Wattstax - Outdoors!

Opens Apr 11, 2021

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

OUTDOORS AT LOGBOAT!

Doors at 7:15PM, Film rolls at 8:15PM

If tickets remain day-of, we'll continue selling onsite, and if we're sold out, we'll run a standby line. No cash, no rain dates, no passes, no refunds. Member punches for pre-sale will be honored at the cinema box office.


100,000 BROTHERS AND SISTERS TURNING ONTO BEING BLACK… AND TELLING IT LIKE IT IS!

This legendary 1973 documentary about Wattstax, the Black Woodstock — an all-day concert at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, seven years after the 1965 Watts Uprising — combines the personalities of Richard Pryor and Jesse Jackson, seismic performances from Albert King, Rufus Thomas, The Bar-Kays, The Staple Singers, and Issac Hayes, with sharp social commentary as a community mourns its history and organizes for the future.



Regarding inclement weather:
-We are not able to hold rain dates for Logboat screenings.
-If we need to cancel for weather, the call will be made by 4pm day-of and shared with ticketholders via email and posted online (web/socials).
-If we need to cancel in advance the no refund policy stands, but tickets can be transferred to another screening within 30 days of the cancelled event. Bring your confirmation to the cinema to redeem.