After getting amused and amazed watching Star Wars: The Force Awakens in theaters, won’t we be interested in some Star Wars nostalgia? As we enjoyed those familiar galactic characters in this latest Star Wars movie, we now get a chance to watch the old ones and see how and where it all began. The original Star Wars trilogy is returning to movie theaters across the U.S. to bring back the cinematic pleasure of a “once in a lifetime” experience.

Die-hard fans of the movie franchise will be more than excited to see Star Wars in theaters once again. Added with some uncut and exclusive Star Wars scenes, the movies’ production studio, Lucasfilm, will release the original trilogy in selected theaters across the States. The original Star Wars trilogy includes Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977), Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), and Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983). The movie screenings is a result of Lucasfilm’s partnership with the Alamo Drafthouse for bringing back famous old movies in their yearly Rolling Roadshow held across America.

Apart from some bonus features, the Star Wars extra scenes will also show Hayden Christensen’s bonus footage. These movies will run one after the other in a single sitting at the selected venues. As you get a chance to have a cinematic experience of the epic battle between the Rebel Alliance and the Galactic Empire without any disturbances or intervals, be sure to check out these Star Wars trilogy dates below and find out where it’s playing near you. And, from May 4, hurry up to buy those “priceless” tickets available online for sale, exclusively on


Schedule for Dates of Return of Star Wars Trilogy in Theaters across America

Date City Venue
August 6 San Francisco, California Warfield Theater
Kansas City, Missouri Midland Theater
Washington, D.C. Warner Theater
Los Angeles, California Theater at the Ace Hotel
New York Town Hall
Miami, Florida Olympia Theater
San Antonio, Texas Majestic Theater
August 7 New York Kings Theater
Dallas, Texas Majestic Theater
August 11 Austin, Texas Long Center for the Performing Arts
August 13 Austin, Texas Long Center for the Performing Arts
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Keswick Theater
Louisville, Kentucky Brown Theater
August 20 Oakland, California Paramount Theater
August 27 Boston, Massachusetts Boston Opera House
TBA Houston, Texas TBA
TBA Denver, Colorado TBA

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