Outdoor movie events in San Antonio, TX


Nothing screams “summer” like hitting the town for a bit of nighttime cinema under the stars, stretched out on a freshly cut lawn or kicking back in the bed of a truck.

Lucky for you, local business Slab Cinema hosts film screenings all over the Alamo City.

So, whether you’re looking for a romantic date night activity — like a scene out of your favorite rom-com — or just want to hang out with friends, we’ve got you covered with a breakdown of its free summer movie series that will have you feeling like the star in your own motion picture.

🎬 Movies by the Moonlight

All summer long beginning at 7:30 p.m. at Travis Park, Slab Cinema will host a different Marvel movie while guests enjoy tasty eats from local food trucks.
Tues., June 28 | Marvel’s Black Widow

Tues., July 5 | Spider-Man: Homecoming

Tues., July 12 | Black Panther

Tues., July 19 | Doctor Strange

Tues., July 26 | Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

🎬 Hemisfair

BYOBbring your own blanket or lawn chair and watch two different films starring Agent 007 himself, James Bond.
Sat., July 2 | GoldenEye

Sat., July 9 | Skyfall

🎬 Mission Marquee Plaza

Guests are encouraged to bring their pets, pack a picnic, or purchase eats from on-site food trucks. The venue opens at 7 p.m. and the movie begins approximately 15 minutes after dusk.
Sat., July 2 | Sing 2

Sat., July 16 | Captain Marvel

Thurs., July 21 | The Love Bug

Sat., Aug. 6 | Moana

Thus., Aug. 18 | Moana

Sat., Aug. 20 | Eternals

🎬 Confluence Park

Experience the Mission Reach at dusk along with buying tasty snacks from local vendors.

Fri., July 8 | Isle of Dogs

🎬 San Antonio Museum of Art

Get a glimpse of San Antonio legend Tony Parker’s personal collection of life-size superhero statues followed by a movie screening on the lawn at 8 p.m.
Fri., July 8 | Lego Batman

Fri., July 29 | Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)

Pro Tip: if you want to bring the cinema party to you, you can actually rent a massive inflatable screen for your next big celebration.

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