Movie nights are the best nights

Marlee Wallace

Last month we had the movie weekend of the year with the release of box office hits, Oppenheimer and Barbie! Movie-goers painted the town pink for a night out, seeing Barbie in theaters. Movie nights are the activity from childhood that never get old and somehow get better! Whether it be at a theater, sleepover, drive-in, or the side of a building, movie nights are so special. We have a few fun movie night opportunities coming up downtown that you’re going to want to add to your calendar!

There and Back Cafe’s Movie Under the Stars: The Hobbit Trilogy

There and Back Cafe is hosting an outdoor movie night in Cathedral Square! There’s food and drinks available for purchase and tickets for under $10! Click here for more event info

Sacramento International Film Festival

SFF’s mission is to be a catalyst for greater appreciation of cinema as art, build the local filmmaking community, and work with Hollywood and independents alike to showcase Northern California as a dynamic place to shoot and screen movies.

They’re showing Gift of Fear, an all-Native thriller that tells the story of a young girl, who is hell-bent on solving the murder of her friend.

The festival features movie premieres, panels, and an awards ceremony all in Old Sac at the Railroad Museum. Click here to find the schedule and more info. 


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Coming Soon!

Movies Under the Stars

Movies Under the Stars will make it’s return October 5th! Tickets are going on sale September 14th. This year we are having a People’s Choice week where YOU get to decide the movie.

The choices are:

1.    Monster House

2.    Corpse Bride

3.    Casper

4.    The Sixth Sense

Head over to our instagram to vote now on our stories!