Fox Theater Pomona (Pomona, CA)

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INFO The Fox Theater Pomona is an Art Deco landmark and state-of-the-art entertainment venue, situated within the Pomona Arts Colony, a neighborhood of galleries, nightclubs, and restaurants. Opened in 1931, the Fox Theater... ... read more

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    Pomona, CA
  • Address:

    301 South Garey Avenue
    Pomona, CA 91766

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Fox Theater Pomona (Pomona, CA) Videos

Paramore - Decode (LIVE) at The Fox Theater Pomona, CA (9.29.09)
Paramore - Decode (LIVE) at The Fox Theater Pomona, CA (9.29.09)
Duran Duran "Chauffeur" live at Fox Theater Pomona (4/14/2011)
GIRL TALK "It's Magic" confetti Fox Theatre Pomona 2011
MGMT - Flash Delirium @ The Fox Theater Pomona July 18th 2010
Duran Duran "Notorious" live at Fox Theater Pomona (4/14/2011)
Pavement: Starlings of the Slipstream (Fox Theater, Pomona 4-15-10)
Jared Leto talking Fox Theater Pomona 1/14
Duran Duran - Friends of Mine (Fox Theater Pomona Apr 14, 2011)

Fox Theater Pomona (Pomona, CA) Information

The Fox Theater Pomona is an Art Deco landmark and state-of-the-art entertainment venue, situated within the Pomona Arts Colony, a neighborhood of galleries, nightclubs, and restaurants.

Opened in 1931, the Fox Theater was one of the most glamorous movie palace theaters in the United States. In addition to movies, the Fox also hosted a variety of live performances including concerts, talent shows, and political events.

However, as movie houses lost popularity, the Fox quickly declined and eventually closed in 1976. From 1977 to 2002, the theater was leased by various organizations until it was finally bought by the Tessier family, the founders of the Pomona Arts Colony.

After years of renovation, the Fox reopened in 2009 as the beautiful venue it is now. It regularly hosts national concert tours, operas, dance productions, cultural events, and private events.

Past concerts at the Fox Theater include Porter Robinson, Snow Patrol, Jimmy Eat World, MGMT, Morrissey, Paramore, Amon Tobin, Duran Duran, Girl Talk, and Foster The People.

Fox Theater Pomona (Pomona, CA) User Reviews

Average rating:
good place
Jose A. Jun 12, 2013
This place is really cool, the people here knows how to have a good time, great vibe, and overall a good way to experience with your friends
Great time!
Kylee C. Apr 24, 2013
Went to see Needtobreathe here. FANTASTIC venue. When we arrived, the line was around the corner. There is a bar right next door that is connected to the venue. If you are 21+ and go inside and get a drink, you will be able to surpass the line and get in a little quicker once the doors open. Great lighting and sound. I would recommend many more shows at this venue.
Great theater, never too crowded
Randy W. Sep 12, 2012
I've seen both Bon Iver and Foster the People here and I wouldn't hesitate to see anyone else here. I always stand on the platforms against the rails for a great view and to keep myself from getting crowded by people. But the Fox is never too packed, even for shows where they are sold out. Parking is not a problem; there's a free parking area just a block down from the theater.
SO worth the drive
Nikki L. Aug 10, 2012
I saw Sleigh Bells here a few months ago, and it was one of the best shows of my entire life! The Fox is ALWAYS ON. It's so far out of the city, the crowd is full of super fans; everyone is really into it and having a great time. Since it's mostly kind of edgy or alternative music, it can get a little intense on the floor. No matter how cold you think it is outside, DON'T BRING A JACKET. It is absolutely scorching in there once people start moving around, and you'll be grateful when you're drenched in sweat at the end of it all. Don't get too far into the pit if you plan on getting out. If you're just in the mood to watch, try to get right on the balcony rail; it's the best seat in the house. Tip: GA tickets don't guarantee you entry onto the floor! If the show is too crowded, they'll give wristbands out first-come-first served til they hit capacity, and then THAT'S IT. If you don't get one in time, SOL, you have to stand on the balcony. Drinks are concert price aka a rip off. But there's a sports bar outside that has a happy hour. It's a COMPLETELY different crowd, though and I always get the feeling they don't like scenesters coming in. But the location is great! There are tons of cute vintage and skate shops around, and SO MUCH FREE PARKING it almost makes me want to move out there. Really, just follow the stream of people who are kind of dressed like you, and you'll find tons of it -- just a couple blocks off in any direction. I'd opt to see a band out here over almost any venue, just because the crowds are KILLER and it's a great size. None of that standing in the back with your arms crossed that you get all over LA, and they usually have really solid programming -- bands that are getting big but not aren't yet just festival fodder. It's definitely worth the drive, which is actually a great way to cool off.
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