Free outdoor movies coming to Georgetown

Starting next Tuesday night, the Georgetown Business Improvement District will begin screening outdoor movies at the Georgetown Waterfront Park.

The Sunset Cinema series will kick off with St. Elmo’s Fire on July 7. State of Play will play on the 14th of July, No Way Out on the 21st, and Burn After Reading on the 28th. A fifth and final yet to-be-announced movie will be screened on August 4. 

In the release by BID, vice president of the organization Nancy Miyahira said, “We are delighted to invite the community to experience the magic of this setting, an incredible blend of urban and natural, while enjoying movies and the other entertaining experiences available in Georgetown.”

Head over to K/Water Street and Cecil Place NW for movies starting on the 7th. Admission is free and open to the public. Movies start at sunset.

Photo: specimenlife via Flickr


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