How to get tickets to Fox Theatre's Moroccan-style lounge, rooftop bars opening this year

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How to get tickets to Fox Theatre's Moroccan-style lounge, rooftop bars opening this year

Imagine sipping a hand-crafted cocktail with the iconic Fox marquee glimmering behind you as you overlook the hustle and bustle of Atlanta’s Peachtree Street. Come fall 2017, it won’t just be a dream.

The Fabulous Fox Theatre’s renovation of a 10,000-square-foot event space into the new Marquee Club lounge and rooftop marks its most significant expansion and its biggest financial undertaking since the popular theater opened in 1929.

A rendering of the main level of Fox Theatre’s new Marquee Club, set to open in fall 2017. Courtesy of the Fox Theatre

Patrons will have access to the club’s five bars: one on the main level of the club, one on the mezzanine level and three on the rooftop.

With a guest-to-server ratio of 10-to-one, line-busting technology and intermission pre-ordering, members will be able to enjoy their shows with ease.

The club will also offer hors d’oeuvres, self-serve desserts and coffee.

Additional amenities include private restrooms, coat check and a dedicated lobby elevator for club patrons.

The Fox Theatre’s Marquee Club, shown here in a rendering, is its most significant expansion and biggest financial undertaking since the popular theater opened in 1929. Courtesy of the Fox Theatre

The intricate Moorish grillwork and color palette of muted gold and earth tones throughout the club were chosen with the historic building in mind, Adina Erwin, Fox Theatre’s vice president and chief operating officer, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “The Fox was our muse,” she said.

A hint of blue brings in the element of the sky and the Fox star can be found on both the carpeting and on the club’s main level ceiling.

This is a rendering of the mezzanine level of Fox Theatre’s Marquee Club, set to open in fall 2017. Courtesy of the Fox Theatre

The rooftop will feature covered, partially covered and fully uncovered areas with bars in each, not only to offer patrons a few more options but also to allow year-round access to the premium space.

The color palette of Fox Theatre’s Marquee Club, shown here in an artist’s rendering, was chosen with the historic building in mind, according to Adina Erwin, Fox Theatre’s vice president and chief operating officer. Courtesy of the Fox Theatre

According to Alan C. Vella, president and chief executive officer of the theater, the idea for the new lounge originated from focus groups’ desire for premium amenities for Atlanta’s Broadway presenter and the rising competition from venues like the Cobb Energy Performing Arts CentreBraves’ SunTrust Park and the Falcons’ Mercedes-Benz stadium, which all offer premium spaces and opportunities for their patrons.

The Fox Theatre’s new rooftop, part of its Marquee Club expansion set to open in Fall 2017, will feature covered, partially covered and fully uncovered areas with bars in each. This is an artist’s rendering. Courtesy of the Fox Theatre

In a Jan. 10 press release, the theatre announced a seven-year agreement establishing longtime Fox Theatre partner Lexus as the exclusive presenting partner of its Marquee Club.

“The new Marquee Club will provide exclusive, personalized service at another level, much like Lexus does for our customers,” said Jason Cropper, General Manager of Lexus Southern Area. “It’s a natural fit for the Lexus brand to be more engaged with patrons of the Fox and this fantastic new space.”

Memberships for the Fox Theatre’s Marquee Club will be available as annual, corporate, individual and show-specific packages.

Annual corporate memberships start at $10,000 and non-corporate memberships at $2,500.

According to the release, memberships for Broadway Across America subscribers are listed at $600 for the 2017-2018 season. However, the memberships may vary annually depending on the number of shows each season.

Not planning on signing up for any of the memberships mentioned above? No worries. According to the release, there will also be limited nonmember per-event admission tickets comparable to event ticket prices and those will be based on availability.

For more information, visit foxtheatre.org or call Fox Theatre’s Premium Seating Office at 404-881-2127.

Be sure to return to AJC.com and AccessAtlanta.com for updates.

This story has been updated.

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