Fox Theatre Detroit
Fox Theatre Detroit is a movie palace and performing arts center located in the city's downtown Theater District. The Fox Theatre Detroit is only one of five Fox Theatres built in the 1920s by film guru William Fox. Built in 1928, the Fox Theatre Detroit became one of the landmarks listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985, as well as a designated National Historic Landmark in 1989.
The Fox Theatre Destroit is a stunning display of architecture done right. Similar in size to the Radio City Music Hall, the Fox Theatre Detroit has become the second largest theatre in the nation. With a six-story grand lobby, a 13-foot wide chandelier and a global collection of unique gold-embellished decorations, the Fox Theatre Detroit is one of the nation’s most extravagantly beautiful venues.
The architecture is not the only thing grand about the Fox Theatre. The Fox Theatre schedule is just as impressively decorated as their walls! Hollywood stars like Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin and Elvis Presley are just a few of those featured on the Fox Theatre schedule in the past. The Fox Theatre Detroit also famously hosted the annual Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
With over 75 years of history, the Fox Theatre Detroit continues to bring its audiences only the biggest and the best in the entertainment industry.
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