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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 CREEKSIDE CINEMAS  • REAL D Digital 3D    • Luxury Stadium Seating  Technology    .     Avold     g ox Wue £<||ej   Up<w, c  for 3D Movm    with P,i„t at Home Tickets  • 100% Digital    • Party Room Available  Visit CreeksideCinemas.tom hr  showtimes and no on-line titketing fees \  I I VAN CINEMA  Heb. 4 - ID  MARKETPLACE  651 BUSINESS LP IH35S  (830) 625 - 4400  ♦SANCTUM  mmtmp-  mmm m *  4^,.7;2pg:45  mmm  LITTLE FOCKERS ■  (PG-13)  UE GRIT    (PG-13)  imil5.4L4ûiliLSÆL.  lULLIVER'S TRAVELS ■  YOGI BEAR 111:551 2:254:50 7:25 9:20  TANGLED il1;45) 2:154:40 7:15 9:35  ♦No Passes/Supersaver*  ( ) No early shows Mon - Fri.  » he Gruene Door  Special Valentine’s Day Menu Four Course Dinner  Prepared by Executive Chef Dwight Web 4 Entree Choices Reservations Suggested 830.629.26   www.texascinema.coin   tyMte um&  \ *• rnarilni laung« A hur  V/ IA TJX IS • H JXF * BEER • FI LL FAR  Jl\nfll6ns  Monday - Friday • 4pm - 7pm  Com« a experience the new and exciting Contemp orary Lounge with the sound of the B0*$ mask! 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Save!  pancing P 0   Fashion Boutique  Sorry -No Adjustments on Prior Sales. All sales final.  627-0808.  • • • • •  The Raul Malo show at (»ruene Hall this Saturday night is sold out.  Naturally, we’ll be playing songs from Sinners & Saints,’ but I ’ll also cover all the other albums from my solo career as well as a few from The Mavericks,” Malo said. “We always have a few surprises up our sleeve too. I have some new songs written that we may try out. We always have a good time in Texas and at Gruene Hall.”  • • • • *  Cheatham Street Warehouse has two great acoustic shows coming Wednesday and Thursday to the historic venue by the tracks. First up on Wednesday is Jason Boland, doing a rare solo acoustic show performing hits from his entire career.  The next night features  ABBA tribute band coming to Brauntex on Saturday  l lw. Ui„. **_,  , ,    -----——   -    .......;    #  DAI [ MARTIN  I teile Martin writes nhoiii nin.sii He can I» ■ rem hcvl at dale M nmrtinsmmk mm  The historic Brauntex'Hit atre is the perfect venue to see a show that pays tribute to music that was popular in years past.  If you are a fan of these types of shows, you are in luck. On Saturday night, ABRACADABRA, an ABBA tribute band from Reno, will bring an amazing show to town. Recog* n i z e d around the world us the premiere ABBA tribute band, ABB AC ADABRA per forms hundreds of shows all across the globe. In fact, Jerry Greenberg, AH BA’s former manager, saw them perform at a Reno casino and was very impressed.  With Greenberg’s help, ABRACADABRA hand leader Ciary Ralfanelli took his vision of an ABBA tribute band to the next level of success.  If I have that kind of hacking and endorsement behind our show, I can’t do much better,” Rafianelli said.  I lie Mamma Mia!” movie in 2008 gave the hand a huge boost and now the group is hooked nearly every night of the week. A few tickets are left; get yours at (830) 627-0808. Visii Brauntex.org for details.  On Feb. 11, promoter Steve Fountain brings "Shake Rattle & Roll to the Brauntex.  I ountain usually has Donny Edwards, the world-famous Tlvis tribute artist, booked at the Brauntex but he decided to branch out a bit and book a world-famous doo wop group from Texas.  The magical music of the 19. r >0s and 00s is reborn when this all-female show group takes the stage. The group won the largest doo wop contest ever in Las Vegas. Opening the show is Wayne King with his tribute to Roy Orbison and the “Killer" Jerry Lee Lewis. For information, call (830)  Willie Nelson played the very first “Austin City Limits” show back in 1976. He has appeared more times than any artist so it is only fitting that the new theater recently built to house the award-winning TV show is partially owned by Nelson.  Guests scheduled to perform this year include Cody Canada & the Departed on Feb. 11, Nelson on Feb. 13,14, Styx on Feb. 19, Diana Ross on Feb. 27, John Mellencamp on Apr. 2, Jeff Beck on Apr. 5, George Thorogood on Apr. 21, Tony Bennett on Apr. 27 and The Moody Blues on Apr. 28.  Submitted photo  Shake, Rattle & Roll," a doo wop group, will play Brauntex Theatre in New Braunfels on Feb. 11.  CONCERT CALENDAR  ABBACADABRA, an ABBA tribute band, will play Brauntex Theatre on Saturday!** ^  Chris Knight coming to Texas all the way from Kentucky. His latest CD, “Trailer Tapes 2” captures Knight in an acoustic setting.  Visit www.cheathamstreet-warehouse.com to buy your advance tickets.  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