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Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park

No conventions. No weddings. No parades. No graduation, birthday, anniversary celebrations. It’s been 15 months of NO FUN!

But suddenly things are looking better. Especially outdoor activities. Things are starting to open up. And although there are still restrictions, there are some fun things starting to happen.

June in San Francisco is a grand example. Everyone loves the Gay Pride parade and celebration at the end of each June in San Francisco. For the second year in a row, sadly there will be no parade. But the big celebration of the past is being replaced with Pride events throughout the month. Events that are created to follow all health and safety precautions that we are currently living under. In other words, the FUN is starting to find its way out and this month SF Pride partners with Oracle Park to get the fun ball rolling.

Highlighting Pride Month will be movie night at Oracle Park. SF Pride is collaborating on two film screenings in cooperation with Frameline and the San Francisco Giants with all proceeds going to SF Pride.

Outside under the stars, socially distanced and in accordance with all City and State mandated safety standards, SF Pride and Oracle Park present the film adaptations of two of the most popular hit musicals of the past 2 decades. If you missed these in the theater, or even if you’ve seen them in the theater, you won’t want to miss these films. On Friday, June 11th the ballpark will explode with the enthusiasm of In the Heights. The Tony Award winning musical, with music and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda of Hamilton fame, and Directed by Jon M. Chu, Director of the hit Crazy Rich Asians, is the story of a New York City bodega owner who saves his money in hopes of a better life. Its high energy is the perfect antidote to the isolation and drudgery that we’ve lived through for the past year +.

Next up, on Saturday, June 12th, SF Pride and Oracle Park again, under the stars, presents the Film Adaptation of London’s West End, highly awarded, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. This story of a 16-year old teenager who overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness to live his dream of becoming a drag queen, is both courageous and outrageous.

SF Pride and Oracle Park are bringing all of us just what we need at this time in our still-unpredictable lives – a feel-good bubble of happiness with all of the safety and health measures we still need.

And when the movies end, the night can go on. Book a room across the street at Hotel VIA and enjoy cocktails on our gorgeous rooftop as you soak in the night of great movies in the most beautiful and exciting movie venue in San Francisco.

Posted June 2nd, 2021

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