Front Porch Cinema At The Pier

September 26, 2012 — Leave a comment
Relive the yellow-brick road, the Wicked Witch, the Lion, Tinman, and Scarecrow. This is two hours of classic nostalgia you don’t want to miss! Visit Front Porch Cinema at the Pier for a classic movie night feature of The Wizard Of Oz. 
Unwind on the front porch of California after a long week. They have films, food, drink, and DJs each Friday night this Fall. Oh, and the movies are really good too, and free! There are even old-timey lawn chairs for rent that melt away the stress of the week while you relax and enjoy the ocean breeze.

Upcoming films:

September 28 – Wizard Of Oz
October 5 – Hunger Games
October 12 – Exit Through The Gift Shop
October 19 – 500 Days Of Summer

WHAT: Front Porch Cinema At The Pier
WHERE: Santa Monica Pier | 200 Santa Monica Pier, Suite A | Santa Monica, CA 90401
WHEN: Friday, September 28th, 2012 | Music 6:00 pm | Film 7:30 pm

CONTACT INFO: info@eatseehear.com

DETAILS:

  • Parking: There is parking on the Pier deck, accessible via the ramp at Ocean and Colorado. There are also two lower lots accessible via Appian Way. Click here for a map. Or call (310) 458-8295 for seasonal hours and rates.

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