City to host drive-in movie series in July

Mayor Martin Walsh announced today the City of Boston July Drive-In Movie Series, a free, family-friendly initiative open to Boston residents that will screen movies at outdoor locations in South Boston and Roxbury on select Wednesday nights in July.

Double-feature showings will take place each Wednesday night for the rest of the month, in addition to a special matinee viewing with the Age Strong Commission. All event attendees must pre-register by car through an RSVP on Eventbrite which can be accessed through boston.gov/drive-in-movies.

"We are proud to offer free, family-friendly entertainment for the people of Boston through the July Drive-in Movie Series," said Mayor Walsh. "We are thankful for the Highland Street Foundation's support to make this happen, and to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and Wentworth Institute of Technology for hosting. Our hope is that these movie nights can provide a safe, fun summer respite for Boston residents of all ages."

"Highland Street Foundation is pleased to partner with the City of Boston to provide the community with an opportunity to enjoy a relaxing, safe evening with loved ones," said Executive Director Blake Jordan.

The drive-in movie screenings are scheduled as follows:

Wednesday, July 8 -- "Moana" at 6:00 p.m.; "Yesterday" at 8:30 p.m. @ Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (Rear Parking Lot) ** Enter via Cypher Street**

Wednesday, July 15 -- TBD at 10:00 a.m. (Age Strong Matinee); "Frozen II" at 6:00 p.m.; "Jurassic Park" at 8:30 p.m. @ Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (Rear Parking Lot) ** Enter via Cypher Street**

Wednesday, July 22 -- "Coco" at 6:00 p.m.; TBD at 8:30 p.m. @ 121 Halleck Street (Parker Street Parking Lot) ** Enter via Halleck Street**

Wednesday, July 29 -- "Trolls" at 6:00 p.m.; "Harriet" at 8:30 p.m. @ 121 Halleck Street (Parker Street Parking Lot) ** Enter via Halleck Street**

The City of Boston Drive-in July Movie Series was organized by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and the Mayor's Office of Tourism, Sports, and Entertainment. This series is made possible by support from the Highland Street Foundation, in partnership with the Age Strong Commission, and host sites, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center and Wentworth Institute of Technology.