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July 16, 1998
Nathan Phillips Square hosts movies and music under the stars
  
The City of Toronto and Famous Players are proud to present the free Movies and
Music in the Night series beginning Saturday, July 18, from 7 to 11 p.m. Watch
the stars come out as you enjoy the sounds of Canada's top rock bands as well
as great movies and refreshments from the licensed BBQ cafe.

This Saturday, July 18, rock to the beat of Carlos Morgan then enjoy watching
US Marshals, featuring Tommy Lee Jones and Wesley Snipes, on a giant outdoor
screen at Nathan Phillips Square, Toronto City Hall, 100 Queen Street West.
You also won't want to miss the free screenings of Austin Powers on July 25,
featuring Mike Myers, Men in Black on August 1, or Dumb and Dumber on August 8
with the hilarious Jim Carey.

The Famous Players Movies and Music in the Night series runs every Saturday, 7
to 11 p.m., from July 18 to August 8. The series is part of the 1998 Square in
Motion program, which runs from June 3 to October 7. For more information about
these and other free events taking place at Nathan Phillips Square, call the
Nathan Phillips Square Events Hotline at (416) 392-0458.

July 18
Music: Carlos Morgan
Movie: US Marshals

July 25
Music: The Skydiggers
Movie: Austin Powers

August 1
Music: Barstool Prophets
Movie: Men in Black

August 8
Music: Sandbox
Movie: Dumb and Dumber

Time:
7 to 11 p.m.

Location:
Nathan Phillips Square
Toronto City Hall
100 Queen Street West


Media Contact
Trish Johnson
(416) 392-7806

 

 

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