Schools are out and The Palace Theater is celebrating day of the day with a showing of Coco in Tennessee’s oldest movie theatre!
Aspiring musician Miguel, confronted with his family’s ancestral ban on music, enters the Land of the Dead to find his great-great-grandfather, a legendary singer.
The Palace Theatre is the oldest movie theater in Tennessee, and guests love watching classic favorite films on the big screen! Join the audience for a showing of 2017’s Disney PIXAR Coco.
1 small popcorn and 1 drink are included in admission price
Special thanks to jonathan Walker with Paul Winkler, Inc.- Creating Confident Investors In addition to published ticket prices, patrons will notice an additional fee added to the price of a ticket.
Historic Preservation Fee
The Palace Theatre is the oldest silent movie theater in Tennessee! Successful historic theaters require ongoing care and must plan to fund future costs of repairs, equipment replacement, and upgrades. The Palace Theatre adds a small “Historic Preservation Fee” to the cost ticket buyers pay for any and all tickets regardless of the point of purchase. Funds received from these fees are dedicated to major capital expenses and repairs and are retained solely by The Palace Theatre for these purposes. Please consider adding a donation during the check out process.
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