The lakefront trails are closed from Oak Street to Ohio Street, and access to the Chicago Ave. underpass is closed until it is safe to get snow removal equipment into this area. For everyone’s safety, please heed the warnings and signage along the lakefront, and avoid areas where pavement may become slippery & dangerous. Updates will be posted here as they become available.
The big screen in your backyard, Movies in the Parks returns this summer, bringing Hollywood movies and local films to local parks for the twenty-first season. Join us in person at the parks for classics from the Golden Age of Hollywood and retro childhood favorites, to the best family-friendly box office favorites from recent years.
The Chicago Park District strives to bring the best possible entertainment and events to your parks while maintaining prevention-focused COVID safety and mitigation strategies as recommended or required by local, state, and federal guidelines. Please review the health and safety recommendations for our patrons.
Park fieldhouses and restrooms may not be open during your movie. If you have concerns or questions about fieldhouse hours or restroom availability, please contact your local park supervisor before the movie.
Check out the full lineup below, or in the MyChi Parks app, or in one of these formats: PDF, Excel, or Google Calendar.
All movies begin at dusk. If you're unsure when dusk is, visit any weather site to see the time of dusk each day. Call (312) 742-1134 for daily listings and weather-related cancellations.
Movies in the Parks is part of Night Out in the Parks, which features cultural & arts events in parks throughout the city each year.