Published : Monday, April 2, 2018 | 5:36 AM
Ready for something different in terms of how and where to watch films?
Home to the largest screen on the West Coast, Eat|See|Hear will be debuting another year of film favorites. The seventh annual event series is presented by SHOWTIME NETWORKS, featuring up-and-coming bands from the local music scene, a range of food trucks and the largest inflatable movie screen on the West Coast with the highest quality HD-projection, a 52-foot wide image and professional sound.
“We’re obsessed with experience,” said Jeff Sperber, executive producer of Eat|See|Hear. “With good food, good music and good company, we strive to make each evening unforgettable and this will be another terrific year.”
Keep in mind this is not just any park and not just any venue, as Eat|See|Hear will be bringing its iconic venues to The Autry Museum in Griffith Park, La Cienega Park in Beverly Hills, Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall, North Hollywood Recreation Center, the Santa Monica High School Memorial Greek Amphitheater, and Los Angeles State Historic Park. All locations will feature the ever-popular Fashionably Late VIP section for optimal viewing.
To go beyond the cinematic experience, attendees will have access to other added features for select locations. The Autry Museum for example, offers free museum entry, encouraging guests to explore the galleries.
From timeless classics to current blockbusters, the wide range of 2018’s movie selection has something for everyone.
Showing in Pasadena, check these out:
June 2: Tommy Boy at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall
July 21: Ocean’s Eleven at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall
Aug. 4: Groundhog Day at Centennial Square at Pasadena City Hall
Eat|See|Hear is also dog-friendly so bring your four-legged buddy. On entry, guests and their dogs are greeted with water bowls and biscuits to also enjoy the show. Eat|See|Hear celebrates its 6th year with Best Friends Animal Society-Los Angeles as an official nonprofit partner. This partnership has seen $40,000 donated to the initiative and more than 75 animals finding forever homes, thanks to the summer events.
Online ticket purchases are encouraged and can be found at eatseehear.com. To purchase tickets at the door, Eat|See|Hear accepts cash or credit.