With Frozen’s high popularity, it’s not a surprise that so many communities are showing Elsa and Aunna’s struggles and love at free movie series or outdoor movie festivals. But if you decided to go sing with the crowd at every outdoor showing, how many times would you see Frozen? It’s more than once a month and about once a week (if they weren’t scheduled on the same day!) You may have some traveling to do to catch most of the shows in Utah, but it could be a lot of fun – especially for the you (and the young at heart!)
So in order of date, so you don’t miss a single show, Frozen plays at:
- May 30: Kearns (ok – so we missed this one. Just make a picnic in your living room and pretend you are watching it so we can count it!)
- June 6: South Jordan South City Park. Movie begins at 9:30.
- June 14: Kaysville at Heritage Park (200 North 100 E).
- June 20: Millcreek – Evergreen Park (2266 Evergreen Ave). Movie begins at dusk (approximately 8:45 pm). Before the movie you can enjoy fun activities, live entertainment and Millcreek Farmers Market.
- June 20: Draper Amplitheater. 944 E. Vestry Road. Movies start at 9:15 p.m.; preshow entertainment starts at 8.
- July 4: Snowbird Resort. Shows start at dusk on the Plaza Deck.
- July 11: Pleasant Grove. Shows start at 9pm on the east side of the Community Center (547 Locust Ave)
- July 11: Centerville at Founders Park at dusk.
- July 11: St. George. Starting at dusk. Located at Town Square.
- August 11: Ogden Amplitheater. Preshow starts at 7pm, movie starts at dusk. At 343 25th Street.
- Aug 22: Magna. Pleasant Green Park, 3729 S. 8400 West. Movies begin at 8 pm.
- August 29: Red Butte Garden – 300 Wakara Way, Sundance Institute Summer Series. Movies start at 9 pm, gates open at 7:30 pm.
At least 12 times!!!
Plus, Salt Lake City, Cottonwood Heights, and the Gallivan Center haven’t announced their movies yet – just dates, so you may actually be about to see it three more times!
Honestly, if you saw it every showing would you be sick of it yet?