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Recently restored to its original gilded look of the 1920s, the Fox Theatre features "Mighty Mo," a classic Moller organ with over 3,600 pipes. The lavish theatre currently hosts Broadway musicals, comedy shows and dance companies throughout the...more
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From the time you walk into the venue you are amazed of the interior. It is beautiful and they do not make concert halls like this anymore. I have seen two shows there and I will go back again and again. If you have not...More
Our tour guide was brand new and filled with excitement and was a wealth of knowledge. This coupled with this amazing building made for a very interesting and beautiful tour. I learned so much and enjoyed visiting the areas in the back of the theatre...More
Wow! I remember I watched 1776 here when I was a kid and it's just a gorgeous old art deco theater. So beautiful! I just love these types of places from the beginning of the last century! So lovely! I visit every time I get...More
This theater isn’t called called the Fabulous Fox for nothing. It is a beautiful, historic piece of history. A fabulous venue for just about anything. I saw Ringo Starr and his all-star band last year at the Fox and the whole experience was fantastic. The...More
As Hurricane Florence evacuees, we were given free tickets by the theatre to see the show. It was AMAZING! We had two terns and a toddler and we all loved the show! The theatre is beautiful, parking easy to find, and a very helpful, friendly...More
The Fox Theatre is one of the great performance venues in the country. Small enough to be intimate and large enough for a rolllicking good time with the masses.
The first row of the mezzanine has the best seats in the house. We've seen performances...More