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Now Showing: The Downtown Arlington Winter Movie Series

Grab your turtleneck sweaters and fuzzy socks and get ready for Downtown’s latest event series: The new Downtown Arlington Winter Movie Series! From now until March, a series of all-time favorite movies will be shown at the Arlington Music Hall each month, offering a chance to bring together the whole family to laugh, smile, and cheer all through the winter season. Tickets are only $5; all ages are welcome! Click here to purchase tickets to our first movie of the series, Elf.

Elf (2003), Directed by Jon Favreau

December 21, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.

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Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981), Directed by Steven Spielberg

January 24, 2024 at 7:00 p.m.

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The Princess Bride (1987), Directed by Rob Reiner

February 12, 2024 at 7:00 p.m.

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E.T. The Extra Terrestrial (1982), Directed by Steven Spielberg

March 20, 2024 at 7:00 p.m.

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These family-friendly movies are all about love, friendship, and adventure and are the perfect way to bring in the new year and spend time with your loved ones. These classic movies transcend time and connect multiple generations of family members, continuing the history and impact of the Arlington Music Hall.

The Arlington Music Hall, known previously as the Arlington Theatre, first opened in 1950 with a showing of the feature film “Sea Biscuit” starring Shirley Temple. The movie was followed by a memorable on stage performance by local band The Flying Ranch Hands who later became known as The Light Crust Dough Boys. The theater would continue to operate as a movie theater for many years, showing movies such as the critically acclaimed “Adventures of Robinson Crusoe,” until it was purchased in 1994 by the legendary Johnny High.

High soon relocated his “Johnny High’s Country Music Revue,” a weekly variety show highlighting local artists, to the Music Hall, opening the door for many popular artists including Blake Shelton, LeAnn Rimes, Box Car Willie, Gary Morris, and many more. The venue was then sold to Burk Collins, a local developer and country music fan who continued the weekly shows while also hosting musical legends such as Willie Nelson and Loretta Lynn.

Today, the Arlington Music Hall continues to host a wide variety of artists, bands, and performers, from Kacey Musgraves to Arlington’s very own orchestra, Symphony Arlington, to homegrown talent such as Maren Morris. Now, we are proud to announce the “Downtown Arlington Winter Movie Series” as part of the Arlington Music Hall’s ongoing season!

Click here to purchase tickets and reserve your seats to our first movie showing of the season, Elf on Thursday, December 21st. Be sure to follow Downtown Arlington on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter and subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on all things Downtown and to be the first to know when tickets for future movie screenings go on sale.