Free SELENA outdoor film at SF’s Dolores park

This free outdoor movie series Sundown Cinema kicks off this Friday! 🎥🍿

Swing by Dolores Park for a Selena sing-along screening, pre-film entertainment, food trucks, and more

✨ Pro tip: get there early + bring layers!



The true story of Selena, a Texas-born Tejano singer who rose from cult status to performing at the Astrodome, as well as having chart-topping albums on the Latin music charts.



Sundown Cinema is scheduled to kick off its sixth season in May.


Event starts at 6pm. Film screening begins after sunset (around 8pm).

Guests are encouraged to walk, bicycle or take public transportation to all Sundown Cinema park screenings.

It can get chilly out there, so bring a blanket and cozy clothes to keep warm.

Please leave your alcohol and weapons at home. Pack out what you pack in.

  • Please email events@sfparksalliance.org for any accessibility questions.
  • SF Parks Alliance members have exclusive access to reserved seating at each Sundown Cinema movie night! Support your parks and take advantage of this benefit by becoming an SF Parks Alliance member today.
  • For accommodations requests, please contact events@sfparksalliance.org – Please note that submitting your request at least seven days before the event will help ensure availability.


Summer film schedule:



San Francisco Parks Alliance and DoTheBay are thrilled to announce the sixth year of Sundown Cinema, a free outdoor movie series spread across iconic San Francisco parks.

Expect food, drinks, music, neighborhood fun, and film selections that both cinephiles and casual moviegoers will love. Sundown Cinema not only celebrates the unique character and beauty of San Francisco’s parks, but also helps preserve and sustain these community spaces by donating a portion of the proceeds to SF Parks Alliance.


SF Parks Alliance is San Francisco’s only citywide parks nonprofit. For over 50 years, we’ve been partnering closely with communities and public agencies to create, sustain, and advocate for parks and public spaces across the city. We believe that everyone deserves access to safe and welcoming community spaces, regardless of where they live in San Francisco.

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