L.A.’s largest outdoor movie series is back with Blockbuster hits, live music, food trucks, and great weather – what more can you ask for?
After successfully pivoting to the drive-in format during the lockdown, Street Food Cinema is back to its old self and better than ever before. This season it will be celebrating its 10th year of creating movie magic for music-loving foodies. By bringing together the best in pop culture films, gourmet street food, and progressive new music, SFC will change your perspective on viewing parties indefinitely. Even if you’ve seen these movies before, you’ve never experienced them like this.
There’ll be 8 incredible outdoor locations to choose from, including the iconic Griffith Park, West Drift Manhattan Beach and LA State Historic Park. As for the food, you can expect anything from your favorite taco vendors to mouthwatering waffle creations. You’ll even have cocktails, micro-brews and wines available to make the city’s skyline twinkle a little brighter.
The company is known for pairing blockbuster films and scrumptious truck food in magical al fresco settings. If you’ve attended their festive Yuletide Cinemaland pop-up at Santa Anita Park or the sold-out events at King Gillette Ranch in Malibu, then you know they never disappoint. You’ll watch a technicolor sunset with a live performance from a well-loved band or artist before you get ready to soak up all the nostalgia under the stars.
You never know who may pop up for a screening! Past special guests include Lea Thompson (Back to the Future), John Singleton (Boyz N The Hood), Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing) and Justin Hurwitz (La La Land)…so who knows who you could meet this year!
Grab your family and friends and kick off summer under the Southern California stars. Shows are every Saturday at two locations and tickets are $23.
Find the full film schedule, performing artists and vendors for each viewing here:
August 14: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off at Westdrift Golf Course
August 14: The Princess Bride at King Gillette Ranch
August 21: Men In Black at Victory Park
August 21: Big at Will Rogers State Historic Park
August 28: One Night In Miami at Veterans Memorial Park
August 28: Aladdin (2019) at Verdugo Park
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