The Fox Theatre

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General Information

The Fox Theatre is a theatre in the city of Atlanta, USA. The theatre was originally used as a movie theatre but it is now a performing arts venue. It was opened in 1929 after being designed by Olivier Vinour. It is an impressive Moorish building with a grand auditorium that has a capacity of 4,665. The theatre is a major venue in the city, it hosts ballet shows and travelling Broadway shows as well as concerts.

Getting there

The closest metro station to the theatre is the ‘North Avenue Marta’ station on the Gold and Red lines. The 2, 10, 50, 51, 100, 102, 203, 411, 412, 413, 440, 441 and 453 buses all stop close to the theatre.

Opening Times and Admission

The best way to see the theatre is by attending a show, shows are listed on the theatre's website and tickets can also be purchased from there.

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