The City of Raleigh is pleased to continue the successful Movies by Moonlight series at Dorothea Dix Park. Join us on Sunday, September 23rd for "Jurassic Park". Big Mikes BBQ, The Shrimp Truck, Mr Softee Wake, and Compass Rose Brewery will be selling food, desert, and beer/wine at the movie!
6:30 p.m. - Doors Open
7:30 p.m. - Movie Starts
Jurassic Park is rated PG13.
Location: 2105 Umstead Drive, Raleigh, NC 27603
The movie will be in Flowers Field. The best park entrances to use are Hunt Drive off of Western Boulevard or Blair Drive off of Centennial Parkway. The address of the field is roughly 2105 Umstead Drive. Look for signs along Umstead Drive.
Know Before You Go:
Arrive Early: We expect a large crowd, so plan to arrive early to get a good view of the movie screen. The movie screen and sound system are big, but may not be big enough for everyone to have a perfect viewing and hearing experience. We’ll do our best!
Food and Restrooms: Pack a picnic or purchase from the food trucks! They will begin serving about 7:30pm. While we encourage you to enjoy the food trucks, you may also bring your own food, drinks, beer and wine. Please be responsible! Bring a blanket or chairs to sit on, so that you don’t obstruct the view for others. A flashlight or a flashlight app on your cell phone may come in handy. There is no drinking water available at the park, and we only have port-a-johns available, so come prepared.
Dogs: Dogs are permitted, but please use your best judgment regarding whether your pooch will enjoy the show. We’re expecting a lot of people, so it could be crowded and loud. All dogs must be leashed, and please clean up after them!
Weather: If we need to postpone due to inclement weather, we will post on our Facebook page and on the Eventbrite.com page. It can get chilly at night, so dress in layers.
Parking: See the map below. Parking is spread across the campus and you may not be able to park close to Flowers Field. Please carpool, rideshare or take a taxi if possible! Do not park in the grass – driving on tree roots damages the trees and we want to keep the 150 year old oaks around for as long as possible!