The Fox Theatre is hosting its third annual Fox Theatre Archives Day on Sunday, June 23 beginning at 3 p.m. in the Grand Salon of the Egyptian Ballroom.

The event is being held in collaboration with the Atlanta History Center and honors the theatre’s 95-year celebrated history and cultural significance. The day will allow guests to visit five archival stations and view original Metropolitan Opera programs with Paul Crater, recent acquisitions with Jody Thompson, original furniture as curated by Debra Freer and the “Best of Broadway” historic posters with Josh Kitchens.

What’s more, a behind-the-scenes journey will allow attendees will gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the theatre’s storied past and ongoing contribution to Atlanta’s cultural scene.

Plus, for the first time, tours of the mezzanine level of the theatre and its historic auditorium will be included in the event. 

Tickets are $54 and currently on sale. For more information, visit

Photo: Marquee of the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. Photo by flickr