Friday, July 11
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
(1986, 102 minutes, color)
Directed by John Hughes;
starring Matthew Broderick, Mia Sara, Alan Ruck, Jennifer Grey, and Jeffrey Jones


A wise guy is determined to have a day off from high school with his best friends, while a suspicious principal tries to prove he is playing hooky.
Friday, July 18
Funny Face
(1957, 103 minutes, color)
Directed by Stanley Donen;
starring Audrey Hepburn, Fred Astaire, and Kay Thompson


An impromptu photo shoot at a Greenwich Village bookstore leads to the fashion-model discovery of a shop clerk who isn't crazy about the idea.
Friday, July 25
Field of Dreams
(1989, 107 minutes, color)
Directed by Phil Alden Robinson;
starring Kevin Costner, Amy Madigan, James Earl Jones, Ray Liotta, and Burt Lancaster


Hearing voices commanding him to construct a baseball diamond in his fields, an Iowa farmer sets out to discover whether the notorious Chicago "Black Sox" can play ball again.
Friday, August 1
Meet Me in St. Louis
(1945, 113 minutes, color)
Directed by Vincente Minnelli;
starring Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, Mary Astor, and Lucille Bremer


The four Smith daughters learn lessons of life and love they prepare for a reluctant move to New York that will force them to miss the upcoming World's Fair.
Bring your own picnic or come early and enjoy our third annual Food Truck Fest presented by Sauce Magazine. Food Truck service will begin at 7:00 pm.

Located in the East Building, the Museum's Panorama Restaurant will also be open until 9:00 pm. It offers full service in an elegant setting.

Located on Level 1, the Cafe will serve casual fare. It will be open until 9:00 pm.


 

Food truck lineup varies by week. Food trucks accept cash, credit and debit cards. The concession stand is cash only.
There is not an ATM onsite. The nearest one is located at Lindell Bank on the corner of Clayton and McCausland.
Friday, July 11
Rhythm Section Road Show


The Rhymthm Section Road Show is a soul-jazz band, presented by an ever-changing lineup of St. Louis's finest live musicians and anchored by bassist Andy Coco, host of KDHX's "The Rhythm Section."
Friday, July 18
Brothers Lazaroff


Brothers Lazaroff is a band that melds genres, and they might share brainwaves, too. The brothers are equipped with earnest songwriting and an earthy sound that's peppered with jazz-inspired riffs and fuzzy solos.
Friday, July 25
iLLPHONiCS


iLLPHONiCS has been recording and performing around St. Louis since 2006. Originally a recording project called Fallout and Friends, iLLPHONiCS has gained respect and admiration throughout the St. Louis music scene due to their dynamic live shows, progressive recordings, and group etiquette.
Friday, August 1
Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers


Miss Jubilee has been entertaining audiences around St. louis and beyond since 2007 with their exciting blend of authentic Hot Jazz, Swing, Rhythm & Blues, and R'n'R spanning from the 1920s to the 1950s.
  Where are the movies shown?
The free movies are shown outdoors on Art Hill. The screen will be located on Art Hill facing the Museum.


  Where do I park?
Free public parking is available in the parking lots flanking the statue of St. Louis in front of the Museum. Street parking along Fine Arts Drive also is available.

The 300-space underground Parking Garage will be open. The fee is $15 ($5 for members with validation).

ADA-compliant parking is available in the public lots in spaces closest to the Museum. Drop-off areas are located on Fine Arts Drive directly in front of the Museum. The Museum's entrances on Fine Arts Drive are accessible.

Bike racks are available.


  What time do the movies start?
Free music and festivities start at 7:00 pm; films begin promptly at 9:00 pm. You are welcome to arrive any time to claim your spot on Art Hill.


  What should I bring?
Picnic materials, lawn chairs, candles, food, beverages (alcoholic beverages are permitted), blankets, and bug repellent are our suggestions. Pets on a leash are welcome.


  Do you sell food and beverages?
Sauce Magazine's Food Truck Fest will begin serving at 7:00 pm. Food truck lineup varies by week. Food trucks accept cash, credit, and debit cards. The concession stand is cash only.

Located in the East Building, the Museum's Panorama Restaurant will be open until 9:00 pm. It offers full-service dining in an elegant setting.

Located on Level 1, the Cafe serves casual fare. It will be open until 8:00 pm.

You also are welcome to pack your own picnic.

Museum Members – Be sure to bring your Membership Card for dining discounts in the Museum. Show it at the concession stand for free popcorn.

There is not an ATM onsite. The nearest one is located at Lindell Bank on the corner of Clayton and McCausland avenues.


  What is there to do before the movie begins?
Visit the Museum! Admission is always free.
  • The entire Museum is open every Friday until 9:00 pm.
  • On film nights, the main level will remain open until 10:00 pm.
  • The Panorama Restaurant is open until 9:00 pm and the Museum Cafe is open until 8:00 pm.
  • The Museum Shops are open until 9:00 pm.
Enjoy live music, festivities, and the Food Truck Fest. All begin at 7:00 pm.


  What happens in the case of bad weather?
In the case of bad weather, updates will be posted here, on Facebook, on Twitter, and at 314.655.5345.


  Are the activities accessible?
Tthe Museum is ADA-compliant and accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. The Museum's entrances on Fine Arts Drive are accessible.

ADA-compliant parking is available in the public lots near the film site in spaces closest to the Museum. Drop-off areas are located on Fine Arts Drive directly in front of the Museum.
In the case of bad weather, updates will be posted here, on Facebook, on Twitter, and at 314.655.5345.
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