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San Francisco Giants to Host 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Movie Night at Oracle Park



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    The San Francisco Giants are hosting their first-ever public movie night Saturday at the newly-named Oracle Park.

    The team will show a sing-along version of Bohemian Rhapsody, a 2018 movie about Queen and the band's lead singer Freddie Mercury, on its $10 million, 4K-resolution scoreboard. The screen is the largest video board in the state, according to the team.

    Saturday is also the 34th anniversary of Queen's London Live Aid performance in July 1985. The Killer Queens, an all-women tribute band based in San Francisco, will perform before the film screening.

    The team will award prizes to attendees wearing the best Freddie Mercury costume, and a portion of ticket sales will be donated to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation.

    Doors open at the formerly named AT&T Park at 6 p.m. and general admission tickets are available online for $15.

    The stadium is located at 24 Willie Mays Plaza, San Francisco.

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