‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ screening at Marymoor Park rescheduled due to cool, wet weather

“Bohemian Rhapsody” has been rescheduled from tonight to July 30 due to weather.

  • Wednesday, July 17, 2019 10:11am
  • Life

Because of expected rain and cool temperatures, the Movies@Marymoor screening of “Bohemian Rhapsody” scheduled for July 17 has been rescheduled to July 30.

The remainder of the popular outdoor cinema schedule is unchanged.

“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” is set to screen on July 24, with Cirque Cadia stilt walkers. “Bohemian Rhapsody” is now scheduled for July 30, and the 1980s action- romance “Top Gun” screens the following night on July 31.

In August, the family animated film “Incredibles 2” takes the screen with live music by The Sweet Goodbyes on Aug. 7, followed by touring musician Brian Ernst and the family baseball classic “The Sandlot” on Aug. 13.

The Aug. 7 event is also King County’s annual GoGreen Movie Night, offering moviegoers the opportunity to learn about a variety of King County programs and services and enter a drawing for free tickets to an upcoming Marymoor Park Concert.

The final two events feature the all-time musical classic “Grease” on Aug. 22 with pre-movie grooving by DJ Disco Vinnie, and the series finale on Aug. 28 with outdoor cinema favorite “The Princess Bride” and Cirque Cadia performers.

All BECU Movies@Marymoor events feature entertainment and food trucks including Charlie’s Buns n’ Stuff, Buddha Bruddah mixed plates, Express Mexican Kitchen, Bangkok Fry House, Oskar’s Pizza, Caramia’s Sweetie Treaties and Custom Kettle Corn.

Movies are shown on a 40-foot movie screen in the big, beautiful grass expanse of MacNair Field in the middle of Marymoor Park. All events are “bring your own seating,” dog friendly and smoke free. Admission is $5 per person cash or $6 credit with kids age 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.


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