The Movies Under the Stars series returns to Albany this summer

Movies Under the Stars 2018 movie poster composite

The Movies Under the Stars series of outdoor movie screenings is back in Albany this summer. Here's the lineup:

June 15: Black Panther in Washington Park
Update: The screening will be in the park's parade ground, the same spot as the main stage for events such as Tulip Fest (map).

June 22: The Lion King at the College of Saint Rose

July 20: Coco at the College of Saint Rose

August 17: The Last Jedi at Sage College of Albany

September 7: Wonder Woman in Washington Park

September 21: Beauty & the Beast (animated) at Sage College of Albany

Each event starts at 7:30 pm with live music, family activities, snacks, and drinks. Then the movie starts at 8:30 pm. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket.

Movies Under the Stars is a collaboration of the Albany Public Library, Christ's Church Albany, the Helderberg Neighborhood Association, the Lark Street BID, and the Pine Hills Improvement Group/Pine Hills Neighborhood Association.

Comments

Where in the park will this be at? Tks

Debbie: I confirmed with the organizers that the Black Panther screening in Washington Park will be in the park's parade ground. (There's a map link in an update above.)

Will the Last Jedi be rescheduled? is there a rain date?

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