PROSPECT PARK — Mark your calendars for free movies and live music in the park this summer.
Williamsburg’s Nitehawk Cinema, the Prospect Park Alliance and Borough President Eric Adams are teaming up to bring four outdoor screenings to Prospect Park starting July 19, bringing family-friend films to the Long Meadow, they said.
The Wednesday night movies will highlight park themes, according to a news release from Nitehawk — which is opening a second location in Park Slope this fall — including baseball ("The Sandlot," screening on July 26) and the Prospect Park Zoo ("Zootopia," screening August 9).
Each movie will follow live musical performances at 7 p.m. The films will begin at sundown in the Long Meadow, just south of Grand Army Plaza.
The screenings are part of the Prospect Park Alliance’s 150th Anniversary this year.
“What better way to celebrate 150 years of memories in Brooklyn’s backyard than making a few more under the stars with family and friends?” said borough president Adams in a statement.
See the complete movie line-up below:
► July 19
7 p.m. Live performance by DJ Jane Elizabeth
Sundown screening: "The NeverEnding Story"
► July 26
Live music by Doo Wop band, 7 p.m.
Sundown screening: "The Sandlot"
► August 2
Live music by Morricone Youth, 7p.m.
Sundown screening: "Moonrise Kingdom"
► August 9
Live music by the Brooklyn United Marching Band, 7 p.m.
Sundown screening: "Zootopia"