About Fox Theatre
Located in the heart of downtown Redwood City; the Fox Theatre is the premier live entertainment and rental venue in Silicon Valley. The Fox Theatre opened its door to the public on January 2, 1929 as The New Sequoia Theater by Ellis John Arkursh to show motion pictures. Touring Europe Arkush gathered all of his favorite architectural details from various venues to create the Moorish feel and style on the inside and the gothic feel on the exterior. Downtown Redwood City is one of the most happening entertainment meccas in between San Francisco and San Jose. The Fox Theatre books its venue for over 100 public and private events per year, drawing over 100,000 patrons.
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Transportation & Parking
Highway 101 – If you are coming from north of Redwood City, take the Whipple Avenue exit off of the 101. The off-ramp will turn into Veterans Boulevard. At the light, don’t turn right on Whipple, but proceed straight for another quarter of a mile or so. Turn right on Middlefield Road and you are there! From south of Redwood City, take the Woodside Road exit. Take Woodside road south for about a half of a mile, and then turn right on Middlefield Road. After another half-mile or so you have arrived! Interstate 280 – From north or south of Redwood City, take the Woodside Road exit. Head north on Woodside for about 3 miles, and turn left on Middlefield Road.