Stanley Park Outdoor Movies Official Schedule for 2017

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Dust off your picnic basket and shake out your favourite outdoor blanket because one of the most hotly anticipated events of the summer is coming back to Vancouver this July and August!

Every Tuesday night during the summer, outdoor movies are screened in the picturesque setting of Stanley Park. Thousands of people flock to Ceperly Meadows (near second beach pool) to gather together, munch on some popcorn, and enjoy the experience of watching a classic movie under the stars on a four-story high inflatable screen.

The schedule for the 2017 outdoor movies has just dropped and it’s full of family-friendly flicks, classic comedies, and a movie that might make you think twice about going for a midnight swim in the ocean… Check out what’s in store for the 2017 summer season every Tuesday night from July 4th – August 22nd in the list below

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Stanley Park Outdoor Movies Official Schedule for 2017

Stanley Park Outdoor Movies Official Schedule for 2016

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During the summer in Vancouver, the last thing you want to do is be inside. So it’s a great relief when you have an excuse to spend an evening outside in a park, snacking on popcorn and shouting out all the quotable lines of your favourite movies with hundreds of your new friends.

You’ll be extremely excited to hear that the free outdoor movies in Stanley Park are back for 2016 every Tuesday from July 5 until August 23, 2016. This is a spectacular Vancouver experience that draws hundreds of people to Second Beach in Stanley Park to get together and watch some cinema favourites.

The schedule for the 2016 Vancouver outdoor movies in Stanley Park has just been released and includes some awesome throwbacks and cult classics.

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Stanley Park Outdoor Movies Official Schedule for 2016

Canada Place hosts free outdoor movies on a giant inflatable screen, and free zumba

Photo courtesy of Canada Place

Photo courtesy of Canada Place

Canada Place is always a hub of activity on Canada Day, but the action also continues throughout July and August. Take a walk alongside the sails and you’ll find free entertainment–as low-key or as lively as you want it.

Every Thursday night starting July 9, the Fresh Air Cinema gets into gear. A three-story-tall inflatable screen will be erected at the north point of Canada Place; in this giant space, around 1,000 people can kick back and watch a movie. It’s a spectacular setting, with the ocean and mountains as the backdrop.

The films are free, and you can bring whatever you need to make yourself comfortable: blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. Popcorn and beverages will be available to purchase, and there’s no alcohol or smoking permitted as it’s a family-friendly event.

Each film features Canadian talent. Here’s the line-up:

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Canada Place hosts free outdoor movies on a giant inflatable screen, and free zumba

Free Outdoor Movies at Stanley Park, July 7-Aug. 25

Summer-Cinema

Sing-Alongs, Dinosaurs, Superheroes and Harry Potter, too!

 
Summer in Vancouver just got even more amazing, as some of film fans’ favourites hit the big screen for the Evo Summer Cinema series: the sixth annual, free weekly outdoor movie event hosted by Fresh Air Cinema. Running from July 7 to August 25, every Tuesday at dusk, the series will feature a selection of films on the Grand Lawn at Ceperley Meadow near Second Beach in Stanley Park.

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Free Outdoor Movies at Stanley Park, July 7-Aug. 25

Free Outdoor Movies in the Park

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Summer is here and with it comes the return of outdoor movies.

Every summer, you can find the crowds in Vancouver seated in the park after dark, watching classics such as Indiana Jones and Clueless. FreshAirCinema partners with various organisations to bring outdoor movie events to BC. The movies are screened in parks across the city on three-story high movie screens and are completely free! FreshAirCinema organises events all over BC, so if you’re outside the city, check the Facebook page for events near you.

The movies begin at dusk, which is usually around 9pm. Get there early for a good seat and remember to bring a blanket as it can get chilly after dark.

A full list of Vancouver movies and locations can be found after the jump. For more information, check the Facebook page. Continue reading:
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Free Outdoor Movie “Dirty Dancing” in Yaletown’s David Lam Park, August 19

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Want to have the time of your life? Don’t miss the free outdoor movie screening of ‘8os cult classic Dirty Dancing at David Lam Park in Yaletown, August 19.

Free outdoor movies are a Vancouver summer staple and as August nears the halfway point, chances are running out. Yaletown Free Outdoor Movie Night is one of three remaining opportunities to spread a blanket and partake of lazy summer bliss. We’ve blogged about free outdoor movies every Tuesday in Stanley Park. There are two remaining showtimes in the Stanley Park series: August 21 (Labyrinth) and August 28 (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off). Get more details on free movies in Stanley Park here.

Yaletown Free Outdoor Movie Night officially starts at sunset (around 8pm). It’s better to arrive early to get good real estate, otherwise, to the disappointment of both you and Patrick Swayze, baby will end up sitting in a faraway a corner. Continue reading:
Free Outdoor Movie “Dirty Dancing” in Yaletown’s David Lam Park, August 19

Free Movie at David Lam Park, July 29, from Vancity Fresh Air Movie Tour

Free outdoor movies are a summer tradition in Vancouver. This week, along with the ongoing summer movie series in Stanley Park, Fresh Air Cinema is teaming up with Vancity to bring a free outdoor screening of The Princess Bride to Yaletown’s David Lam Park this Sunday, July 29.

Called the Vancity Fresh Air Movie Tour, the July 29 event includes the free Princess Bride screening at 9pm plus a mini-festival before the show. The pre-movie fest features Vancity’s Mobile Community Garden (where you can plant a seedling that will grow in the garden to be harvested for local schoolchildren to eat in their school cafeterias) and a showcase for local non-profits and Vancity members. Vancity will also be handing out $5 gift certificates for use at Vancouver Farmers Markets.

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Free Movie at David Lam Park, July 29, from Vancity Fresh Air Movie Tour