Eat See Hear With Movies, Music & Food Trucks Events & Schedule
Taking full advantage of the Los Angeles weather and the fun times in the summertime, the company Eat See Hear launches its series of summertime festivals with a showing of the movie “The Sandlot” on Saturday, July 15.
The events involve outdoor movies, music featuring up-and-coming local bands and food trucks at different locations throughout the city. The first event is taking place at the Autry Museum in Griffith Park. Other movies dates are July 22, July 29, Aug. 5, Aug. 12, Aug. 19 and Aug. 25. Events at the Autry include entry into the museum.
These events are like picnics on a lawn and people can bring low beach or lawn chairs, blankets and even their own food and beverages.
They are different from the Cinespia movie nights at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery, a popular Los Angeles summertime event, which features movies with a DJ that runs thru Aug. 26. Los Angeles also has free movies on the beach in Hermosa Beach on Saturdays this summer and on Tuesdays and Thursdays in Long Beach from June thru Aug. 15.
The Eat See Hear movies are ticketed events with three prices: $14 general admission (plus a $1.76 processing fee) and $21 (plus $2.15 processing fee) for Air New Zealand Fashionably Late tickets for a reserved area; otherwise it’s first-come, first-served as far as seating is concerned. Children’s tickets are $8 for ages 12 and under.
The July 22 movie is “Die Hard” and the location is the LA State Historic Park. On July 29, it’s “Young Frankenstein” at the Autry Museum, on Aug. 5 it’s “Mean Girls” is at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall, on Aug. 12, it’s #When Harry Met Sally” at the Autry and on Aug. 19 it’s “Raiders Of the Lost Ark” at La Cienega Park.
The Aug. 25 event is a special one being held at the Rose Bowl for a screening of “Depeche Mode 101.” Tickets for that event are priced at $20, $27 and $13 for children.
Presented by Showtime, the events start at 5:30 p.m., and go until 11. The movies are shown on a 52-foot screen. These are all dog-friendly events.
Tickets are available on the event’s website at: www.eatseehear.com.