Free drive-in movies at 2ND & PCH for the remainder of the summer

Every Friday at sunset, until the last week of September, 2ND & PCH is featuring free drive-in movies on the top floor of the Whole Foods Market parking lot.

Although reservations are completely booked, stand-by seats, which are doled out on a first-come, first-serve basis, are still available. Officials at 2ND & PCH recommend that those without a reservation arrive at least an hour early before showings—around 6 p.m.—to secure a spot.

Attendees will be given a wristband so that guests can shop, grab a bite and return to their cars without losing their place.

The next film will be “Trolls World Tour” at 7:46 p.m., Friday, August 7. Below are the remaining showtime schedule—keep in mind the movies begin at sunset each Friday, so showtimes are subject to seasonal daylight hours.

2ND& PCH Movies and Moonlight line-up:

  • August 14: “Guardians of the Galaxy” (sunset is at 7:39 p.m.)
  • August 21: “Hairspray” (sunset is at 7:31 p.m.)
  • August 28: “Moana” (sunset is at 7:31 p.m.)
  • September 4: “Selena” (sunset is at 7:13 p.m.)
  • September 11: “A Dog’s Purpose” (sunset is at 7:03 p.m.)
  • September 18: “Princess and the Frog” (sunset is at 6:54 p.m.)
  • September 24: “The Fast and the Furious” (sunset is at 6:45 p.m.)

With the movie night wristbands, guests can also redeem special discounts and offers including:

  • Free dessert with purchase at Hungry Angelina.
  • 20% off a single item at Johnny Was.
  • Free travel size sanitizer with purchase of $30 or more at Lather.
  • Free side with purchase (excluding seasonal sides) at Noble Bird Rotisserie.
  • Free shipping on all orders at Olukai.
  • Ability to order online at Shake Shack (via
  • Receive a free 2-inch succulent and 10% off a total purchase at Penelope Pots.

For more information about PCH Movies & Moonlight, click here.

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Cheantay Jensen is reporter and videographer who covers art and culture for the Hi-lo section of the Long Beach Post.