BECU ‘Movies@Marymoor’ offers new look and fun outdoor flicks

The series opened on June 28 and will run until Aug. 29 on Wednesdays or Thursdays.

  • Tuesday, July 10, 2018 8:30am
  • Life

The BECU “Movies@Marymoor” kicked off its summer outdoor movie and entertainment series on June 28 with “The Goonies” and live music by Aaron J. Shay.

The weekly series will run on Wednesdays or Thursdays through Aug. 29.

New this year, events will take place in the concert venue at the park. Movies will be projected onto a 40-foot screen hanging from the stage roof. A variety of fun attractions are included at each event including entertainment, food trucks, movie trivia and vendors. Beer and wine will also be available for purchase.

All events are “bring your own seating,” dog friendly and smoke free. Organizers suggest attendees bring blankets, pads and low back or ground chairs for the best seating options.

Admission is $5 per person for cash or $6 for credit with kids ages 5 and under free. Seating opens at 6:30 p.m., and movies start at dusk. Parking is $5 per vehicle.

More information can be found at MoviesatMarymoor.com or facebook.com/moviesatmarymoor. The series is produced by Epic Events.

The 2018 BECU Movies@Marymoor schedule is

  • July 11: Jumanji*
  • July 18: Coco
  • July 25: The Greatest Showman
  • Aug. 2: 10 Things I Hate About You
  • Aug. 8: Thor: Ragnarok
  • Aug. 15: Ferdinand
  • Aug. 22: Black Panther
  • Aug. 29: The Princess Bride

The July 11 showing of Jumanji is also King County’s annual GoGreen Movie Night, offering moviegoers the opportunity to learn and get involved with King County’s environmental efforts. Organizers suggest attendees come early to grab their seat and GoGreen with King County.

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