The historic Palace Arts Center is the perfect venue for enjoying a live show. Nearly every weekend, performers ignite the Palace Arts stage, bringing fabulous entertainment to Historic Downtown Grapevine.
Some of the shows you'll see include Kraig Parker as Elvis during Grapevine's Christmas Capital of Texas®, The Grapevine Opry Reunion Shows and local and regional artists performing on various weekends and holidays throughout the year as part of the Grapevine Live series.
The Palace Arts Center is also a part of many art, culinary, and public events including New Vintage Wine & Gallery Trail, Main Street Fest and GrapeFest® as well as shows by local artist groups such as Grapevine Art Project and the Texas Pottery and Sculpture Guild.
So whether you want to see a live music, dance, or theater performance, the Palace Arts Center is the place for live entertainment in the heart of downtown Grapevine.
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Rocky Gribble presents
Shady Grove Ramblers
Presented by Southwest Bluegrass Club
The Southwest Bluegrass Club (SWBGC) was formed in 1974 by Tom Uhr and Loyd Hinch of the Shady Grove Ramblers, as a non-profit 501 3C organization to promote and educate the public about Bluegrass music. The SWBGC has held true to the original vision, sponsoring many educational programs and offering youth scholarships and grants to aspiring young musicians. In addition, the SWBGC and its members have participated in community outreach programs at schools, nursing homes and public events. The SWBGC has held its monthly meetings in Grapevine, Texas since 1982 and is always free and open to the public.