SuperTalk's Giant Screen Outdoor Movies are Back
Our Next Free Family Movie at The Pinnacle in Bristol will be July 23rd
 

The Tri-Cities most popular outdoor movie events are back and at a new location with more movies. It's the SuperTalk 92.9 Giant Screen Outdoor Movies at the Pinnacle presented by the Food City Kids Club.

Our Giant Screen Outdoor Movies are always family-friendly and free to everyone. Our next movie will be on Thursday, July 23rd. Everyone is invited to bring their lawn chairs, blankets, and the whole family for a fun night out under the stars. Activities will feature some limited games and drawings for prizes prior to sunset, and the movie starts at dusk!

Mark your calendars for all remaining movie nights. The dates are July 23 and 30 and August 6 and 13. There is no charge for the movies and thereís plenty of free parking, too. Some refreshments will be available for purchase.

The Giant Screen Outdoor Movies are sponsored by Food City Kidís Club, The Pinnacle, and SuperTalk 92.9. For more than a dozen years we have hosted the free Giant Screen Outdoor Movies, and the community has come to truly enjoy the outdoor movie events with thousands and thousands of folks attending the Giant Screen Movies over the years.

 
 
 
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