This winter, Eat, Drink & get Cozy on King St

3 Jun 2021

You'll be thrilled to see the return of our popular Movies in the Park for a winter edition on Saturday, 26 June!

King St's free open-air cinema will be hosted in Alexandria Park, adjacent to King St in the Brisbane Showgrounds, with free popcorn, roving winter-themed entertainment and even a snow machine! 

Little guests will love the screening of Abominable (PG) at 5:15 pm, while classic rom-com The Holiday (PG-13) will be shown at (approximately) 7:30pm — you can register for one or both sessions here, and registrations are mandatory to ensure COVID-safe compliance. BOOK HERE

Dogs are welcome too (just be sure to clean up after them)!

We'll have some give-aways to keep you warm, but guests are encouraged to bring your own picnic blankets and cushions so you can really get comfortable — those with chairs are kindly requested to sit towards the back to ensure everyone has a great view!

A coffee and gelato cart from La Macelleria will be onsite for you to purchase some tasty treats. 

And you can organise a take-away dinner to enjoy while watching your movie of choice! Check out some of the options here

This is a family-friendly FREE night for everyone and will include:

  • roving entertainment
  • live jazz before the movies kick off
  • a King St gift voucher for each group in attendance to put towards dinner
  • and free give-aways including kids' activity packs, doggie treats, popcorn & more!

Alexandria Park showing the open green space and Building 8 in the background - the location of the movies.   A lady holding some La Macelleria gelato, which will be at the Movies in the Park, with a coffee cart too.

PLUS, you could win a VIP experience at our Winter Movies in the Park - just head to our Instagram page to find out more. 

Alcohol and glass are not permitted. 

There is FREE 3-hour parking in the King St carpark (entry via Machinery Street) all day on Saturday, and if you park more than 3 hours, the charge is capped at just $10. Find out more here.  

Published:  4 June 2021