Watch Disney movies on one of California’s best beaches this summer!
Summer is around the corner and for us on #TeamDisneyExaminer based in Southern California, that means fun in the sun!
The beach is in our backyard and while places like Disneyland are sure to be a destination for many, we know the beach will be nearly if not even more popular with locals and visitors alike. By opting to go to the beach, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on your Disney fix though.
For the second time ever, Huntington State Beach will play host to the event that aims to gather movie fans, beach fans, and summer lovers for a different kind of night at the movies. The organizers of the events, Beachfront Cinema, are looking to have movie nights on one of California’s more popular and scenic beaches and they’ll be playing Disney blockbusters!
Marvel’s Avengers, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Pixar’s Inside Out are all scheduled to play on the beach on one of the largest inflatable movie screens in the world and surround sound system. Bring your food and beach chairs and you’re all set to enjoy the most Disney summer thing you can do!
Tickets for the films start at $15 and can be purchased directly on the Beachfront Cinema website.
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Great idea !!
Our family would love that.
A Lil steep on the price if you ask me.
These are not newly released films. The beach is free to walk on. You are not paying for the air to be cranked on & people are simply sitting on the ground for 15.00 a ticket…
Not very reasonable.
family prices are 11.25 each about the same as a movie
What a way to make a STEEP PROFIT – It should be free – or a very small donation
Sounded great up to the last part where they sneak in that its $15 a ticket for re-play movies…
I’m going to have to get the family in on this!!! What an awesome local secret.
Plus parking? I don’t think so. In Long Beach, movies on the beach are free (Granada Beach). Cheers…