Screen shot 2013-05-24 at 5.08.43 PMSeattle’s longest-running outdoor movie theater, the Fremont Outdoor Movies is moving in a new direction for its 21st season announcing a new 21+ movie series starting on August 3rd outdoors at Fremont Studios.

The popular outdoor movies series will be Seattle’s only true 21 + outdoor movie theater packed with three cult classic movie parties packed with pre-show entertainment with live music, food trucks, costume contests to over 800+ people supporting local non-profits in Western Washington.

Kicking off their new series, Austin’s own Alamo Drafthouse join the fun for a special screening of the popular sing-a-long version of R. Kelly’s Hip-Hopera known as “Trapped in the Closet” on August 3rd. It will be followed by Judd Apatow’s Anchorman starring Will Ferrell (Aug. 17th) and the season’s finale, The Dude Fest: The Big Lebowski Movie Party on August 24th.

Festival Director, Ryan Reiter says “We’re excited to bring a little slice of the Alamo Drafthouse magic to Seattle for an outrageously fun, interactive night out at the movies”.

Reiter has been working with Alamo’s Henri Mazza, creator of Alamo’s Action Pack and original programming to offer exciting interactive fun to their Fremont series this season for a sing-a-long that would be uniquely Fremont.

In recent years, indoor movie theaters like the Seattle’s own Cinebarre and Big Picture offer added appeal to older audiences looking for the ultimate movie experience, loaded with great food, drinks that can be for the weekend warrior or date night for adults.

Reiter touts Fremont’s long standing success as always being on the edge creatively, “We take bigger risks, not being ruled by sponsor approval, as far as outdoor movie programming, offering  movie fans a place to celebrate pop culture no holds barred” says Reiter.

In the past five years, he helped return the fun back to Fremont, luring the Lebowski Fest back to Seattle (2008), as well as creating the popular Red, White & Dead Zombie Walk that received a Guinness World Record in 2009 & 2010 and continue every Fourth of July weekend.

“I think most folks love the concept of blowing the walls of the traditional movie theatre experience, it’s all about having fun at the movies again and the only theater you can scream, sing and dance at all summer long” says Jon Hegeman, co-founder of the Fremont Outdoor Movies.

Their 21st season kicks off on Saturday, July 13th with the Dumb & Dumber, followed by Superbad (July 20th), Forgetting Sarah Marshall (July 27th), Risky Business (Friday, Aug. 2nd), “Trapped in the Closet” Sing-a-long* (Aug. 3rd,) Avengers* (Aug. 10th), Anchorman* (Aug. 17th) and the season finale, The Big Lebowski *(August 24th).

Season passes and individual movie tickets are now on sale online at Eventbrite and on their website. For more information, news and their full 2013 movie line up, go to their website: . Become a fan on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for contest and prize giveaways.

Regular Movie tickets are $5 per person and 21 + movies are $10 advance, with the Trapped in the Closet: Sing-a-long tickets at $15 Advance and $20 at the door.


 The Fremont Outdoor Movies is Seattle’s largest and oldest family-owned and operated outdoor movie series, co-founded by Jon Hegeman, Candace Reiter, and Charlotte Buchanan in 1992. Today, it is proudly produced by Ryan Reiter and Piranha Blonde Interactive, all right reserved and trademarked.

All movie screenings are presented in stunning, high definition projection on Blu-Ray format with 5.1 surround sound for Seattle’s premiere outdoor movie viewing experience.

All 21 + movie screening beverage sales help to benefit selected non-profits in Western Washington and King County in compliance with the Washington State Liquor Control Board permit regulations.


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