Designed by Robert C. Reamer, Fox Theater is an art deco movie theater in Spokane that opened its doors in 1931. Home to a wide range of music events to live shows, Fox Theater is set at the heart of Spokane and is a stunning place to be in with great acoustics and comfortable seats. Fox Theater notably closed its doors in September 2000 and underwent restoration process before reopening in November 2007. Initially comprising of around 2,350 seats, the restored Fox Theater has presently around 1,700 seats with each one being comfortable for a splendid experience. The theater is famous for its widely showcased Spokane Symphony. Fox Theater also hosts weddings and the intimate atmosphere makes the experience totally one of a kind.
Fox Theater Travel Tips
- The ticket prices vary depending upon the events held, for more information contact the theater management.
Entrance Ticket Details For Fox Theater
- For information on the ticket pricing of the events contact the management or check the official website.
Fox Theater Hours
- While the Theater Box office operates from 10:00am to 5:00pm, the shows might run till late. So confirm the timings before visiting.
How to Reach Fox Theater
- Bus: No 20, X 20, 60, 61-stop Sprague @ Monroe
- Bus: No 43, 66, 165-stop Monroe @ 1st
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36.84% of people who visit Spokane include Fox Theater in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
57.14% of people start their Fox Theater visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Fox Theater
92.5% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fox Theater
People normally club together Spokane Arena and Northwest Museum Of Arts And Culture And Campbell House while planning their visit to Fox Theater.
Fox Theater Reviews & Ratings
Plenty of seating for a good view from anywhere in the first or second story. Bathrooms are small but nice. It feels a little eerie and also peaceful there, hard to describe. I have been here for a few concerts and a poetry reading, as well as a comedy show. One of my favorite parts about this theater is the artwork that they display in the hallways and stairwell. It's a fun place to hang around and socialize for a while. This theater seems to draw a classy and somewhat less rowdy crowd than some of the other theaters in town. I do not usually order any food or beverage while I'm here, they do have a small concessions area and I've had popcorn and packaged foods and drink from there that were good. The best things about the Fox are the atmosphere and the sheer variety of shows that they host. Worst experiences have been with the people who worked at the ticketing window a few years ago, I can't speak to the state of the current staff or anything like that.
Got in fast with friendly and helpful staff. There was a woman who was really enjoying herself, to the point of disrupting others experience. One of the ushers sat with and talked to her, basically keeping her distracted. I just thought how he handled it was great. He befriended her instead of confronting her and causing a scene.
This is a wonderful place to get dressed up and see a show. I wish they'd update the seating but I understand that that might take away from the classic feel of the theater.
This is a beautiful theater, with nice acoustics. The seating was easy to get to, the exit was quick, the sight lines good, and the atmosphere excellent. Much of the atmosphere came from the audience being so intimate with the act playing. I’d go there again, if visiting Spokane, and I’d stay at the Montvale for its convenience.
This is a beautiful historic theatre. Find a show to see here... It's worth the time, and ticket prices are affordable.