Carnival! Vaudeville Spectacular
The Liberty Theatre turns 95! Join us for the recreation of the "From Ashes to Concrete" New Astoria Reconstruction Celebration!
"Though the oldest American city west of the Mississippi, Astoria is in many respects the newest in the land. December 8, 1922, fire swept the heart of Astoria, leaving behind it a desert of ashes 40 acres in extent where the business district had been. The loss was in excess of $11,000,000...The problems of reconstruction were tremendous."
"Pass swiftly over those years of toilsome rebuilding...and attempt a glimpse into our future."
Madame Roschell The Greatest Open Air Concert Singer in the Northwest!
Young Bull Raffe & Pug Rosini Will Box Three Terrific Rounds!
The Most Monstrous Rattle Snakes in Captivity A Lecture Given on Poison Reptiles and Insects Worth Many Times the Admission!
40 Dancing & Singing Girls One of the Big Features!
Montana Hank - The Barbecue King The Man That Made Shelby Famous!
Belly Dancers Doing All The Latest in That Line!
Athletic Show The Bigger They Come The Harder They Fall!
Featuring Giants in The Trees, The Hackles, Holiday Friends, Snake Farm Family Band, Odd Fellows Dance Collective, Triple Moon Belly Dance, Daric Moore, Bill Ham, and Mac Burns.
Thank you to our fellow 95+ year old sponsors: Gimre's Shoes, Loop-Jacobsen Jewelers, Astoria Public Library. The Liberty Theatre would like to thank the Clatsop County Historical Society for their support and research.
1920s costumes encouraged! Doors open at 6pm. Will call tickets are available in our box office after 2pm on the day of the show. Bring your Liberty Cups and enjoy a beverage while you watch! Cups and concessions available in our lower lobby.