Omaha, Neb. – From Mean Girls to the recently released Raya and the Last Dragon, Monday Night Movies returns for the ninth season, following a break due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The highly anticipated summer series, which draws thousands to Omaha’s Turner Park, opens its 2021 run on Monday, June 7, and continues every Monday evening in June, with the fourth and final showing on June 28. In keeping with tradition, all of the outdoor movies – free and open to the public – will roll at sunset on a 26-foot inflatable screen. Concessions from Cold Stone Creamery will be available for purchase.
For the added convenience of its guests, Midtown Crossing offers three hours of free garage parking with validation. On-street parking is also free after 9 p.m.
For all event listings happening in Midtown Crossing at Turner Park this summer, click here.
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