[Update May 8 at 11:33 p.m.: The film Bridesmaids has been added to the lineup for Monday, June 12. Bands have also been added to the lineup, which is updated below.]

In less than a month, Film on the Rocks returns for its 18th season. Nine movies are scheduled to hit the big screen for 2017. Several films on the list will show in tandem with their anniversaries such as the 10th birthday of Superbad and the 20th of Fifth Element which will show in a new 4K restoration. Also notable on the lineup is a Grateful Dead documentary which will screen in advance of its June 2 Amazon Prime release. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with each film preceded by a live concert and local comedian. Movies start at dusk.

General Admission tickets will go on sale Friday, April 21 and cost $15 for general admission, with a price increase for day of tickets. Full concert details for the season will also be announced on April 21.

Monday, May 15 – SUPERBAD with The Other Black and Sur Ellz
Monday, May 22 – ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY with The Haunted Windchimes and The Milk Blossoms
Thursday, May 25 – LONG STRANGE TRIP with the Arthur Lee Land Trio, Great American Taxi, Circles Around The Sun and special guests
Monday, June 5 – DIRTY DANCING with LOLO and Natalie Tate
Monday, June 12 – BRIDESMAIDS with Edison
Monday, June 19 – THE FIFTH ELEMENT with Slow Caves and DéCollage
Monday, July 17 – THE LEGO MOVIE with School of Rock
Thursday, July 20THE ADVENTURES OF PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT with DJ Markie, DJ Stone Cox, Kai Lee Mykels, Felony Misdemeanor, Yvie Oddly, Khrys’taaal, Jessica L’Whor and Nina Montaldo
Monday, September 11 – TWISTER with The Gasoline Lollipops

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  1. Mikee

    Seriously, Twister? That’s one of the worst movies of all time. No that one and do, “The Big Lebowski” again this year.

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