Yas Movies in the Park returns with awesome line-up

Catch classics such as Harry Potter, Mamma Mia and IT

Yas Movies in the Park returns with awesome line-up

Yas Island bosses have announced the hugely popular Yas Movies In The Park will be returning later this year.

The free event sees hundreds of people gather to catch classic and modern films on massive outdoor screens.

It has proved so popular plans are already underway for the next stagings, on October 18, 19 and 20 at du Arena on Yas Island.

And the line-up of films is truly impressive.

The fun kicks off on Thursday October 18 with ‘Family Movie Night’ and screenings of Disney musical adventure Moana followed by dinosaur thriller Jurassic World.

When the sun goes down, it’s time for supernatural horror hit IT, which is not for the faint-hearted.

Friday October 19 sees Movies in the Park host an immersive cinema experience as Mamma Mia plays on the big screen and West-End dancers and actors perform and sing-along to ABBA’s hit songs.

Join in and belt out classics such as Money, Money, Money, Super Trouper, Take a Chance on Me and Thank You For The Music.

We're sure it will be one big singalong you won't want to miss.

Then Saturday October 20 sees an afternoon of movie favourites including the Disney musical film The Lion King followed by Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

Harry Potter fans are encouraged to grab their magic wands, invisibility cloaks and sorting hats as the best fancy dress and lookalikes will get the chance to win VIP tickets.

Put the dates in your diary for a fun-filled weekend of films with friends and family.

For your free passes register at www.yasmovies.ae or for more information on VIP tickets purchases and updates on the latest movie schedule.

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