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Movies in the Parking Lot Canceled for Saturday, July 25

07/24/2020
3:05 PM

Bernalillo County’s popular Movies in the Park series is canceled for tomorrow, Saturday, July 25 due to inclement weather predictions.

The movie, Lion King, has been rescheduled for Thursday, July 30. The movie will be shown at dusk at the parking lot of the Isleta Amphitheater at 5601 University Blvd, south of Rio Bravo.

Movies in the Park is free of charge and is on a first-come, first-served basis. Gates will open at 7 p.m. Cars will be parked in every other space and moviegoers are allowed to sit outside but only directly in front of their cars, in their assigned space. No one will be allowed to sit in spaces between cars. Social distancing will be observed and enforced by security.

Outside food and drink is permitted, but alcohol is not. Food trucks will be onsite. Attendees are required to wear a mask when venturing away from their vehicle or family for food or restrooms. Dogs are permitted onsite, but must be on a leash, and patrons must scoop their pet’s poop.

For more information, please call the Moves in the Park hotline at 505-314-0477 or visit bernco.gov/mitp.

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