The restored Fabulous Fox Theatre, often shortened to just Fox Theatre, is an iconic venue in Midtown Atlanta that features some of the best in ballet, films, Broadway performances, and concerts, like Robin Thicke (Rescheduled from 2/21) on Monday, March 17, 2014. To ensure you capture the complete essence of attending a concert at this landmark theatre, read through the detailed information below before you go to a show.
Fox Theatre Atlanta Seating Information
The Fox Theatre has a variety of seating available to meet various price ranges and needs. The seating closest to the stage will either be general admission pit or reserved seating set up from rows AAA-EEE. The lower level will be labeled orchestra on your tickets, and will consist of the Center, Right Center, Right, Left Center, and Left Sections. The upper level will be labeled as the Loge/Balcony. The first seating closest to the railing starts with Section LRA in the center to LRF to the right, and LLA in the center left to LLF on the far left side of the balcony. The remainder of the balcony seating is labeled by right and left sections, with DRA-DRC making up the right side of the venue, followed by SRA-SRC and GRA-GRC behind that. The left side of the balcony is labeled DLA-DLC from right to left, and is followed by SLA-SLC and GLA-GLC behind that.
Fox Theatre Atlanta General Information
All bags are subject to search upon admittance to Robin Thicke (Rescheduled from 2/21), so please be cautious and do not bring any items that can be hazardous. There is a full bar available onsite for guests and no smoking is allowed anywhere inside the venue.
Fox Theatre Atlanta Parking Information
There are no parking lots associated with the Fox Theatre, but there are lots in the vicinity of the venue with parking available. Parking fees vary, and most are cash only. For those that want to take public transit, MARTA makes a stop at the North Avenue Station, which is two blocks to the east of the theatre.
Fox Theatre Atlanta Gate Times
The doors at the Fox Theatre generally open 1-2 hours before concerts, but it varies depending on the artist.
Fox Theatre Atlanta Accessibility
The Fox Theatre is completely accessible for those in need of ADA accommodations. Accessible seating is available for just over 30 guests, though arrangements must be made in advance so specific Robin Thicke (Rescheduled from 2/21) tickets can be purchased. Through the venue's Ambassador Program, guests in need of special assistance can take advantage of a curbside greeting and accompaniment into the theatre along with information on all the special services available for the event. Accessible parking, concessions, and restrooms, and sight and hearing impaired seating will also be available.