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One of my family's favorite summer activities is seeing a movie. We love an outdoor movie under the stars, an icy cold theater on a sweltering afternoon or (our favorite!) a double feature at the drive in. There are so many annual summer movie events to choose from. There is Leiper's Fork Lawnchair Theatre, Nashville Scene's Movies in the Park, Movies in the Park Franklin, Zoovie Nights at The Nashville ZooMovies in the Park Mt Juliet, Movies Under the Stars in Murfreesboro and so many more! This list will grow all summer long so check back often.

Summer Movies in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

 

Stardust Drive-In  Watertown (Map)

First run movies every night of the week on 2 screens during summer.

Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only in April and May. Open daily in June & July.
Box office opens at 6PM.

Cost: $8.50 per person age 12 & up
Kids (age 6-11) $6.50
Kids 5 & under are free

Concessions are available.  You may also purchase a ‘food permit' for $6 per car in order to bring in outside food.
Cash & Credit/Debit cards are accepted at the box office and concessions.

Franklin Drive-IN Theatre – KY (Map)

First run movies every Friday, Saturday & Sunday night.
Gates open at 6:15 PM on Friday & Saturday   6:30 PM on Sunday
Cost :  $15 carload of up to 3 people   $20 carload for 4 or more people age 5 & up
Cash only accepted at the box office

Concessions available.  Debit cards accepted for concessions.
No outside food or drinks allowed unless you purchase the $5 permit at the box office.

 

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For more ideas of fun check out our 2018 Nashville Summer Guide!

About Rachel Kline

Rachel KlineRachel is a Middle Tennessee native, born and raised in the Nashville area and having lived in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, and Mount Juliet. She is mom to 3, step mom to 4 and Grandma to one (so far!)