Moonlight & Movies | Krush Groove
Run DMC, LL Cool J, Sheila E., and the Beastie Boys are just a few among the musically star-studded cast of Krush Groove (Michael Shultz, 1985, 97 min.), which tells the tale of a fictional upstart record label helmed by Russell Walker (Blair Underwood), based on the beginnings of the legendary hip-hop label, Def Jam Records.
This is the second event in our summer film screening series, inspired by the Museum's new exhibition New York, New Music: 1980 - 1986.
Please note that in case of inclement weather the event will be rescheduled for Thursday, July 22. Please note that no refunds will be available if we move to this date.
7:30 pm - Doors open, drinks available for purchase
8:15 pm - Film introduction
8:30 pm - Film begins on the Museum's South Terrace
10:10 pm - Film concludes, Museum closes
- Please check our "Plan Your Visit" page for important information to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all attendees!
- We ask that you please maintain 6 feet between you and those who are not attending the screening with you. Masks are required to attend.
Tickets are sold in groups or "pods" of up to 3 people. If you are attending with a group larger than 3, you must purchase additional pods separately. You will be seated with the group that you purchase tickets for. Please note that we cannot accommodate group seating for tickets purchased separately.
Please note that no exhibitions at the Museum will be open for viewing, but we invite you to come back during our regular hours to check out what's on view!
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Watch the Trailer: