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Looking for something to do over the holiday? Check out Sing Saturday! Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures are holding FREE screenings of Sing on Saturday, 11/26 at select theaters nationwide. Visit www.SingSaturday.com for a list of participating theaters!

After Black Friday is over, check out Sing Saturday! Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures are holding FREE screenings of Sing on Saturday, 11/26 at select theaters nationwide. Visit www.SingSaturday.com for a list of participating theaters!

Tickets for “Sing Saturday” screenings are available on a first-come, first-served basis to the first 200 moviegoers in line at participating AMC Theatres on Saturday, November 26 (10 a.m.local time).  Audiences are encouraged to bring their family and friends of all ages and experience the film Variety calls “a game changer.”  Moviegoers must be in line to receive a ticket for the screening.

Locations for SING Saturday in PHX are as follows:

PHOENIX
AMC Arrowhead 14
7700 W ARROWHEAD TOWNE CTR STE 1079

PHOENIX
AMC Arizona Center 24
565 N 3RD ST

PHOENIX
AMC Mesa Grand 14
1645 S STAPELY DR

PHOENIX
AMC Ahwatukee 24
4915 E RAY RD

PHOENIX
AMC Desert Ridge 18
21001 N TATUM BLVD STE 32

 TUCSON AMC Loews Foothills 15  7401 LA CHOLLA BLVD. STE. 144  TUCSON, AZ  85741

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