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2013 Movie Prices

$8 General
$7 Seniors & Students

Call 934-7010 for information.
No Refunds!


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Special Assistance

Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication or a modification of policies and procedures to participate in an event, please contact THE PALACE THEATER office no later than 5 days before the scheduled event at 934-7010. We are open Monday - Friday from 10am to 3pm. Mahalo!

Welcome to the Historic Palace Theater The Palace Theater in Hilo, Hawaii - since 1925

Support The Palace Theater While Shopping & Dining at Local Businesses

Download the Big Island Mobile App from Visitor Info Hawaii, and please patron Le Magic Pan (Hilo) and Volcano Winery. Supporting these local businesses benefits the The Palace Theater.

Business office hours are Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm (except holidays)


Upcoming LIVE Events

Makaha Sons annual Valentine’s Day Concert

The UH Hilo Women's Center in collaboration with the University Radio and UH Hilo Student Association presents "The 2015 Vagina Monologues", which is an episodic play consisting of a variety of monologues read by several women; about sex, love, rape, birth, violence and related topics. One in three females in the United States, will be the victim of a physical or sexual assault and face issues in relationships, the workplace, and even struggles with women who contribute to the cycle of oppression. This performance will touch on an array of emotions from laughter to tears and captivate the audience. A recurring theme throughout the piece is the vagina as a tool of female empowerment, and the ultimate embodiment of individuality. This play written by Eve Ensler, originally in 1996, helps to raise funds to help end violence against women and girls in Hawaii. The UH Hilo Women’s Center believes ending violence of all types (not only against women) is the way to stop the cascading effect of violence against specific groups of people, like women and children. We welcome the entire community on Hawai'i island to support Hale 'OHana the UH Women's Center and the community to show support for those whom have been affected by domestic violence and see the often "difficult conversations" on stage in a real and true form.