The Granada Theater

Bluefield's downtown historic theater features movies, concerts, theatrical performances and more.

The Granada Theater opened January 2, 1928, with Mary Astor in "Rose of the Golden West." The building was modernized in 1949 to the plans of architect E. H. Geissler. The theater was built for Vaudeville Acts and brought many talents to the area such as legendary contralto Marian Anderson, Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and Greer Carson.

​In 2012, several Bluefield residents came together to begin the journey of restoring the building according to historic preservation guidelines.