Rock & Roll Fantasy
Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema presents ROCK & ROLL FANTASY, on select Friday nights this summer at Cal Anderson Park.
Unlock your mind and get ready to rock with these fantastic summer movies, full of music and fun!
Come early to enjoy music with 12HR NOTICE DJs and the Shopping Cart Soundsystem!
All screenings are FREE and start at dusk (around 8:30 pm) at the southeast corner of Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park.
Hot popcorn, cold drinks, candy and other concessions will be for sale on site. Limited lawn chair rentals available. Donations to Three Dollar Bill Cinema happily accepted. Proceeds benefit Three Dollar Bill Cinema’s efforts throughout the year to provide voices and visibility for the LGBT community through film and video.
Sound Transit, our Presenting Sponsor for this series is providing a free, innovative, and sustainable cardboard movie chair for your viewing pleasure. Spend $10.00 or more at any Capitol Hill business on the day of movie showing. Then present your receipt at the Shelter House in Cal Anderson Park (starting at 7pm) showing that you’ve shopped, dined or had a drink at a Capitol Hill business and viola, you will get to watch the movie in comfort and style on your very own bumbox. One bumbox per receipt.
An unlikely creative team (the legendary Gene Kelly and THE WARRIORS’ Michael Beck) enlists magical help from a muse (Olivia Newton-John) to make their dream of a nightclub come alive, in a place where nobody dared to go. (1980, 93 min.)
To rescue her baby brother from the clutches of The Goblin King (David Bowie), a daydreaming girl (Jennifer Connelly) must navigate her way through a maze loaded with Jim Henson’s magical puppet creations and captivating musical moments. (1986, 101 min.)
Set in an ultra campy future world of 1994, this mind-blowing, LOL rock opera follows a naïve singing duo struggling to save themselves (and the world!) from the evil plans of a powerful music mogul, Mr. Boogalow. (1980, 86 min.)
In an uptight town where rock music and dancing are against the rules, newcomer Kevin Bacon shakes things up by fighting for his right to get down and cut loose. (1984, 107 min.)