Frozen-movie-posterThe Fox Theatre’s 2015 Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival features 11 movies, one Saturday morning of cartoons, two sing-alongs and five anniversaries.

Perhaps the biggest scream-inducing event will be the Frozen sing-along, yes, sing-along, on Aug. 29, making parents everywhere celebrate and cringe simultaneously.

Tickets go on sale Sunday at the Fox box office, online HERE or at 855.285.8499. The general admission seats are $8 if purchased before June 1, $10 afterward and $12 day of show. Only reserved seats ($15 advance, $20 day of show) are available for a sing-along Sound of Music on Aug. 2. Throwback pricing will be available for Back to the Future on June 6. The complete lineup, in chronological order:

  • The Goonies. June 4. Voted as the fan favorite on the Fox’s Facebook page.
  • Back to the Future. June 6. A 30th anniversary screening.
  • Beetlejuice. June 18.
  • The Princess Bride. June 20.
  • Jaws. July 16. A 40th anniversary screening.
  • The Breakfast Club. July 18. A 30th anniversary screening.
  • Ghostbusters. July 30.
  • The Sound of Music. Aug. 2. A sing-along for the 50th anniversary of the classic musical.
  • Saturday Morning Cartoons. 10 a.m. Aug. 15.
  • Braveheart. Aug. 15 (begins at 7:30 p.m.). a 20th anniversary screening.
  • Legends of Silent Film. Aug. 16. With the Mighty Mo organ and organist Ken Double.
  • Frozen. Aug. 29. Let’s all sing along.

Movie tours, available before screenings, will take visitors through the projection booth, screening room, dressing rooms and onto the stage. Tours must be purchased with a movie ticket and are not sold separately. Movie-tour packages are $35; for The Sound of Music only, they are $40. Parking ($5) is available in select Lanier lots near the theater while spaces are available. Details HERE.










About Kathy Janich

Kathy Janich is a longtime arts journalist who has been seeing, working in or writing about the performing arts for most of her life. She's a member of the Theatre Communications Group, the Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, Americans for the Arts and the National Arts Marketing Project. Full disclosure: She’s also an artistic associate at Synchronicity Theatre.

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