Movie Mondays At Boulevard Pool

Monday night is Hollywood movie night at the Boulevard Pool on the scenic rooftop of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas; As part of the Summer movie series they screen a different movie every Monday night on the big screen next to the pool. Tonight’s movie is the 1986 comedy classic Ferris Bueller’s Day off with Mathew Broderick playing the lead. The movie is free for hotel guests and children younger than 5 but is a $5 admission for everyone else. The doors open at 7 pm and movie themed food as well as drinks are available.

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Free Movie Tonight At Town Square

Tonight at the Town Square outdoor mall on the South Strip is another chance to see a free movie being shown with tonight’s family movie being ‘Cloudy with a chance of rain meatballs 2′ in an outdoor area they call The Green at the Town Square. The movie will be shown on a 25 by 35 foot screen at sundown with free admission and if you want to get a good spot or watch the free entertainment before the show you might want to get there early. The movie is part of the Town Square Summer Movie Series where they show G and PG rated movies for free every Thursday night during the Summer weather permitting. If you are not familiar with the Town Square open air mall it is on Las Vegas Blvd but quite a bit South of the Mandalay Bay so you might want to get a cab or bus or drive to the movie.

Free Movie At Town Square Tonight

Tonight if you are a local or a tourist looking for something a little different to do you might want to check out the Smurfs 2 movie being shown on the area they call The Green at the Town Square open air mall. The movie will be shown on a 25 by 35 foot screen at sundown with free admission and if you want to get a good spot or watch the free entertainment before the show you might want to get there early. The movie is part of the Town Square Summer Movie Series where they show G and PG rated movies for free every Thursday night during the Summer weather permitting. If you are not familiar with the Town Square open air mall it is on Las Vegas Blvd but quite a bit South of the Mandalay Bay so you might want to get a cab or bus or drive as a long walk in the August heat wouldn’t be fun.