Movies Under the Stars

Enjoy big fun at the big screens.
You can catch movies on the river all summer at Nightlight 513’s Covington Plaza screenings.


So you want to watch a movie with friends, but you don’t want to waste the weather of a beautiful summer night. Head to one of these outdoor screenings and you’ll be living the best of both worlds.

Starlite Drive-In

The area’s last remaining first-run drive-in theater (featured on the issue cover) has double-feature screenings six nights a week starting at dusk, with single “retro” films on Mondays. Buy tickets and popcorn ahead of time online. Adults 12 and over $10, seniors $8, children $6. 2255 State Rt. 125, Amelia,

Nightlight 513

The adults-only movie series is held June 6 and 28; July 18; August 1, 15, and 30; and September 6 at Covington Plaza (the foot of Madison Avenue) with food trucks, bar drinks, and pre-film DJ. Early entry tickets (7 p.m.) are $14.99, general admission is $10.99; movies start at dusk.

Free Movies in the Parks

Ziegler Park (Over-the-Rhine) has movies every Wednesday at 9 p.m. on the great lawn from May 29 to September 25.

Summit Park (Blue Ash) opens its movie series with Wonka June 6 and closes with Barbie July 25. Shows start at dusk.

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