The Fox Performing Arts Center is a great place for anyone looking to get out of their comfort zone and enjoy something new. From concerts, Broadway shows, or even magic acts, this venue caters to all audiences with quality service in-house bar paired by reasonable prices on performance genres.

When the Fox Riverside Theater first opened its doors in 1929, it was a cinema and vaudeville house that attracted many famous performers. Bing Crosby would often take his family here to watch live performances on stage as well as films screened for them inside.

The Fox Theater is considered one of the most historic movie theaters in America, not only because it screened Gone with the Wind for the first time but also due to all other preview screenings that took place there. The City, in 2007, began a major historical restoration of this iconic landmark with the goal to make it an epicenter for arts and culture in their downtown.

On Thursday 3rd May 2007, one of the City’s most revered landmarks closed for its restoration. After more than 1,300 visitors took a final tour through the auditorium and saw an illustration of what it will look like when renovations are finished in about three years time, doors finally had to be shut against them on 3rd May 2007; bringing us back full circle from our original entrance point at historic preservation awareness thanks largely due to people such as you.

Sheryl Crow’s performance at the Fox Performing Arts Center in January 2010 was a triumph. The songstress brought down-home vocals and an electric guitar to give her fans everything they wanted, from country ballads like “All I Want To Do” or rockers such as “Everyday Is A Winding Road.”

The reopening (Jan 2010) of this venue has been nothing short than amazing, thanks largely in part because Sheryl Crow graced us all with two unforgettable shows during which she gave each one hundred percent on stage while giving it right back just as hard through powerhouse singing that left us breathless yet wanting more.

Situated at 3801 Mission Inn Avenue, Riverside, California 92501, The Fox Performing Arts Center is a historic theater that has been reinvented as an up-to-date performing arts facility. The design called for adaptations and additions on all three levels of the building, which includes expanding stages, new seating areas with restored decorative ceilings (among other things), re-doing lighting in order to make each performance more intimate than before.

The Fox Performing Arts Center has become one of the premier venues in the Riverside area for concerts, plays, and more. They boast an elegant 1,600-seat state-of-the-art theater that captures all your nostalgic memories while updating you on modern amenities like comfortable seats with cup holders or WiFi connections.

Speak of historic sites, California Citrus State Historic Park is another spot to explore.