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NightLight 614 announces part one of ticket sale dates

The outdoor movie experience is expected to sell out fast, so don’t wait if you want in this year.

Tickets to NL614’s Deadpool on Thurs., July 7 are still available | Photo by CBUStoday

Watch classic movies with downtown as your backdrop at NightLight 614. | Photo by CBUStoday

Spring has just begun, but we are already peeking ahead to summer nights with NightLight 614.

The downtown outdoor movie experience is back this year + it just announced season pass tickets go on sale Tuesday, May 9 at 7 p.m. The same day, the movie lineup will be announced in the morning, so you’ll have time to scan the list over before making your decision.

For those less interested in a season pass, check out the single night ticket sales which are available Wednesday, May 10 at 7 p.m. This is just part one of the single night tickets and more are expected to go on sale in the future.

If you’re unsure, City Editor Mitch highly recommends the season pass. Being able to get in an hour early to have access to the best seats is unmatched. Plus, you get to avoid the lines at the beer stand + food trucks.

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