Princess began as a livery stable in 1887; was transformed into a vaudeville playhouse named the Princess in 1919; and, following a 1941 facelift, emerged with the art deco style that remains today and features a brilliantly lit neon marquee. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the 677-seat theatre now serves as Decatur’s performing arts center.
Located approximately 1.77 miles from Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts.
Five generations of pitmasters & over 90 years of barbecuing, they’ve earned 15 World BBQ Championships (Pork, Brisket, Ribs, Chicken) and 5 Memphis in May World BBQ Grand Championships.
Located approximately 0.13 miles from Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts.
Artists from miles away come together every fall for the River Clay Fine Arts Festival. Due to COVID-19, the 2020 RiverClay Fine Arts Festival has been canceled.
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