Summer of ’67 Theatrical Release

It is with great excitement that I announce that we have a release date for Summer of ’67! On June 29 Summer of ’67 will officially release at Regal Hollywood Stadium 27 in Nashville, Tennessee. It will screen for a full week. If it does well, it can continue for another week. And it will continue screening as long as it’s doing well. No small task since we’re releasing in the summer amidst blockbuster movies, but we’ll be doing everything in our power to keep it showing just as long as we can.

Following the Nashville release, we’ll do a festival run as well as one-night screenings in select theaters across the country.

In the weeks to come, watch for more updates as well as interviews with cast and crew members. If you haven’t already, please follow Summer of ’67 on social media and tell your friends about the release.

Faith Flix

It is with great excitement that I announce that we have a release date for Summer of ’67! On June 29 Summer of ’67 will officially release at Regal Hollywood Stadium 27 in Nashville, Tennessee. It will screen for a full week. If it does well, it can continue for another week. And it will continue screening as long as it’s doing well. No small task since we’re releasing in the summer amidst blockbuster movies, but we’ll be doing everything in our power to keep it showing just as long as we can.

Following the Nashville release, we’ll do a festival run as well as one-night screenings in select theaters across the country.

In the weeks to come, watch for more updates as well as interviews with cast and crew members. If you haven’t already, please follow Summer of ’67 on social media and tell your friends about the…

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