Like spritzing an email with cologne, blowing kisses at a movie screen is a heartfelt romantic gesture that proves fruitless in attracting movie stars. Experience unrequited love with today's Groupon to Fremont Outdoor Movies. Choose between the following two options:
• For $22, you get a season pass for one person (up to a $45 value).
• For $34, you get season passes for two people (up to a $90 value).
This deal does not include the Red, White, and Dead Zombie Walk event on July 2 or the Dude Fest on August 27.
Celebrating its 19th year of hosting warm-weather cinematic celebrations, Fremont Outdoor Movies showcases everything from cult classics to pop favorites every summer on its nearly 1,000-person-capacity lawn. Ride a motorized lawn chair or a cinephile donkey to Fremont's outdoor theater every Saturday evening from June 25 to August 13. In addition, all season-pass holders receive VIP Express privileges, which allows them to skip to the front of the theater's entrance line. Fremont screens up to nine movies during the course of the summer, starting with the opening-night showing of Shaun of the Dead, preceded by games and contests. Other screenings include Anchorman on July 9, Twilight on July 16, and a Tron-A-Thon on August 13, which features both the 1982 version of Tron and its 2010 sequel, Tron Legacy.
Fremont Outdoor Movies
Most summer weekends, up to 1,000 cineastes flock to Fremont Outdoor Movies for screenings of pop classics, cult favorites, indie films, and video shorts broadcast via Blu-Ray digital projection with 5.1 THX surround sound. Omitting only the cars and the prohibitions against hand holding, Fremont pays homage to the drive-in theaters of old as warm summer evenings slowly fade into warm summer nights. Audiences of all ages bring lawn chairs, rubber floats, and even sofas to enjoy movies such as Raising Arizona, Sideways, and Caddyshack.
Fremont Outdoor Movies believes that the community of an open-air theater is often the best part of the experience. In addition to regular screenings, they also hold special events such as an Edward Scissorhands_–inspired haircutting contest and a Show Us Your Scar contest to celebrate _Young Frankenstein. Outside the theater, cinephiles can cruise a makeshift food court provided by Mobile Food Rodeo.
180 N Canal St.
Seattle, Washington 98103Get Directions