San Diego’s Outdoor Movies Showing in August

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Going to the movies is always a fun time, but during the mild summer evenings in San Diego, why not take the experience outdoors? There are outdoor movie showings practically everyday this summer, with all sorts of movies for you to choose from. We’ve rounded up some of the best for you to check out, so bring your lawn chairs, popcorn, and snacks, and kick back and enjoy your outdoor movie outing.

August 1The Parent Trap – Pearl Hotel, Point Loma

What better way to beat the heat than to order a cocktail, take a dip in the pool, then grab some pool lounge chairs and catch a movie while relaxing. Not only will you be able to enjoy this classic film, but you’ll also be treated to a signature San Diego sunset.

August 3Guardians Of The Galaxy  Tecolote Community Park

This park setting is perfect for planning an entire day outing with the family. Set up a picnic, pour up a few glasses of wine while the kids get to play. Then, as the sun sets, settle in and enjoy this fun for all ages film. Plus, you can bring your furry friend – as long as you keep them on a leash.

August 3The SandlotLindo Lake County Park, Lakeside

With face painting for the kids, food trucks on site, a bounce house, and arts and crafts, there’s no shortage of activities here. By the time the movie starts playing, relax and enjoy the cool breeze and this coming of age classic. Who doesn’t love The Sandlot?

August 4The IncrediblesNobel Community Park, University City

Enjoy your very own picnic, along with some adult beverages while the kids run around and play. Leashed and well behave K-9s welcome.

August 7Coming To AmericaStone Brewing, Liberty Station

Beers, bites, and a movie? Can it get any better! Bring your lawn chairs and set up your spot as early as 5 pm. Make sure you grab an ice cold craft brew and check out the Modern Times Beer tap takeover.

August 9 – La La Land – Rooftop Cinema Club

This cinema is situated on the terrace of the Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego, a perfect setting to watch movies under the stars. Get there early to enjoy delicious food, ice cold drinks, stunning views and of course take that perfect skyline selfie.

August 10CocoRobert Egger Sr. South Bay Community Park, Mesa

Food trucks and concessions will be on site with snacks and drinks, so all you need is some beach chairs or a blanket to get cozy. Leashed pups are also welcome.

August 11-12When Harry Met SallyCinema Under The Stars, Mission Hills

This ultimate outdoor movie experience features a massive 20-foot screen with HD projection and surround-sound speakers. You can even reserve single or double zero gravity recliners, loveseat cabanas, or deck chairs and ottomans. They also offer a variety of drinks, snacks and popcorn. Tickets will run you $17-20, but you’re getting the best of the best when it comes to outdoor movies.

August 17A Bug’s Life Flinn Springs County Park, El Cajon

With a bounce house and a “Build a Bug” activity for the kids, this is a perfect time to get the family together for a fun-filled evening.

August 21The Dark KnightStone Brewing, Liberty Station

Another outdoor movie showing at Stone Brewing, this time, you’ll get to see the best superhero film ever created.

August 25Finding Nemo Old Trolley Barn Neighbor, Normal Heights

P Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney? Not quite, but San Diego will have to do. Food, snacks, and drinks will be available, so don’t miss this iconic Disney film that all ages can enjoy.

August 25Rogue One: A Star Wars StoryHorton Plaza Park, Downtown

Arguably the best Star Wars film of all time, experience it in a new way while enjoying the fresh evening air.

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