Summer Movie Nights and Cinema Specials Around the Main Line
Summertime and movies are a classic combination! Make it a family movie night at one of these summer showings.
One of the great pleasures of summer is gathering outdoors to watch a movie under the stars on a warm evening. Then again, another special summer treat is escaping into a cool, dark movie theater on a sweltering hot day. This summer, catch a family-friendly flick—either indoors or out—before the season fades away.
565 Wellington Square, Exton
Starting in June, Eagleview Town Center is bringing you a summer filled with evening concerts, movies, and a night market. Movies are on Mondays and concerts are on Tuesdays. See the summer events schedule for showtimes and details.
White’s Road Park, 400 White’s Road, Lansdale
Bring a blanket and popcorn and enjoy the show! Movies start at dusk.
Barrall Field, Media (across from Media Elementary School)
Get the family together, pack some snacks, and join the fun watching a movie under the stars on a two-story inflatable screen. Movies shown monthly and begin at 8 pm.
129 N Narberth Ave, Narberth
The Narberth 2 theater offers $6 admission on Tuesdays. Check their website for movies and showtimes.
Paoli Presbyterian Church, 225 S. Valley Road, Paoli
June 22, July 27, and August 17
BYO chairs or blankets for an outdoor movie showing on the church lawn, beginning at 7 pm on June 22, July 27, and August 17. There will be prepackaged snacks and drinks, but you’re welcome to bring your own. The church can’t legally advertise the movies to be shown, so just ask Miss Felicia the next time you see her or contact the church office.
2903 Walton Road, Plymouth Meeting
The free, weekly summer performances at the GPCC Park Amphitheater alternate between movies and concerts. Performances take place from mid-June until the first week in August. There will be popcorn, candy, and drinks available for purchase, as well as iced treats from The Kona Ice truck.
Conshohocken, Downingtown, King of Prussia, Newtown Square, Oaks
Bring the family to the nearest Regal theater for the 2022 Summer Movie Express series for kids! Summer Movie Express tickets are just $2 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays featuring summer movies the whole family will enjoy. Check participating theaters for movies and showtimes.
Miles Park or Cedar Grove Park, Lafayette Hill
Everyone is invited for a night out in the park where family-friendly films will be projected onto a huge, 40-foot inflatable screen. The parks are transformed into an open-air theater and it is free of charge to attend. Movies begin after dusk. Refreshments and select food items will be available for purchase. Check the movie schedule for parks and locations.
Multiple Locations, Blue Bell
The Whitpain Township Parks & Recreation is hosting outdoor movies and concerts this summer season. Beginning in late May and running into September, the schedule rotates between drive-in style movie showings and outdoor concerts. Movies begin at dusk and are held at Mermaid Lake Park, with one showing at Montgomery County Community College. Concerts begin at 7 pm at the Gazebos at Wentz Run Park or Mermaid Lake Park. See the series webpage for schedule details.
Lead photo courtesy of Eagleview Town Center.