Family fun: Watch “Big Hero 6” outdoors at Rossi Park, May 23

The Clement Street Merchants Association is kicking off what we hope will be a new neighborhood tradition in the summer: outdoor movie nights at Rossi Park.

On Saturday, May 23rd come out to the park with your family to watch Disney’s “Big Hero 6”, an animated film about a special bond that develops between plus-sized inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, who team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes.

The movie will be shown in HD on a 26-foot screen at Rossi Park on Arguello. Best of all – it’s free! Just reserve your spot on the event website, and come out on May 23 at 6pm to join in the fun.

And save the date for the next one – a screening of “Fantastic Mr. Fox” on June 20 at 6pm. Reserve your tickets

Sarah B.


  1. I know the poster says 6pm, but keep in mind that the movie won’t start until dusk, around 8:15pm-8:30pm. It’s gonna be fun! Please join us.

  2. I’m confused. If tickets aren’t required for admission, what’s the point of putting up a ticket website? Also, is the field going to be closed until the 6pm admission time, or will we show up at 6pm and find the place already packed with people who have camped out since noon? I’m thinking about the disaster that is the free Sunday Stern Grove concerts…

  3. This is a terrible idea for those of us who live next to the park. It’s 9:30 pm and it’s been crazy loud for hours! The movie is turned up so loud that my windows are vibrating. Please don’t make this a regular thing – you’re literally feet away from people’s houses.

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