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Eat/See/Hear Outdoor Movie: Grand Budapest Hotel to Screen May 20

Eat See Hear will have its next event located at Santa Monica HS Memorial Greek Amphitheater, with a screening of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, as well as a musical guest. It is recommended to bring pillows and cushions to sit on and blankets to cuddle under. Low chairs also fit on the seating area. This event is dog-friendly, all dogs are welcomed with a free biscuit at the door.

The event will open its doors at 5:30, with musical guest the Dead Ships playing a concert at 7:00, and the movie screening at 8:30.

The event entrance is on 4th Street in between the DoubleTree Hotel & the track.

The location is a concrete amphitheater with built in seating (think oversized steps) with a limited amount of grass seating right up front. All seating is open, first come, first served. Pillows, cushions and blankets are strongly recommended – low chairs work well in this venue, too and shouldn’t block the view of the person behind you.

For parking it is recommended to use the Civic Center Parking Lot on 4th Street, right across the street from the entrance. Remember to pay for your parking before going to your car. Validation is not offered. Visitors can also try parking at the DoubleTree. There is limited on street parking – make sure to read the signs. Visitors may also bike in as there is ample free bike parking just inside the entrance.

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