Summer Movies in the Park 2019

Summer Movies in the Park are planned this summer (2019) at University City area parks including Doyle, Marcy, Nobel, Standley, Villa La Jolla, and University Village. Summer Movies in the Park is a perfect chance for the whole family to relax with family and friends to enjoy a safe and special night under the stars. Movies start at dusk. Bring a blanket, chairs, and a picnic snack. Come early and get a good seat. The Summer Movies in the Park event series began in 2007 as a ‘take back our parks’ initiative, giving local residents a reason to visit their local county and city parks for a free and safe evening event.

Movies in University City parks scheduled for 2019 include:

  • June 1, Saturday, Standley Park: “Everyone’s Hero”
  • June 7, Friday, Nobel Park: “Jumanji Welcome to the Jungle”
  • June 14, Friday, Doyle Park: “How to Train Your Dragon 3”
  • June 29, Saturday, Marcy Park: “Ratatouille”
  • July 19, Friday, Villa La Jolla Park: “Greatest Showman”
  • August 9, Friday, Nobel Park: “How to Train Your Dragon 3”
  • August 10, Saturday, University Village Park: “Incredibles 2”
  • August 16, Saturday, Doyle Park: “Jungle Book”
  • September 7, Saturday, Standley Park: “Ralph Wrecks the Internet”
  • October 4, Friday, Doyle Park: “Casper”

For a schedule of all Summer Movies in the Park planned throughout San Diego this year, visit


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