Armature Works brings back Night Market, and Movies on the Lawn

inflatable screen set up on a riverwalk at night

Armature Works in Tampa Heights will bring back its Movies on the Lawn series after the pandemic forced the event to go on hiatus. The first film back was Jurassic Park, and on Monday, May 24 they’re showing The Sandlot. We wish it would stay on the screen for-ev-er.

The screening begins at 8pm. Get your favorite seat, enjoy a snack at the food hall, and view this flick under the stars.

Enjoy Movies on the Lawn at Armature Works

“Families and friends of all ages are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy this free outdoor showing,” write the organizers. “Enjoy food and drinks from any of the vendors with in Heights Public Market.” 

Outside food, beverage, and coolers are prohibited at the event. This Movie on the Lawn series is first come, first serve and early arrival is suggested. 

This joins the return of the Heights Night Market, a monthly curated event featuring the best vendors in all of Tampa Bay showcasing their art, food, and services under the stars. 

The next Night Market is set for Wednesday, May 12 at 5:30pm.

Other activities include a Mother’s Day Build Your Own Bouquet on Sunday May 9, and a Second Sunday Art Walk and Vendor Fair.

Night Market, and a Fine Art Wine Pairing happening in Tampa Heights

A fine art and wine pairing with Cru Cellars is also set for Thursday, May 20. Budding wine master can purchase a ticket and learn all the details online.

You can keep up with all of Armature Works’ events by following the concept on Facebook.

The screening will take place outside Armature Works at 1910 N Ola Avenue. 

Need more reason to visit Armature?

Buddy Brew just opened inside the massive food hall.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

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