Salvador Dalí Museum, Inc.


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Cult Classics 2019: Mean Girls

15 Aug
7pm - 11pm

Cult Classics 2019: Mean Girls

Thursday, Aug. 15, 7–11pm
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The Dalí’s can’t-miss summer celebration is back and better than ever. Grab your lawn chair, don some movie-inspired duds and enjoy free flicks, local food truck fare, and cold craft brews. Come early to enjoy The Dalí’s extended hours on Thursday nights at reduced admission, then stay for the film and festivities. The event is held rain or shine (movies and tastings are moved inside during inclement weather). Please bring only low-seating lawn chairs. No pets, coolers, outside food or beverages are permitted. FAQs (including what to bring and what to leave at home)

Admission: FREE, first-come, first-served until capacity is reached.
Location: The Dalí Museum Avant-garden
Showtimes: Doors open & vendors start serving at 7pm;  movie begins at 8:30.
Tasting Tickets: $5 for 5 tasting tickets available at the event.


 About Mean Girls

What happens when Cady, a home-schooled 16-year-old, moves to the United States after living in Africa for 12 years and starts attending public school? She befriends whoever she can.

Upon her first day of school Cady receives help from Janis and Damien, two outcasts who warn her about all the school’s cliques, especially a trio of girls “The Plastics” (led by Queen Regina George). When Janis finds out that “The Plastics” have accepted Cady into their circle, she hatches a plan for Cady to infiltrate and take down the reign of Regina.


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