"Movies on the Lawn" is wrapping up its 2021 summer season. The popular outdoor family-friendly film series sponsored by the UTEP Student Engagement and Leadership Center will conclude with a showing of School of Rock on Friday, August 6.

And you don’t have to be a UTEP student to attend; Movies on the Lawn is free and open to the public.

Although the event is suitable for the whole family, the Jack Black comedy is rated PG-13. If you're okay with a few bad words and drug references then save the date.

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Showtime is approximately 8:30 p.m. or as determined by sunset, weather permitting. The first 100 people will get some sort of snack giveaway, but attendees are welcome and encouraged to bring their own snacks and beverages.

What to Know Before You Go

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• Blankets, chairs, and your own snacks welcome
• No alcohol or glass containers
• Pets are not allowed

Face Masks

The wearing of face coverings is not required, but definitely encouraged

Parking

"Movies on the Lawn" takes place on the beautiful Centennial Plaza. Free parking is available in the UTEP Sun Bowl Parking garage.

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