| Parking Lots - The Fox operates several parking lots on the north side of Washington, across from the theatre (noted in red below). Other privately owned lots are located both east and west of Grand as noted below. |
A limited number of accessible parking spaces are located on the lot immediately behind the theatre approximately 100 yards from the accessible entrance at the northeast corner of the theater (along Washington Blvd.) There is also a drop-off area near this entrance for those who are not able to ambulate this short distance or for those who arrive after the accessible spaces are all filled. The Fox Theatre does not provide valet parking service.
Charges for parking for events at the Fox generally range between $10 and $15 in the private lots and garages, but unlike street parking in the area, these lots are well-lit and manned by parking personnel for your safety and security.
Metered Street Parking is available along Washington, Olive and Grandel during performance times and short term along Grand for ticket purchases. Meters require payment Monday through Saturday from 6am to 7pm and only take coins. The cost is $.75 per hour. Time limits on meters in the area fall into either the 15 minute, 90 minute or 4 hour category. (See second map below). You do risk receiving a ticket if you park at a 90 minute meter during a performance of longer duration.
Please allow enough time to arrive at the Fox Theatre in time to park, enter the theatre, and find your seats. The Fox Theatre lobby opens one hour prior to show time, and the auditorium normally opens for seating 30 minutes prior to show time.
Please note that Broadway shows often have a seating hold once the show begins, lasting as long as twenty minutes, depending on the production. If you are not in your seat when the show begins, you will be required to wait in the lobby until an appropriate pause in the show when you can be seated. If you find that you must be seated late, please find your seats as quietly and unobtrusively as possible, so as not to disturb the audience members around you.