The Palace Arts Center, which includes the Palace Theatre and the Lancaster Theatre, is located in the heart of Historic Downtown Grapevine, Texas and has been magnificently restored in the Art Deco style.
The historic Palace Theatre, erected in 1940 and threatened with closure in 1991, was purchased by the Grapevine Heritage Foundation in order to prevent the building’s eventual demolishiion and destruction. For many years, the Palace functioned as the finest entertainment facility in all of Northeast Tarrant County, as well as the surrounding areas. The Buckner Cash Grocery Store, which was built in the 1930s and is now known as the Lancaster Theatre, was also purchased by the Foundation and has been restored to its original Spanish Mediterranean architecture.
Main Street’s crown jewel, the Palace Arts Center offers tourists an unparalleled opportunity to feel the warmth of downtown’s turn-of-the-century ambience, which has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979. Performances, movies, visual arts, and unusual venues for business meetings, banquets, parties, and receptions may all be found at the Palace Arts Center in downtown Los Angeles.
Located in two independent areas, the Palace Theatre and the Lancaster Theatre, this multi-use venue provides more than 15,000 square feet of rental space for Parties, Meetings, and Private Events in a single location.
The Palace Arts Center is primarily concerned with entertainment. A bucket of freshly popped popcorn is served every Friday night in the historic Palace Theatre, which also showcases classic movies and live entertainment. Tickets are $10 per person.
The Palace Theatre’s First Friday Film Series takes place on the first Friday of every month on the first Friday. Westerns and comedies, as well as children’s favorites and musicals, will all be shown on the big screen. The cost of admission is $6. Additionally, if you bring in a receipt from any Grapevine restaurant from the same day, you will receive a complimentary tiny popcorn.
Grapevine is the place to go for all of your holiday entertainment needs, whether it’s country music or classic Christmas carols. You’ll be delighted by the amazing Christmas music and movie selections at the Palace Theatre, which has been wonderfully refurbished in Historic Downtown Grapevine.
Christmas Concerts and Live Performances offer eight different Christmas presentations to choose from this year. The Petersens are returning to Grapevine for a bluegrass holiday concert at the Palace Arts Center, which will be broadcast live on the Palace Arts Center’s website. Additionally, Kraig Parker as Elvis, comedian William Lee Martin performing a Christmas stand-up spectacular, and Ricki Derek’s Merry Little Christmas Show will all be returning.