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Street Food Cinema is back in LA for their first full season since 2019!
The moving cinema is returning for their 11th season of bringing movies, music, food, and fun to LA. Their picnic-style movies start back up on April 30th with a showing of Spiderman: No Way Home at the LA State Historic Park. Other locations throughout the summer include The Autry Museum, Verdugo Park, Will Rogers State Historic Park, and many more.
Want to have a fun night out with the family? Street Food Cinema has events for all ages! They provide ratings for each movie on their website. For the younger kids, there is a showing of Free Guy (rated PG) in May at The Autry Museum, or The Princess Bride in June, at the same location. Older kids? Catch Me If You Can (rated PG-13) is playing in celebration of the film’s 20th Anniversary in August at LA State Historic Park.
If you don’t want to pack your own picnic, food trucks are always available. District Burger, Dina’s Dumplings, and Jay’z Tacos will all be at the Spiderman: No Way Home event, and the line-up will change throughout the summer. Check the website for the food trucks that will be at each event; sometimes they add new trucks right up until the day of!
To buy tickets and for more information about each event, head over to the Street Food Cinema website!