Perhaps as part of the ongoing pro-renovation PR campaign, or perhaps because the powers that be at the Rose Bowl Operating Company love children, the Bowl’s Jumbotrons will be showing family-friendly films all summer long — a sanitary, local alternative to the debauchery over at Hollywood Forever. The full movie schedule isn’t up yet, but the next screening, on June 10th, looks to be The Express, second only in the Dennis Quaid filmography to The Day After Tomorrow. Oh, and Any Given Sunday. And The Parent Trap! So fourth, then — the hits just keep coming with Dennis.
Movies are most Thursdays nights (though two of the June dates are on Tuesday). Gates open at 6, shows start at 7:45. Park for free in Lot F. Tickets are $5, unless you are a high school student with an ID or seven years old or younger, in which case they are free. No outside food or drink, which is kind of a bummer, but concession stands will be open. Folding chairs and blankets encouraged.
The full schedule of dates is available here. It looks like this:
June 10, 17 & 24
July 1, 8, 13 & 20
August 5, 12, 19 & 26
Rose Bowl Family Movie Nights