Springfield, MO – Springfield’s Palace Theater will show first-run movies, change names

posted by ThrHistoricalSociety on August 26, 2016 at 7:02 am

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From KSPR.com: The Palace Theater in Springfield’s Chesterfield Village will soon show first-run movies.

Owners are renaming it as the Premiere Palace. The change starts Friday.

Here is what you can expect. You will pay $4 for matinees. Evening movies will set you back $6.


News release:

The Palace Theatre will become the Premiere Palace, a discount first-run movie theatre, starting on Friday, Aug. 26. The Premiere Palace will show weekly new releases at a discounted rate. Ticket prices will be $4 for matinees, children (ages 3 – 12), seniors and students. The evening price for adults will be $6.

“The people and city of Springfield have been incredibly supportive of the Palace since it opened,” said Warren Theatres president Bill Warren. “We are looking forward to giving the opportunity to see new movies, the weekend they open, at a discounted ticket price.”

Online ticketing will be available soon after opening. The Premiere Palace will accept cash, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.

The Premiere Palace is at 2220 W. Chesterfield Boulevard.

Story link: http://www.kspr.com/content/news/First-run-movies-new-name-for-Springfields-Palace-Theater-391213222.html

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