Majestic Centennial Celebration

City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture

The Historic Majestic Theatre in the City Center District of Downtown Dallas is celebrating its 100-year anniversary.  The theatre first opened its doors in 1921 and is the last standing theater of “Theatre Row,” Dallas’ historic Elm Street entertainment center

For this momentous event, the Office of Arts and Culture is celebrating with a Community Open House at the theater and at the adjacent Pacific Plaza Park on the afternoon of September 19th, 2021 from 12-3pm.

Neighbors and community partners are invited to participate this extraordinary indoor and outdoor experience that will feature music by The Herbie Johnson Jazz Quartet, performances by Dallas Black Dance Theatre, a family movie screening of Charlie Chaplin’s silent film “The Kid” from 1921 accompanied by pianist Paul Slavens, tours of the theater, food trucks, games, performances at Pacific Park Plaza, and so much more. All events are at no cost to the public.

The Majestic Theatre will close out its 100th year celebration with a third major event, a special concert in April 2022, kicking off a brand-new Majestic century. We look forward to celebrating with you!

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