Beltonian Theatre

219 E. Central Avenue,
Belton, TX 76513

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Chris1982 on January 2, 2015 at 4:36 am

The Beltonian Theatre is closed and for sale by owner.

TheBeltonianTheater on October 8, 2010 at 9:49 am

Great news! The Beltonian Theater is having its Grand Opening on October 15th and October 16th, 2010.
Steeped in the Texas tradition of preservation and community, The Beltonian Theater is an iconic fixture of arts and entertainment. Recently purchased by Belton residents Wes and Aida Riddle, the unique dinner theater will serve not only as a movie house, but also offer entertainment such as live comedy shows, live music, talent and variety shows. In addition, the theater will be available for birthday parties, corporate and private functions, religious and political events, fundraisers and even family reunions. So come join us and be part of an exciting new time in the long history of The Beltonian Theater!
Friday, October 15th and Saturday, October 16th
Join us for a weekend of excitement and laughter. A surprise opening act on both nights will kick off the festivities.
On Friday, October 15th, comedians Rik Roberts and Kristin Key will entertain you with an evening of jokes, songs and impersonations!
For Saturday, October 16th, comedians Al Fike and Kristin Key will make you laugh all night long! Don’t miss out on all the fun!
Doors open at 6pm and the opening act will start at 7pm! Be sure to get here early to get your seat. The Beltonian Theater is a dinner theater, so you will be able to dine while watching the show. Tickets are $25 and space is limited so be sure to get your tickets before we sell out! Tickets can be purchased by calling 254-939-1230.
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219 E. Central Avenue, Belton, TX 76513 / 254-939-1230

RonnieD on August 5, 2010 at 12:40 pm

I was a soldier stationed at nearby Fort Hood in 1968 and 1969. Twice I visited the Beltonian Theater. On one occasion to see the film “The Graduate” and the second occasion was on an insufferably hot late summer Texas Saturday afternoon. The film was Walt Disney’s “Rascal.” I seem to remember there being no air-conditioning in the Beltonian and the rear doors to the auditorium were left open during the screening. The only other patrons beside myself that afternoon were a woman and a small child. The theater chairs had wooden backs and the seats were lumpy. A totally enjoyable and memorable experience in that wonderful old theater.

kencmcintyre on January 1, 2009 at 1:17 pm

Here is a December 2008 artiole from the Belton Journal: