The Bijou Theatre in Knoxville is turning 110 years old this week.
The theater reaches this landmark on Friday, which will solidify its place as the oldest original surviving theater in East Tennessee, according to a press release. The theater opened March 8, 1909 to a sellout crowd, hosting a production of “Little Johnny Jones.”
As part of the celebration of 110 years of history, the Bijou is hosting a Vaudeville extravaganza on March 15. The performance will revive highlights of the Vaudeville era.
Tickets are $19.09 in honor of the year the doors opened.