First Friday Market & Movie

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Come to Los Patioss for a free movie on the lawn every first Friday! Bring your lawn chair or get comfy and bring a blanket! Bring your friends and family to enjoy a movie on the lawn every first Friday evening through August, beginning at sundown (8pm). Arrive early for lawn games and bounce house from 6-8pm! Check out STXBBQ at the Gazebo for tasty eats and mocktails! Concession stand available to purchase your favorite movie snacks! First Friday vendor market from 4-7 with local small businesses!

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  • Los Patios

    2015 NE Loop 410, San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 655-6171

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