Google Fiber offers up Free Flicks as part of its fiber info blitz on Kansas City

Its been hard to ignore the splash that Google Fiber has made on Kansas City since being announced on July 26th after their year plus of silence. Since Google named Kansas City, Kansas and a short time later Missouri the winners of their search for a city(ies) to launch their gigabit internet service until the details were revealed, no one knew what to expect. What we all found on that July day was that not only was Google being insanely fast, game changing internet speeds to the Kansas Cities, but it was also going to be offering TV service to go along with those head spinning fast internet speeds. Since that time Google has been on the publicity trail getting the word out about the service, part of which includes free movie screenings at a couple of locations in Kansas City. Here are the details of those screenings. I’m sure all the details one could want and need about the, what on paper looks to be pretty bad-ass service will also be available at these movie screenings. Doesn’t hurt either that the lineup is actually pretty damn good. While these events are open to the public Google strongly encourages those who wish to attend to RSVP. 

Friday’s at the Rooftop Park in Power and Light (1271 Main St. Kansas City, MO 64106) Doors at 8, movie starts at 8:30PM

Aug. 10 – The Muppets

Aug. 17 – Forrest Gump

Aug. 24 –  The Hunger Games

Sept. 1 – Back To The Future 

Wednesday Nights at Mud Pie Vegan Bakery (1615 W. 39th Street Kansas City, MO 64111) at 7:30 and 8:30

Aug. 8th – Back to the Future

Aug. 15 – Toy Story

Aug. 22 – Beetlejuice

Aug. 29 – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Sept. 5 – Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

By John Coovert

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