Free movies will return to the Santa Fe railroad yard in June


AMP continues to bring people together as we gradually find ourselves on the other side of the pandemic. Movies in the Railyard will return every Friday in June and run every other Saturday in July and early August.

Upcoming programming:

June 4: Toy Story 4

June 11: Bill and Ted face the music (sponsored by Best Daze)

June 18: Akeelah and the Bee (with Spelling Bee before the show in collaboration with Earthseed Black Arts Alliance)

June 25: Rocketman (SF Pride Weekend! Pre-show Elton john karaoke)

July 10: Lady and the Tramp (Dog Movie Night! Sponsored by Teca Tu and Santa Fe Animal Shelter)

July 24: The War of Milagro Beanfield (Night of Folk Art Museums, aligned with the Musica Buena exhibit.)

August 7: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

The Railyard Park Movies series will be following orders from the New Mexico State Department of Public Health at the time of the event. Participation will be limited to allow people to divide into their own socially distant family / friends groups.

Currently, wearing a mask is mandatory to enter the event site and to leave your pod for any reason during and after the event.

Movies are free, but reservations are required according to state guidelines. Everyone will be registered so that the capacity can be monitored. Reservations can be made on the AMP website:

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