Yas Island’s Movies in the Park is absolutely free to attend, but we’re giving away two very special VIP family passes for the event.
Movies in the Park, the family-friendly cinema experience is returning to Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island in October with a truly spectacular headline event. Modern musical The Greatest Showman, will be shown with a cast of singers and dancers from the UK’s West End.
From 17th-19th October, UAE residents can catch a blockbusting line-up of six stunning celluloid experiences. Our two winners will be able to pick whichever day they wish – and their VIP pass will cover all the showings on that day.
The weekend kicks off with ‘cute, but will fight’ Ryan Reynolds-voiced Detective Pikachu at 6.30pm. At 9pm Guy Ritchie’s live-action remake of Aladdin, starring Will Smith will be palying on the big screen. #TeamStreetRat.
Make way on Friday, 18th October, as families the enjoy melodic adventures of Moana at 6pm. du Arena will then transform into the UAE’s only free and live immersive cinema experience, for the spine-tingling feels of Hugh Jackman-led smash-hit The Greatest Showman at 8.30pm.
Be our guest on Saturday at 6pm and see the 2017 reimagining of classic Disney fairy tale Beauty and the Beast come to life. Then, be patient, we’re in the end game now – at 8.45pm prepare to step into the world of Marvel Comics as your favourite superheroes, The Avengers snap into action for one last time in Avengers: Endgame.
As well as all the magic of the movies, the weekend-long event turns du Arena into a giant funfair with carnival rides, food trucks serving yummy cinema snacks, a zone just for kids and market for shopping.
Sing-a-long, dance to live bands playing cinematic soundtrack hits or go VIP with a premium viewing experience, bean bag, two soft drinks and free popcorn – prices start from AED 65.
Yas Movies in the Park goes down at the du Arena. Doors 4pm-midnight from 17th-19th October. You can register now for free regular tickets at www.yasmovies.ae.
This competition has now closed. The winners were: Ayham Ali and Elson Sajan.