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Detroit’s crown jewel, the Fox Theatre, has played host to some of the biggest names in show business and holds its ground as one of the top-grossing theatres of its size in the nation. The theatre is in the epicenter of The District Detroit.

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Fox Theatre Detroit is a beautiful theatre in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Opened in 1928 as the flagship movie palace for the Fox Theatre Chain, it was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1988 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. The Fox has a capacity of 5,048 seats and plays host to many top shows and events.

The Detroit Fox was built by film pioneer William Fox and is now the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s and the largest of the Fox Theatres that were originally built. When The Fox opened it was the second largest theatre in the world and it took 18 months to build. It was the first theatre in the world to be made with built-in equipment for talking movies using “Movietone” which was

The Fox Film Corporation’s patented sound-on-film system that allowed the theatre to show sound films from it’s opening onwards.

The Detroit Fox was built by film pioneer William Fox and is now the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s and the largest of the Fox Theatres that were originally built.

At present The Fox, which is also aptly known as the "Temple of Amusement" continues to serves as a premier entertainment venue in Detroit for concerts, comedy acts, musicals and other live productions.

Fox Theatre Detroit is a beautiful theatre in downtown Detroit, Michigan. Opened in 1928 as the flagship movie palace for the Fox Theatre Chain, it was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1988 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. The Fox has a capacity of 5,048 seats and plays host to many top shows and events.

The Detroit Fox was built by film pioneer William Fox and is now the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s and the largest of the Fox Theatres that were originally built. When The Fox opened it was the second largest theatre in the world and it took 18 months to build. It was the first theatre in the world to be made with built-in equipment for talking movies using “Movietone” which was The Fox Film Corporation’s patented sound-on-film system that allowed the theatre to show sound films from it’s opening onwards.

The Detroit Fox was built by film pioneer William Fox and is now the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s and the largest of the Fox Theatres that were originally built.

The Detroit Fox was built by film pioneer William Fox and is now the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s and the largest of the Fox Theatres that were originally built. When The Fox opened it was the second largest theatre in the world and it took 18 months to build. It was the first theatre in the world to be made with built-in equipment for talking movies using “Movietone” which was

The Fox Film Corporation’s patented sound-on-film system that allowed the theatre to show sound films from it’s opening onwards.

The Detroit Fox was built by film pioneer William Fox and is now the largest surviving movie palace of the 1920s and the largest of the Fox Theatres that were originally built.

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