Movies at Marymoor is just one of many local outdoor film offerings. Photo by Erinn J. Hale

Movies at Marymoor is just one of many local outdoor film offerings. Photo by Erinn J. Hale

Seattle Outdoor Movie Calendar 2018

Journey from Wakanda to a galaxy far, far away with this year’s summer film slate.

Movies at Marymoor

Marymoor Park, $5, epiceap.com

June 28 The Goonies

July 5 Wonder Woman

July 11 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

July 18 Coco

July 25 The Greatest Showman

Aug 2 10 Things I Hate About You

Aug 8 Thor: Ragnarok

Aug 17 Ferdinand

Aug 24 Black Panther

Aug 29 The Princess Bride

Seattle Outdoor Cinema

SLU Discovery Center Lawn, Free, 21+, seattleoutdoormovies.com

June 16 The Goonies

July 21 Jurassic Park

Aug 25 Black Panther

Movies at the Mural

Seattle Center, Free, seattlecenter.com

July 28 The Princess Bride

Aug 4 Get Out

Aug 11 Little Shop of Horrors

Aug 18 I Am Not Your Negro

Aug 25 Wonder Woman

West Seattle Outdoor Movies

3622 S.W. Snoqualmie St., Free, westseattlemovies.blogspot.com

July 21 Wonder Woman

July 28 The Secret Life of Pets

Aug 4 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Aug 11 A Wrinkle in Time

Aug 18 Coco

Aug 25 Black Panther

Crossroads Movies at the Park

Crossroads Community Park, Free, parks.bellevuewa.gov

Aug 2 Coco

Aug 9 Wonder

Aug 16 Cars 3

Aug 23 Beauty and the Beast (2017)

Downtown Movies at the Park

Bellevue Downtown Park, Free, parks.bellevuewa.gov

July 10 Despicable Me 3

July 17 Boss Baby

July 24 The Lego Ninjago Movie

July 31 Goodbye Christopher Robin

Aug 7 Paddington 2

Aug 14 The Greatest Showman

Aug 21 Ferdinand

Aug 28 Ghostbusters (1984)

Movies in the Plaza

Carillon Point Plaza, $5, carillon-point.com

July 7 Despicable Me 3

July 21 The Wedding Singer

Aug 4 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Aug 18 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Summer Sounds and Cinema

Lea Hill Park (Auburn), Free, auburnwa.gov

July 27 Despicable Me 3

Aug 3 Coco

Aug 10 Raiders of the Lost Ark

Movies at the Marina

Shilshole Bay Marina, Free, portseattle.org

Aug 3 Overboard (1987)

Aug 17 Moana

Bite of Seattle

Seattle Center, Free, biteofseattle.com

July 20 A League of Their Own

Skyway Outdoor Cinema

12610 76th Ave. S., Free, mywesthill.org

Aug 3 Coco

Aug 10 Wonder Woman

Aug 17 Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Aug 24 Black Panther

LeMay Car Museum’s Drive-In Movie Series

LeMay Car Museum, Free, americascarmuseum.org

July 7 Jaws

July 21 Cars 3

Aug 11 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Center City Cinema

Free, seattle.gov/parks

Cascade Park

July 6 Wonder Woman

July 20 Coco

July 27 WALL-E

Westlake Park

July 13 Wonder Woman

July 20 Coco

Aug 3 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Aug 10 Sleepless in Seattle

Aug 17 Hook

Aug 24 Black Panther

Hing Hay Park

Aug 4 Rumble in the Bronx

Aug 11 Mulan (sing-along)

Aug 18 Iron Monkey

Aug 25 Allegiance: The Musical

Denny Park

Aug 17 Black Panther

Aug 24 Coco

Freeway Park

Aug 10 A League of Their Own

Bell Street Park

Aug 31 Black Panther

Jefferson Community Center

July 13 Jumanji

July 20 Monsters Inc.

Aug 24 Monster’s University

Films in the Field

Park Ridge Community Church (Bothell), Free, parkridgeonline.org

July 18 Wonder

July 25 The Incredibles

Aug 1 Back to the Future

Aug 8 The Greatest Showman

Aug 15 WALL-E

Aug 22 Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Peddler Brewing Company Outdoor Movie Nights

Peddler Brewing Company, Free, peddlerbrewing.com

June 7 Big

June 14 10 Things I Hate About You

June 21 The Princess Bride

June 28 Old School

July 7 The Sandlot

July 12 Mean Girls

July 19 Zoolander

July 26 The Goonies

Aug 9 Raiders of the Lost Ark

Aug 16 Wedding Crashers

Aug 23 Super Troopers

Aug 30 Bridesmaids

Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema

Cal Anderson Park, Free, threedollarbillcinema.org

Aug 17 Sister Act

Aug 24 The Devil Wears Prada

Aug 31 To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar

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