PNC Bank Presents Fountain Films on Friday Series Beginning August 2
Nothing says summer quite like watching a movie under the stars. Fountain Films on Friday, presented by PNC Bank, kicks off in Triangle Park this Friday, August 2, with The Waterboy. The first four Fridays in August will feature different film favorites, all in the iconic and scenic Triangle Park. Films begin at dusk (approximately 9:00pm) and admission is free. Attendees may purchase food and beverages from Big L’s Gourmet Dogs at Triangle Park Café.
Yajaira Aich West, Vice President, Client & Community Relations Director at PNC Bank says, “PNC Bank is pleased to sponsor Fountain Films on Friday produced by the Downtown Lexington Partnership. These free, family-friendly events are what help make downtown Lexington special, and the bank is happy to be a part of it.”
Laura Farnsworth, Events Director, says, “We have a wonderfully diverse series of films this year and we’re excited to welcome everyone to Triangle Park in the heart of downtown Lexington. New this year, our friends at Big L’s Gourmet Dogs at Triangle Park Café will have an outdoor grill cooking up burgers and hot dogs, as well as popcorn, drinks, and all your favorite movie snacks!”
A full schedule of the films is below.
August 2: The Waterboy
August 9: Sweet Home Alabama
August 16: Space Jam, sponsored by Water + Oak
August 23: Secretariat, sponsored by Horse Country
Fountain Films on Friday is generously presented by PNC Bank and is coordinated by the Downtown Lexington Partnership. For more information, visit www.downtownlex.com.
About Downtown Lexington Partnership
DLP, a product of the recently consolidated Downtown Lexington Corporation and Lexington Downtown Development Authority, is a community and business advocacy nonprofit organization. DLP encourages responsible economic development, produces events, assists members with any issues, and promotes downtown Lexington. DLP has over 350 members and produced more than 60 events for the public in 2018 including Central Bank Thursday Night Live, Mayfest Arts Fair, Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival, and more.