The latest instalment of the family favourite Toy Story series will appear at Forster on Friday, January 10.
Toy Story 4 will screen for free as a part of Newcastle Permanent's Cinema Under the Stars event at The Tanks, Bicentennial Park.
Entertainment will begin at 5:30pm with live music from local favourites, Matt Zarb and Luke Ligtenberg, as well as kids activities including a circus workshop, roving characters and football activities.
Once the sun goes down the screen will light up and the film will begin.
Released in June 2019, Toy Story 4 continues the adventures of Woody, Buzz and the gang, this time with a road trip thrown in.
It won a Golden Globe for the best animated feature film and maintained a 97 per cent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Newcastle Permanent's Forster branch manager, Brett Willing, said Cinema Under the Stars was a real hit with regional communities.
"We understand how much people in regional communities across NSW look forward to our Cinema Under the Stars events, and as a customer-owned organisation it's a real pleasure to give these events to the communities that support us," he said.
"Since 2008, Newcastle Permanent's Cinema Under the Stars has brought people together at free outdoor cinema events in regional NSW, and our eighth event in Forster is expected to attract 3,000 people."
People are encouraged to bring their picnic rugs and picnics, or purchase food and non-alcoholic drinks at the event.
Bicentennial Park is located on Head Street, Forster.
Toy Story 4 is rated G.
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