Last chance for Movies in the Park this season - Tucson News Now

Last chance for Movies in the Park this season

(Source: SAACA/ Cox Communications) (Source: SAACA/ Cox Communications)
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Cox Communications is hosting its annual free Movies in the Park series at Reid Park (900 S. Randolph Way) and this Friday, July 20 is your last chance this season to catch a free movie! 

In addition to the movies, the evenings offer entertainment and games for all ages beginning at 6 p.m. with the movie starting around 7:45 p.m.

Food trucks will be stationed on site at Reid Park’s DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center and picnics are welcome – but no fires or grilling!

Movies in the Park Schedule

  • Star Wars The Last Jedi – Friday, July 20

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