If you’re a Colorado Native or have lived in Denver for years, you know the storied history of the Historic Elitch Theatre (4550 W. 38th Ave.) in Denver. Today, the 130-year-old Theatre has returned as a hub for culture, arts and theatre in Denver. With several major restorations over the years, the theater regularly hosts movie nights, tours and community events. In fact, it’s Denver’s oldest cultural venue.
And the fun and memories continue with its Outdoor Summer Films Series in 2022.
Join the iconic cultural venue for an evening under the stars! Bring your own blankets and lawn-chairs for a night of entertainment and family fun.
Pre-show entertainment starts at 7 p.m. and films begin at dusk.
Please note the following:
Admission is FREE, but donations are greatly appreciated.
Food & concessions available — all proceeds benefit the Theatre.
Bring your own chairs and blankets. (Full-size chairs are allowed, but you will be asked to sit toward the back half of the lawn.)
Dogs are allowed, but not encouraged because of the chaos and disruption they may cause other attendees. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times. Any dogs (and their pet parents) causing disruption will be asked to leave.
Arrive early, as space is limited and a full house is expected each night.
Here’s the line-up for 2022:
Friday, July 8 – The Greatest Showman
Friday, July 22 – Sing 2
Friday, August 5 – In The Heights
Friday, August 19 – Encanto