After such a strong comeback and years of bringing entertainment to city of Atlanta, the Fabulous Fox still offers something new and exciting for its guests each year.
Here are the top 5 ways to explore the Fox Theatre:
Experience Broadway in Atlanta
You don't need to travel all the way to New York City to take in a Broadway show. As one of Atlanta's premiere live entertainment locations, The Fox makes Broadway accessible to the entire South. Its 4678-seat theater books more than 300 performances every year, including Broadway favorites like The Lion King, Mama Mia!, Rent and Hamilton, and was also noted as the last public place Prince performed.
The Fox Theatre is home to the Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival. credit: file photo
Catch iconic flicks
Enjoy watching classic, vintage and modern movies at The Fox Theatre all summer long as part of the Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival. Shown on the massive 26-foot by 56-foot screen under the theater's iconic evening sky, guests will feel like they're taking in a movie under the stars throughout this unforgettable experience.
This is a rendering of the mezzanine level of Fox Theatre’s Marquee Club, set to open in fall 2017.
See the Mighty Mo
The "Mighty Mo," a massive 3,622-pipe Möller organ with 376 stop tabs, 42 ranks and four manuals, claims the title as the second largest theater organ in the world − and it calls The Fox Theatre home. If you're planning on visiting The Fox for a Broadway show, during the Coca-Cola Summer Film Festival or for the Atlanta Ballet's Nutcracker, make sure to arrive a little early to see the "Mighty Mo" in action.
Ballroom at The Fox
Credit: Courtesy of The Fox Theatre
Credit: Courtesy of The Fox Theatre
Take a tour
If you really want to see everything The Fox has to offer, take one of the guided tours offered to visitors. This 60-minute tour will take you on a journey through 10 key locations around The Fox and will showcase the history and opulent majesty of the building. Tour ticket prices include $18 for adults, $15 for military and seniors and $5 for children ages 10 and younger.
This is a rendering of the mezzanine level of Fox Theatre’s Marquee Club, set to open in 2018.
Throw a private event
Whether you're planning a Sweet 16 party, wedding reception or Bar Mitzvah, don't miss out on having your once-in-a-lifetime event at The Fox. The Grand Salon ballroom features a luxurious atmosphere with Arabian motifs and includes the use of an outdoor terrace. The Egyptian Ballroom surrounds guests with the lavish ornamentation and breathtaking scenery of Ancient Egypt. Both ballrooms include the use of the theater's Arcade, which offers a stunning marquee entrance for your event.
Fox Theatre directions and parking:
The Fox Theatre is located at 660 Peachtree St. NE, Atlanta.
I-75 South - Take I-75 South and exit at North Avenue. Take a left at end of ramp, and turn left at Peachtree Street. After one block, you'll see The Fox Theatre on the left.
I-85 South - Take I-85 South and exit at North Avenue. Take a left at end of ramp, and turn left at Peachtree Street. After one block, you'll see The Fox Theatre on the left.
GA 400 South - Take GA 400 South to I-85 South. Exit at North Avenue and turn left at end of ramp. Turn left at Peachtree Street and after one block you'll see The Fox Theatre on the left.
I-20 and I-75/85 North - Take I-20 to I-75/85 North, and exit at West Peachtree/ Spring Street. Follow to Peachtree Street and turn left. After two blocks, The Fox Theatre will be on the left.
Many lots surrounding The Fox offer parking to theater patrons. Additionally, when you purchase tickets through The Fox, you can select a parking location and pre-purchase your parking fee. Parking prices vary.
Seating chart and tickets:
Fox Theatre offers spacious, theater seating in its balcony and orchestra seating sections. Click here for a look at Fox Theatre seating.
For Fox Theatre tickets, call 855-285-8499. The Ticket Office is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
The Fabulous Fox Theatre’s renovation of a 10,000-square-foot event space into the new Marquee Club lounge and rooftop marks its most significant expansion since the popular theater opened in 1929. Video produced by Fiza Pirani/AJC.