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Movies under the stars at Olde Town kicks off July 13

Nothing says summer like watching a movie under the stars. The Conyers Main Street Foundation debuts the Olde Town Summer Film Series at the Olde Town Pavilion, 949 South Main Street on the following Saturdays this summer: July 13 ("Here Comes the Boom"), August 10 ("Oz the Great and Powerful") and September 21 (movie TBA).

Beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, families are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets for prime seating on the lawn of the Olde Town Pavilion for the screening on an inflatable screen. The movie begins at dark, or about 8:45 p.m. In the event of rain or severe weather, the movie will be rescheduled to a weeknight the following week.

“These outdoor movies have proven to be quite popular in other downtowns and we wanted to encourage families and residents to come out and enjoy a movie beneath the stars in Olde Town Conyers,” said Conyers Main Street Foundation Chairman William Emofonwman. “This is a great way to bring people together and showcase all that Olde Town has to offer as far as venues, event possibilities, dining and shopping opportunities and more.”

Admission to the movies is free and coolers are allowed. Concessions will be available before and during the event. No pets allowed.

The movie selected for the September 21 date will be announced at the August showing. 

Sponsorships for the movie series are available by contacting Conyers Main Street Foundation Board Member Matt Robuck at 770-815-3212 or and Joseph Roberts at 770-714-3505 or For more information, contact the Conyers Welcome Center at 770-602-2606 or go to or