listings, visit the Outdoor Movie Series Facebook page for all of the details.
Outdoor movies have taken Metro Vancouver by storm this summer, with sunny days outnumbering the wet ones, it’s a picturesque way to spend a warm evening. So far folks have already seen Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium at Killarney Community Centre and E.T. at David Lam Park in Yaletown as well as at Hastings Racecourse.
There are several locations across the region that continue to show film gems after dusk (for FREE), here are some of the upcoming listings:
Monsters in the Meadow
Location: Ceperley Meadow – Stanley Park (near Second Beach)
Movie: Dracula – Friday, August 22, 9:00pm
Movie: The Creature from the Black Lagoon – Friday, August 29, 9:00pm
Rain date: Friday, September 5
More info: City of Vancouver
Location: The Hastings Racetrack (McGill and Renfrew, Vancouver)
Movie: The Wizard of Oz – Tuesday, August 5, 9:35pm
More info: Fresh Air Cinemas / Facebook Group /Hastings Racecourse
Movie Under the Stars
Location: Fraser Heights (10588 160th St, Surrey)
Movie: Night at the Museum – Friday, August 8
More info: City of Surrey
Location: Holland Park (King George & 100 Avenue, Surrey)
Movie: Grease – Saturday, August 16 with BBQ starting at 4:00pm
Location: Station Tower at Gateway (West Whalley Ring Road & 108 Avenue, Surrey)
Movie: Nim’s Island – Saturday, August 23
More info: Downtown Surrey BIA
Prospera Great Outdoors Film Festival
Location: Central Plaza (1524 Foster Street, Uptown White Rock)
Movie: Viewer’s Choice – The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian OR Speed Racer OR Ghostbusters – Friday, August 15
More info: White Rock BIA
Location: Five Corners 15208 Pacific Avenue at Johnston Road, White Rock
Movie: American Graffiti – Friday, August 29
More info: Fresh Air Cinema / White Rock BIA
Fresh Air Cinema has been moving across the province, popping up screens in parks for free public viewing all summer long. You can check out a full event listing on their site, which also include several dates on Vancouver Island.