Early
~
Late
Dec
 2019

Moonlit Movies

HK$80.00 (advance sales)

Baby it’s cold outside—by Hong Kong standards—but all the more reason to grab a blanket and snuggle up with someone to watch an outdoor movie!

Moonlit Movies runs from late November until late December, with 15 new and classic films screened at Hong Kong’s largest outdoor movie event.

The movies are shown right by the Hong Kong Observation Wheel, at the Central Harbourfront, with a massive outdoor cinema screen.

Photo by Moonlit Movies

There will be lots of seating space on the grass, but you’ll need to bring a beach blanket or a bean bag with you so you can relax on the lawn.

Some of the classic films being shown in December include a baby-faced Leonardo DiCaprio and Clare Danes in Romeo and Juliet, and a time warp back to the Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Most of the movies start at 8pm, but there are also a number of family-friendly films, such as The Lion King, which will start at 3pm so the kids can be home for bedtime.

Here’s this year’s full lineup of Moonlit Movies for December:

  • Sun 1 Dec: Frozen at 3pm, Romeo and Juliet at 8pm
  • Weds 4 Dec: The Rocky Horror Picture Show at 8pm
  • Thurs 5 Dec: Moulin Rouge at 8pm
  • Fri 6 Dec: Sex & The City 2 at 8pm
  • Sat 7 Dec: Not yet confirmed
  • Sun 8 Dec: Avengers: Endgame at 8pm
  • Weds 18 Dec: The Greatest Showman at 8pm
  • Fri 20 Dec: Notting Hill at 8pm
  • Sat 21 Dec: The Lion King at 3pm, and Love Actually at 8pm
  • Sun 22 Dec: Shrek at 3pm, and The Holiday at 8pm
  • Snacks such as popcorn and drinks (including alcohol!) will be sold on site, but no outside food allowed at the venue.

    Photo by Moonlit Movies

    Tickets cost HK$80.00, plus a HK$10.00 service fee, for a total of HK$90.00.

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