Welcome to the 18th annual summer concert and movie series in the Joseph M. Bryan, Jr., Theater in the Museum Park.
Since 1997 the Museum Park Theater has welcomed America’s finest singer-songwriters and critically acclaimed musical ensembles from around the world. Our outdoor cinema features recent Oscar winners, timeless classics, and family favorites. And our Music/Movie Combos combine the best of two worlds—a live performance followed by a film screening.
Our amphitheater offers limited reserved seating and ample lawn seating under beautiful shade trees, perfect for picnicking. The Museum’s Iris restaurant also provides food and beverage options for purchase.
Museum members receive discounts on concert tickets and free admission to outdoor movies. Parking is free for everyone.
Please note seating chart for each event. If all sections with bleacher seating are marked “reserved,” it is not permitted to dance, stand, or sit in front of the stage.
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