Where to watch free summer outdoor movies in Utah

Published: Thursday, July 10 2014 7:18 p.m. MDT

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American Fork Days - "Despicable Me"
Date: July 18
Location: American Fork Amphitheater, 851 E. 700 N., American Fork

Spanish Fork Fiesta Days - "Despicable Me"
Date: July 18
Location: Sports Park, 295 W. Volunteer Drive (950 S. Main Street), Spanish Fork

Uintah County Fair Movie - "The Lego Movie"
Date: July 25
Location: 300 E. 200 S., Vernal

Tremonton Days - "The Lego Movie"
Date: July 25
Location: Shuman Park, 200 N. Tremont St., Tremonton

Highland City Movie in the Park - TBA
Date: July 28
Location: 10400 Alpine Hwy., Highland

Herriman City - "The Croods"
Date: Aug. 1
Location: W&M Butterfield Park, 6212 W. 14200 S., Herriman

Millard County Fair Movie Night - Movie to be announced
Date: Aug. 7
Location: Millard County Fairgrounds, 187 South Manzanita Ave., Delta
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Salt Lake City, UT

Magna Movies in the Park:

Jul 11 - Iron Man 3
Jul 18 - Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
Jul 25 - Thor: The Dark World
Aug 01 - Men In Black 3
Aug 08 - Despicable Me 2
Aug 15 - Lego Movie
Aug 22 - Frozen

Pleasant Green Park
3250 S. 8400 W., Magna, UT

Movies begin at sundown.

Find more information at:

Stephen in Orem

Thanksgiving Point also has family-friendly outdoor movies at their Waterfall Amphitheater every Saturday night as a part of their Outdoor Movie Series. I couldn't post the website, but you can search the web for, "Thanksgiving Point outdoor movie series" to find it.

While the movies are not free for everyone, they are free for Thanksgiving Point members.

City of Taylorsville PIO
Taylorsville, UT

The City of Taylorsville has 2015 Movies in the Park outside of Taylorsville City Hall located at 2600 West Taylorsville Blvd. in Taylorsville.Free Movie & Free Popcorn - Bring your family, blankets, and chairs!

August 15th at 9:00 p.m. - Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

August 29th at 9:00 p.m. - E.T.

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