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Movies on the Field program returns to Sun Devil Stadium

ASU 365 Community Union presents 'In the Heights' on Sept. 17

Guests sit on the field at Sun Devil Stadium

Movies on the Field event at Sun Devil Stadium in 2019. Photo by Tim Trumble

September 14, 2021

ASU 365 Community Union presents the return of “Movies on the Field” at Sun Devil Stadium with "In the Heights" at 7 p.m. Sept. 17.

Bring a blanket, sit on the grass and enjoy your favorite films on the big screen under the stars. Events are free and open to ASU and the community. Registration is strongly encouraged.

“One of the things that’s so exciting about ASU 365 Community Union is the myriad things that can take place in the stadium,” said Colleen Jennings-Roggensack, vice president of cultural affairs for Arizona State University and executive director of ASU Gammage. “President Crow and our amazing donor, Jack Furst, had this idea that a stadium, which is only used seven days a year, should really be used 365 days a year. And not just for our staff, students and faculty, but for the entire community. This is a wonderful way to spread out what ASU 365 Community Union means.”

Masks are strongly encouraged except when seated. Entry to the field event will be at the northeast and southeast gates of Sun Devil Stadium. ASU's clear bag policy will be in effect; however, blankets and seat cushions are allowed and encouraged. Accessible seating areas will also available. Doors open at 6 p.m. Concessions will be available for purchase; no outside food or drink allowed. Chairs, strollers and items that could damage the field will not be allowed inside. Free parking is available in Lot 59. 

Movies on the Field: "In The Heights"
7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17 (doors open at 6 p.m.).
Sun Devil Stadium.
500 E. Veterans Way, Tempe.

Friends sit on a blanket at Movies on the Field

Bring your own blanket and cozy up with friends on the football field at Sun Devil Stadium to watch "In the Heights" on Sept. 17. Photo by Tim Trumble

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