The line up is out and this Summer’s movies in Fremont are some of the best. Many of them with a special themed event to go along with it. Such as a viewing of Caddyshack with a beer garden/mini golf/pub crawl. Don’t ask me how it works now, but I could certainly follow up with my review.
Some classics and even some more recent blockbusters will show during this season’s Fremont Outdoor Movie events on the big screen located at 3501 Phinney Ave North Seattle, WA 98103 . The cinema screen is directly in the U-Park parking lot by Fremont Studios.
Quite fitting, this summer’s movies kicks off this Saturday night with the 20th anniversary of the movie Singles – the flick centers on the lives of a group of young people, mostly in their 20s, living in an apartment block in Seattle.
The great favorite will be back again this year: Red, White and Dead Zombie Walk. This year marks the fourth year of one of the largest flash mobs to infect the 4th of July weekend in the (Dead) Center of the Universe. Last year, over 7,000 people showed up to help go after a Guinness World Record from previously with New jersey for 4,522 costumed people. Plus it includes a Thriller Dance, Fashionably Undead costume contest, charity beer garden and live music and food trucks.
I snapped a photo of the line up the other day when I was walking home from work. Check it out, pick your fav (personal devotion to Top Gun for this girl) and show up.