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Summer Movies in Nashville and Middle Tennessee

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. COVID 19 has cancelled many of the traditional movie events that we all love in Nashville this summer but don’t despair! There’s still a few ways to enjoy a movie with your family this summer. Check this list throughout the summer, we’ll keep adding events until Labor Day!

Stardust Drive-In  Watertown (Map)

Movies every night of the week on 2 screens during summer. 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 $8 per car in order to bring in outside food.
Cash & Credit/Debit cards are accepted at the box office and concessions.

The Moonlite Drive-in – Woodbury (Map)

Movies on Friday, Saturday & Sunday night on 2 screens. Gates open at 6PM

Cost: $8 per person age 5 & up
Kids 5 & under are free

Concessions are available. You may also purchase a ‘food permit’ for $8 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 Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Gates open at 6:15 PM on Friday & Saturday   6:30 PM on Sunday
Cost :  $15 per car per single movie
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.

There are no upcoming events at this time.
Rachel Kline

Rachel 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!)

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