Where to Watch Free Movies in Middle Tennessee This Summer


NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Looking for free family fun around Nashville? How about a movie night under the stars! We’ve put together a list of some of the different events you can check out this summer.

And parents, if you want you can end up seeing Frozen 2 at least three times this summer for free! Although you might not be as enthusiastic about it as your kids might be. But there are plenty of other films too!


Clarksville Parks & Recreation is hosting Movies in the Park this summer. The event takes place once a month until September. Films begin at sunset at Heritage Park in June and July and at Liberty Park in August and September. (Read more)

Film schedule

  • June 12: Sing!
  • July 24: Frozen 2
  • August 7: Remember the Titans
  • September 25: Hocus Pocus


Franklin’s free summer movie series takes place once a month in Pinkerton Park through August. Movies start at 8 p.m. or at sunset with concessions available for purchase. (Read more)

Film schedule

  • June 18: Frozen 2
  • July 16: An American Tail: Fievel Goes West
  • August 13: Hotel Transylvania 3

La Vergne

The Films dans le Parc de La Vergne series takes place on the second Friday of each month until August at the Veterans Memorial Park. The show starts at 7 p.m.

The The June 11 movie is Tom & Jerry. The rest of the summer program is currently to be determined.

Mount Juliet

The Mt. Juliet Parks & Recreation Free Movie Series takes place the first Friday of each month through October at the Charlie Daniels Park Amphitheater. Start times vary monthly and concessions will be available for purchase. (Read more)

Film schedule

  • June 4: Wizard of Oz (8:30 p.m.)
  • July 2: The Croods: A New Age (8:15 p.m.)
  • August 6: War with Grandpa (8 p.m.)
  • September 3: Facing the Giants (7.15 p.m.)
  • October 1: Frankenstein 1931 (6.30 p.m.)


Murfreesboro Parks & Recreation’s annual Movies Under the Stars series is back for 2021 to give you the chance to watch free movies for the whole family every week through July. And you don’t have just one chance, you have four. Each week’s movie is shown in four different locations and nights, so you and your family can watch a movie together for free, although your free time may be limited. (Read more)

Movies under the stars

Films start at 8:30 p.m. in all locations

  • Monday: Barfield Crescent Park
  • Thursday: Richard Siegel neighborhood park
  • Friday: start of the Cason trail
  • Saturday: Fountains at Gateway

Film schedule

  • June 7: World Trolls Tour
  • June 14: UglyDolls
  • June 21: The war with grandfather
  • June 28: Park of Wonders
  • July 5: Abominable
  • July 12: forward
  • July 19: The Croods: A New Age
  • July 26: The Secret Garden


The Nashville Films in the Park return for the 27e season of free fun! The event takes place every Thursday in June at Elmington Park. Movies start at sunset, but you can head to the park every week, starting at 5 p.m., for food trucks and games. (Read more)

Film schedule

  • June 3: Frozen 2
  • June 10: Little Women (2019)
  • June 17: Thor: Ragnarok
  • June 24: 9 to 5


Springfield Parks & Recreation offers free Movie Fridays all summer long. You can watch free movies for the whole family on the third Friday of every month until September. The event takes place at the Robertson County Fairgrounds at 7:30 p.m. each month. (Read more)

Film schedule

  • June 18: The Croods, a new age
  • July 16: Moana
  • August 20: The Trolls World Tour
  • September 17: Raya and the last dragon

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