The FresYes Movie in the Park is fast approaching, and tickets are going quickly — in fact, we have just 500 tickets left!
This year’s event will be held Saturday, June 24, at the park behind GB3 in the Park Place Center at Palm and Nees avenues in Fresno. We will be screening the popular animated film “Sing.”
Enjoy a night on the bluffs with the whole family as we watch Buster Moon, a dapper koala, try to revive his once-grand theater that has fallen on tough times. Buster takes one last chance at returning his theater to its glory days by creating the world’s greatest singing competition. What happens next? You’ll have to come out to the event to find out!
Just like last year, FresYes Movie in the Park will be absolutely free. However, we’re requiring guests have tickets to enter this year’s event. Why? Because the event is so popular, we want to make sure we have room for everyone!
To download tickets to your phone or for printing, register here. Remember: You and your children/guests must have tickets to attend this year’s Movie in the Park.
Gates will open at 6 p.m. on the dot! Feel free to bring:
• Lawn chairs
There will be multiple merchandise vendors and fun activities on hand for the whole family. Don’t forget to bring your appetite as we will have tons of food trucks.
We will have merchandise vendors on hand as well, so feel free to do a little shopping! You’ll see local favorites such as Mermaids & Co, Dear Danger Mobile Boutique, InTension designs, LuLaRoe and more.
Bubbles The Magical Clown will be performing all night long! Plus, Wild Child Adventures will be in attendance with their bubble wonderland and crafty balloon art skills. Last but not least, we will have live animals for the children to pet, hold, and interact with. Just like the animals they will see in the movie!
If you have any questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: All vendor positions are filled at this time.
Last year’s event was such a success, I can’t wait to do it again. See you there!
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