Only a limited number of fans are allowed in Citizens Bank Park for Phillies games this spring, so The Bourse, Philadelphia’s modern artisanal food hall on Independence Mall, is bringing the ballpark to Old City with “There’s No Crying in Baseball!” — a month-long outdoor Friday night movie series featuring 90’s baseball classics, kicking off Friday, April 2.

The Bourse invites movie buffs, 80s and 90s babies, and baseball fanatics to its 5th Street patio every Friday in April from 7-10 pm for a safe and socially-distanced outdoor movie screening. Each table seats up to four guests and costs a flat fee of $40, so groups of one, two, three or four only need to purchase one ticket.

Moviegoers are invited to the patio starting at 6 pm to check-in and enjoy snacks and refreshments from select food hall vendors prior to the movie. Masks must be worn at all times unless seated at a table.

The movie line-up is:
Friday April 2nd: The Sandlot
Friday April 9th: Angels in the Outfield
Friday April 16th: Rookie of the Year
Friday April 23rd: League of Their Own

A few things to note…

1. The movie will air outside on the 5th Street patio. Dress appropriately for the weather, and BYOB(lanket) if necessary.

2. We ask that attendees wear proper PPE unless seated at a table to ensure the safety of all guests and staff.

3. In the event of rain, this event will be canceled and ticket holders will receive a refund.

…and remember, there’s no crying in Baseball.


Get your tickets here!