The Fabulous Fox

Theater, Concert Hall, Performing Arts
527 N Grand Blvd (Washington Ave.)
St Louis, MO 63103
(314) 534-1678


  • Seeing a show at the Fox is a St. Louis "must." They just don't build 'em like that anymore...aside from enjoying the great shows they put on, you'll find yourself enjoying the architecture and decor.
  • Take a look up
  • Get there early and take the time to explore the building as much as you can. It's too amazing not to!
  • Go see a delightful play or musical!
  • Fun Fact: The fox was one of the first theatres in the country equipped for the latest rage sweeping the movie industry--the "talkie."
  • Take the tour if you get a chance!... Saw it with phantom of the opera.. Got to see the chandler up close!
  • Peacock Alley on the fourth floor is home to an incredible exhibit celebrating the more than 1,500 shows & stars that have appeared at the Fox since 1982. For more insider tips, follow @MoonriseHotel.
  • Great shows and concerts!! This is where I was 5 rows away from JANET JACKSON!!!
  • Moat beautiful theater I've ever been in! Just wish I could take pictures of it.
  • Iconic old St. Louis. Closest thing to time travel. Love this place.
  • Awesome! It's THE PLACE for great theatre in St Louis...
  • a beautiful venue
  • The most beautiful theater
  • The Fox is beautiful! If you haven't been you need to go.
  • Avoid at all costs any seat past row N. Go for Balcony instead or extreme left or right on floor.
  • One of the best city theatres in the country. You cannot go wrong seeing anything here!
  • Pick a show and go! To see the interior of the theater is worth it. Arrange to be there early for a nice dinning experience.
  • Always a nice venue to see a live concert or play.Architecture is amazing and the acoustics are some of the best you are going to hear.
  • Eat at City Diner, before or after the show. Great food, affordable prices, and friendly staff, in a casual, layed back, old fashion diner style atmosphere.
  • Get their candied pecans!

Nearby places

3037 Locust St
3229 Washington Ave (at Compton Ave.)