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The Fox Theatre, Atlanta
(4.5/5 based on 3,000+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We went here to see Adam Sandler last night. Gorgeous theater, and plenty of room to sit comfortably. Paid $5 for a water, and $4.50 for an 8. 3 ounce coke there so a little steep for what you got. 
  • of course, it depends what you are seeing here, but the Fox is a classic Atlanta location in a city that does not have many historic buildings. Not sure I would pay $20 or more to just tour, but it is...  more »
  • The Irish Christmas special was an excellent holiday treat for all of us who attended the performance. The theater is an Atlanta must see site with its unique architecture design. The acoustics is sup...  more »
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  • The Good: - All the staff I interacted with was very, very courteous - Pretty cool venue The Bad: - Very poor acoustics: I went to watch a comedy show and I could hardly hear/understand what was being said. It wasn't lack of speakers or low volume, it was actually an aspect of the audio coming out. Perhaps an imbalance between bass and treble? I am sure an Audio Engineer would know what I am trying to convey. Either way... I bought expensive tickets and seriously only enjoyed ~30-35% of the show. Bummer. - Parking lots around the venue will try to bait and switch. Huge "$3 PARKING" sign with tiny "before 9AM" small print at the bottom. Once you park, they ask for $20. No thanks, not going to participate in this scam. I recommend taking the subway if you're able to. - I didn't consume their food/beverages, but it's the typical low quality, poor selection, price gouging scheme. If it weren't for the staff, I'd rate it 1-star for this last visit.
  • This is such a beautiful theater. If your seats are on the floor beneath the mezzanine make sure you walk to the front of the theater or to the second floor to look at the ceiling. The concessions are pricey as is the case with any theater. The staff and ushers are always very friendly and helpful. There is an outdoor smoking area for the nicotine junkies 🚬. If you're a woman and you find yourself in a very long bathroom line on the main level go to the basement where there is a very large women's restroom with a much shorter line.
  • This historic theatre is absolutely breathtaking. I love that it looks like your sitting outside under the stars. Also the staff are very helpful and work to get you in and seated quickly.
  • The Fox has a lot going for it and a few things that could be better. First the location on downtown Peachtree Rd and the iconic nature of the interior decor make for a great event if your in Atlanta. The only down fall is the snacks are pretty generic and things like water are too expensive. All in all it is probably the most icon landmark in the city for a good reason and worth a trip at least once.
  • A must see Atlanta landmark! Stunning! Be sure to hear the organ play. Hard to believe anyone ever wanted to tear it down. Great save Atlanta!