Get swept up in a classic flick in the comfort and elegance of Tampa’s beloved movie palace.
Tampa Theatre, located in Downtown Tampa, will be running different popular film series all summer long! From June through August, you can watch timeless classics at the Tampa Theatre!Come see one of your favorite films this summer under a realistic night sky with twinkling stars.
From Rob Reiner’s take on the Stephen King classic Stand By Me (July 3) and the film that truly put Quentin Tarantino, Samuel Jackson, and black suitcases with glowing mystery objects on the pop culture map, Pulp Fiction (July 10) to flying monkeys, the Lollipop Guild, and young girls and their little dog, too, who might not be in Kansas anymore, The Wizard of Oz (July 17) and a dangerously curious Jimmy Stewart and demure Grace Kelly in a Hitchcock gem, Rear Window (July 24). Oh, and let us not forget to give you an offer you couldn’t refuse with Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, and Diane Keaton joining the memorable Marlon Brando as The Godfather (July 31). Watching one of these classics at Tampa Theatre is the perfect place for date night or for a fun night out with friends.
For more details about this year’s classic film series, click on this event link.
About the Theatre:
The Tampa Theatre, built in 1926, is an elaborate movie palace and world class entertainment center. This historic landmark is a nonprofit organization whose mission is building community through extraordinary entertainment. This theatre hosts more than 700 events per year, including first-run and classic films, concerts, special events, and more! They’ve even been named to the National Register of Historic Places and are a member of the League of Historic American Theatre’s and the Art House Convergence.
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