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Enjoy Johnny Cash and Reba Tribute Shows, Manhattan Short Film Festival Screening and More at the Historic Palace Theatre this September

GRAPEVINE – (Aug. 31, 2022) – Grapevine’s beautifully restored 1940s-era Palace Theatre, located at 300 S. Main St., will host live Johnny Cash and Reba tribute concerts, a screening of the Manhattan Short Film Festival, Cartoons & Crafts and a lineup of classic films. Audiences can enjoy the following:


Live Entertainment


Presented by Stardom Entertainment
Sat., Sept. 3 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets: $35-$40

Stardom Entertainment’s production CASH Bash pays a special memorial tribute to one of the biggest icons in the history of music, Johnny Cash, and a special tribute to Roy Orbison. The production features Johnny Cash tribute artist Bennie Wheels from Houston, and Roy Orbison tribute artist Colin Dexter from Ferris, Texas. The national and international doo-wop group, Shake Rattle & Roll, kicks off the show rockin’ and rollin’ with classic hits of all times. CASH Bash is backed by one of the top tribute bands ever, the Fever Band. The Fever Band backs tribute artists all around the United States and is highly regarded as one of the best tribute bands around. CASH Bash is an excellent performance for all ages, very entertaining and the newest tribute show in the DFW area. It’s not to be missed!


Reba – The Tribute

Presented by Tribute Masters

Fri., Sept. 30 at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets: $44
Straight from Las Vegas, REBA – The Tribute, starring veteran Vegas performer Corrie Sachs is coming to Grapevine’s historic Palace Theatre. Honored five times as Las Vegas Singer of the Year, Sachs is America’s No. 1 Reba McEntire tribute artist and is unparalleled in her portrayal of the legendary performer. Audiences of all ages will be spellbound by her dynamic stage presence, versatility and captivating enthusiasm. Sachs has enjoyed a prolific career spanning stage, television and radio. She has opened for stars such as Bob Hope, Bob Newhart, Debbie Reynolds and the comedy team of Allen and Rossi. As a headliner in Las Vegas, Atlantic City and on national tours, she has wowed audiences with her great singing ability and stage presence. Sachs starred in the off-Broadway show Hats, a musical production produced by Dick Foster, with music written by Melissa Manchester and Steve Lawrence. She has performed in many production shows in Las Vegas such as Viva Las VegasCountry Fever and American Superstars, and is currently performing with the production company, Legends in Concert. Sachs starred as Miss Annie Oakley in the Wild Bill’s Wild West Show in Los Angeles, and has also appeared in Atlantic City, starring in The Showboat Follies as well as hit production show Dazzle.


Manhattan Short Film Festival – Fri., Sept. 23 at 7:30 p.m. and Sat., Sept. 24 at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Film lovers will unite in more than 500 venues worldwide to view and judge the work of the next generation of filmmakers during the 25th Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival September 22 through October 2, 2022. The final selections screen simultaneously across the world during a one-week period, where attendees vote for Best Film and Best Actor awards at each participating venue. Every short film selected this year will automatically qualify for the 2023 Oscars. Tickets are $10.


Classic Cartoons & Crafts – First Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m.

On Sept. 6, come watch a classic cartoon, The Smurfs, while making a Colorful Turtle Tissue Paper Craft. Tickets for kids are $6 (includes craft, popcorn and a drink), and adults are $3 (includes a drink).


September Weekend Movies – Friday and Saturday Evenings

Tickets are $6 (ages 3+, kids 2 and under are free). September screenings include:

  • Fri., Sept. 2 at 7:30 p.m. – Butch Cassidy And The Sundance Kid (1969) PG, 110 minutes
  • Fri., Sept. 9 at 7:30 p.m. – Grease (1978) PG, 110 minutes
  • Sat., Sept. 10 at 4 p.m. – Xanadu (1980) PG, 96 minutes


About the Palace Theatre

The historic Palace Theatre, located in the heart of downtown Grapevine, was originally built in the 1940s and makes going to the movies or a live performance a special occasion. Enjoy classic films such as Grease or Jaws on the big screen as well as musical and dance performances, standup comedy, theater and much more—complete with popcorn, candy and beverages. (Guests who bring in a same-day receipt from any Grapevine restaurant can receive a free small popcorn!)

About Grapevine, Texas
Historic Grapevine, Texas—centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth—is the premiere go-to destination when planning a getaway or vacation in North Texas, providing guests a sophisticated escape from the big city. Step back in time on Historic Downtown Main Street and visit more than 80 charming shops, wineries, restaurants and artisans. Unwind at one of the many award-winning winery tasting rooms, and rest easy at one of the city’s exceptional hotels, like Gaylord Texas Resort & Convention Center or Great Wolf Lodge, which features an indoor water park. Take advantage of recreation on Lake Grapevine as well as over nine miles of wilderness and biking trails. Hop aboard the Grapevine Vintage Railroad or experience late 19th century farm life at historic Nash Farm. Whether you enjoy indoor or outdoor activities, Grapevine has something for everyone. For more info, visit

About Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

The Convention & Visitors Bureau acts as the promotional arm of the City of Grapevine and is responsible for actively selling, marketing and publicizing Grapevine globally. The Bureau promotes the city’s hotels, meeting facilities, historic and family attractions, festivals and events, dining establishments and retail businesses to the group meetings and leisure markets.


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