Don’t Bring Appliances to an Outdoor Film Screening

Some things go without saying. What should you bring to a local, outdoor film screening? Perhaps an easier place to start is what not to bring. Much like camping, when you participate in an outdoor event, you generally lack electricity and other modern conveniences when sitting in the middle of a field.

Here are some items you might want to consider leaving at home when joining an audience for an outdoor movie

  • Any appliance that involves electricity
  • Portable speakers
  • Flashlights
  • Elevated furniture (tables, chairs, etc.) that might block the view of other patrons
  • Blatantly fragrant cosmetics or perfumes
  • Food that requires a heat source to prepare

Don’t be “that guy.” Or, more specifically, this guy.

Learn how to set up your own outdoor movie theater and avoid the hassle of dealing with other people during your outdoor movie watching experience.

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Steve Scott

My name is Steve Scott. Father of 2 and owner of Outdoor Movie HQ. I’ve been involved in the A/V industry for most of my life and built this blog to help people better understand projector technology. Please leave a comment if you have any questions.

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