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Moonlight Cinemas Has Announced The Final Movie Program For This Summer

Marco Ruiz Marco Ruiz - Staff Writer

Moonlight Cinemas Has Announced The Final Movie Program For This Summer

Moonlight Cinema returned to Adelaide on Friday 26 November at a new location. This year, the after-dark film screenings are taking place at Rymill Park (Park 14) and the November/December program was released last month for another season of movie magic beneath the stars.

But just as Moonlight Cinemas do every year, the program is released month by month. Now that we find ourselves in the middle of December and closing down on Christmas, the team have released the movie schedule for January, which will be our last as well. So get your tickets for movie screenings in January because they’re now on sale.

January’s month of movie magic kicks off with the new James Bond No Time To Die and will also feature Dune, Don’t Look Up, Spiderman: No Way Home, and King Richard to name just a few.

Check out the full Moonlight Cinema program here.

The season began with Cruella before The Greatest Showman screened on the first Saturday night. The lead-up to Christmas will feature a bunch of our favourite seasonal films including The Grinch That Stole Christmas, Die Hard, Elf and Home Alone.

Once again, BYO will be available so summer night plans will be as easy as packing picnic rugs and throwing them open on a lush patch of lawn. Obviously, don’t forget the food. But in case you do, or you’re not one to pack ahead, Moonlight Cinemas will have food offerings to satiate your cravings and an onsite bar for your to grab a tipple.

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If you want your own bean bed though, you’ll move quickly and snap up a Gold Grass pass which includes a waiter so you don’t even have to move a muscle unless it’s to eat or drink. Otherwise, bean beds will be available for hire on the day for $10.

And FYI, this year Moonlight Cinemas has gone cashless so just bring along your card.

Screenings kick off at sundown—generally around 8:45 in the summertime) but doors to the venue open at 7pm so you can get there early, pick a spot and settle down for the evening flick. Tickets range from $18-$40.

Head to Moonlight Cinemas for tickets.

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