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Fox Theatre

4,438 Reviews

Fox Theatre

4,438 Reviews
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brianh747 wrote a review Mar 2020
61 contributions9 helpful votes
Many grand international cities have historic theatres unique for something - accoustics, architecture on inside or outside, multiple uses other than as theatres during their lives, historical performances, etc. The Fox is one of these theatres. The Fox is sometimes confused as the theatre hosting the premier of Gone with the Wind (it was actually premiered in globally in Atlanta in the now torn-down Loew's theatre). However, the Fox has hosted many stage shows, live theatre, Broadway productions, and concerts over its many years. It was opened only 2 months after the 1929 stock market crash and closed 125 weeks later, but eventually re-opened and refurbished. Great place to attend any event on the calendar.
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Date of experience: June 2019
Judy A wrote a review Mar 2020
Jefferson, Georgia90 contributions10 helpful votes
My husband won free tickets to Joe Bonamasa concert this past February. It was really great. Couldn't have asked for a better concert. The price was good also, Free
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Date of experience: February 2020
Rebecca H wrote a review Mar 2020
591 contributions67 helpful votes
What a lovely, historical building....excited to see the always mesmerizing Alvin Ailey Dance Group there on a recent excursion to Atlanta. Thrilled to actually see one of Atlanta’s “Tiny Doors” located around the base of the original ticket booth. We purchased orchestra seating but had difficulty in seeing the show. Several tall people were in front of us and the physical incline of the orchestra seating was minimal. We were constantly moving our heads from side to side to try and see the stage but without success. Luckily, the people to the right of me left the show at intermission so everyone moved over a few seats. Unless there is a physical renovation of the building, I would not recommend seating in this area.....unless you are extremely tall and don’t care about your fellow attendees. The concession staff was friendly and helpful but one of the ushers was very rude. I will opt for mezzanine seating the next time I travel to this lovely venue for a show.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Steve O wrote a review Mar 2020
18 contributions6 helpful votes
The auditorium represents a moorish skyline including an arched bridge across the front of the ceiling and a starry night. The lounges are decorated in an Egyptian motif and it is all maintained in an immaculate state. An Atlanta icon.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Wesstone wrote a review Mar 2020
Salem, South Carolina181 contributions39 helpful votes
Attended a "Little Big Town " concert Saturday night and was reminded how special The Fox is. I lived here in the 70's when it was almost demolished. I got to know a few who helped restore it and have been to many concerts like Grateful Dead, Jackson Brown and even a boxing match over the years. It is a very well run venue with everything under control. It is clean and accommodating for any event.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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