Experience the Rocky Horror Picture Show in a whole new way this Saturday, July 21 when Movies on a Big Screen and City Councilman Steve Cohn team up to show the classic cult film outdoors at Sutter’s Landing Park, 20 28th St. in Sacramento. Admission is free. The film will start—as per tradition—at midnight, but the fun starts at 9 p.m. with a showing of Stingray Sam, a “sci-fi musical western,” according to the folks at Movies on a Big Screen, followed by cartoons, trailers, videos and more. Local burlesque troupe the Sizzling Sirens will warm things up just before the main show.
Hoppy Brewing Company will be on hand selling brews with proceeds benefiting the Gender Health Center in Sacramento. And Bravo Dogs will be there as well to help curb any midnight munchies, but feel free to bring your own snacks, too.
One thing to note: Councilman Cohn is most known for his family-friendly Screen on the Green movie series every summer, but this event is not for the little ones. You must be 18 or older to attend. And, yes, costumes and props are encouraged. Not sure what I mean by props? Click here.
What: Rocky Horror Picture Show
When: Saturday, July 21, event starts at 9 p.m., movie starts at midnight
Where: Sutter’s Landing Park, 20 28th St., Sacramento