Cool Hand Luke

IMA Amphitheater

Cool Hand Luke, 1967. Directed by Stuart Rosenberg. © Warner Bros. Courtesy Photofest.

**Tickets go on sale for members beginning April 14 and for the general public on May 1. Season passes for Friday nights are available through June 2.

Sent to prison for destroying public property, Luke Jackson (Paul Newman) ends up on a rural Florida chain gang performing hard labor. Refusing to be broken by the system, Luke quickly becomes the prisoners’ hero for living life on his own terms.

The series runs Friday and most Saturday evenings from June 2 through Aug. 25. Doors open at 7 pm and films begin at dusk. During the films, refreshments from Sun King Brewery will be available, along with food from King David Dogs.

Doors open for pre-show activities at 7 pm. Films begin at dusk. Films moved indoors will begin at 9 pm.

Additional Information

Bring chairs & blankets for seating. Seating general admission and late arrivals may not have space for chairs, so be sure to pack a blanket. Sunscreen, hats and bug spray are recommended.

You may not bring pets, candles taller than 12 inches, grills, knives, or alcoholic beverages.

Bag search will occur prior to admittance to the amphitheater.

This is a non-smoking venue.

Presented by

Pre-show programming is part of the IMA's ARTx Series made possible by a gift from the Efroymson Family Fund

Sun King Brewing Co. is the Official Brewery for this program.

Cool Hand Luke Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN