2120 Jameson Pl SW
Decatur, AL 35603
Phone: (256) 355-2229
Fax: (256) 341-9056
2120 Jameson Pl SW, Decatur, AL, US, 35603
- Phone: (256) 355-2229
- Fax: (256) 341-9056
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
The second largest Racking Horse Show in the US with entries from over 25 states competing for honors, as well as, cash prizes. Features different classes and divisions of Racking Horses. Admission charge. This event is held in April each year.
Once billed as the largest playhouse between Birmingham and Nashville, the Princess Theatre has been a North Alabama landmark for more than a century. Today, the Princess Theatre is once again an important part of North Alabama showcasing such artists as Ray Charles, Loretta Swit, Cloris Leachman, and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
From a stable to a vaudeville playhouse and finally as a performing arts center, the Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts has seen a lot in its long standing history. A heritage building, this art deco monument stands out not only for its architecture but also for being an esteemed performance venue in the city. Home to children's theater, dramas, musicals and more, the Princess Theatre has hosted a luminary of stars such as Ray Charles, Arlo Guthrie, Dianne Reeves and Ricky Skaggs.
This annual, two-day Independence Day celebration features the Miss Point Mallard pageant and the presentation of the Audie Murphy Patriotism Award, among other freedom awards. Activities include live stage entertainment, children's activities, and a huge fireworks display the night of the 4th.
This event features more than 200 authentically costumed Union and Confederate soldiers in mock battles. The activities begin on Labor Day Weekend with a candlelight tour of the camp held on Saturday.