Do you remember drive in movies? They are pretty hard to find but outdoor movies are offered throughout the summer with some great choices and locations in Bethesda and all around DC.  Check them out!

Georgetown’s Annual Sunset Cinema Outdoor Movie Series
Tuesday nights at sunset starting July 10-August 7, join the Georgetown Business Improvement District for Georgetown’s Annual Sunset Cinema series. Their 2018 theme is Movies That Rock, featuring iconic movies with a musical storyline. Arrive early to picnic and to get the best seating! Favorites include Pitch Perfect and Footloose

Georgetown Waterfront Park

NoMa Summer Screen
This year’s Wonder Women- themed NoMa Summer Screen features, appropriately enough, a variety of movies with strong female leads. The three month film series starts on Wednesday, June 6 and runs weekly through August 29. MoanaMulan and, of course, Wonder Woman are amongst those that will be featured.

1150 FIRST St., NE

Canal Park Outdoor Movie Series
See your favorite stars beneath the stars at the Capitol Riverfront’s Canal Park Outdoor Movie Series. Catch films every Thursday evening at sundown from June 7 through August 23. Options range from A League of Their Own to The Greatest Showman

Capitol Riverfront near the Navy Yard Metro

Golden Triangle Cinema
Farragut Square is where it’s at Friday nights at sundown from June 1-August 3. They have current, old school and animated movies. Fam faves from Coco and Beauty and Beast to La La Land and Casablanca will be shown

Farragut Square

Bethesda Outdoor Movies
Enjoy five nights of blockbuster hits at downtown Bethesda’s 14th annual outdoor movie series! Head to the Woodmont Triangle area of Bethesda where they will bring five days of flicks al fresco the last week of July. Kid friendly suggestions are Remember the Titans and Casablanca.

Corner of Norfolk & Auburn Aves. (Bethesda, Md)

Comcast Outdoor Film Festival
Spend the last days of summer under the stars from Saturday through Monday, August 23-26, at the 22nd Annual Comcast Outdoor Film Festival. The country’s original outdoor film festival is heading back to Strathmore in Montgomery County. Catch recent hits like Black Panther along with classic favorites like The Lion KingMovies are free and benefit NIH Children’s Charities.

5301 Tuckerman Ln. (North Bethesda, Md)