ASU 365 Community Union’s Movies on the Field program screens a movie on the Frank Kush Field in Sun Devil Stadium on the third Friday of each month this spring.
The next screening is “King Richard” on Feb. 18. Guests are invited to bring their blankets, family and friends to sit on the football field and enjoy the movie under the stars, on one of the biggest screens in Tempe.
“King Richard” is based on the true story of Richard Williams and his determination in raising his daughters, Venus and Serena, to become two of the most extraordinarily gifted athletes of all time. This event and future spring 2022 Movies on the Field events are complementary and open to the public.
The movie will start at 7 p.m., and doors will open at 6 p.m. Masks, physically distancing from other parties and a negative COVID-19 test prior to the event are highly recommended for Movies on the Field. ASU's clear-bag policy will be in effect for this event.
Learn more and RSVP at asu365communityunion.com/kingrichard.
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