VENUE AND EVENT INFO
KIDS SUMMER MOVIE SERIES: CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY
Charlie & The Chocolate Factory Screening + *Kid Party!
*Kid Party: 2-3pm
Enjoy a special screening of the Tim Burton reimagined Roald Dahl tale, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory at The Wiltern on Sunday, July 14! Watch the story of young Charlie Bucket as he wins a fantastical opportunity to enter the magical but mysterious factory of candy maker Willy Wonka.
Come early and upgrade to our *Kid Party prior to screening! There will be photo opps, face painting, bounce house, carnival games & more fun surprises! Can't upgrade? No worries! Enjoy our outdoor coloring stations, lawn games & hopscotch!
Kids under three come in for free. More to be announced as we get closer to the screening!
Yummy food, as well as soft and adult drinks available for purchase.
*Kid Party: Charlie & The Chocolate Factory – is a carnival style party available for upgrade. From 2pm to 3pm, attendees can purchase kid party raffle tickets for different on-site activities, such as: Face painting, photo opp, lawn games, bounce house and more! Minimum purchase $10 per 5 kid party raffle tickets.
ALL AGES (BAR 21+)
GA Floor (10+): $12 + fees – General admission seating, for ages 10 and up
GA Floor (3-9): $7 + fees –General admission seating, for ages 3 to 9
Family – 4 Pack: $24 + fees –Buy 2, get 2 free! General admission seating.
All seats are first come, first served
$20 MOVIE SERIES PACKAGE
$20 + fees - Receive a collectible laminated pass and entrance to all four movie events
ABOUT CHARLIE & THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY:
A young boy wins a tour through the most magnificent chocolate factory in the world, led by the world's most unusual candy maker. Things are certainly not as they appear…
ABOUT THE WILTERN:
Built in 1931, The Wiltern was originally designed as a vaudeville theater and initially opened as the Warner Brothers Western Theater, the flagship for the theater chain. Alongside exclusive movie and short-film screenings, the venue has become synonymous with legendary performances by a revolving cast of upcoming acts and established superstars. As on of the world’s finest examples of Art Deco architecture, the building is now permanently protected by the Los Angeles Conservancy as a historical landmark.