UPCOMING EVENTS

Here you will find a list of all events coming up at the Fox Theatre.  This list includes Fox events as well as other organizations' events that are held at the Fox and open to the public.  Check back often as this information will be updated regularly.



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Fox Film: ANNIE

March 27th - 29th

Part of the Delos V. Smith Winter Film Series.

Showtimes are Friday & Saturday, 7:30 PM & Sunday, 2:00 PM

Tickets are $5 - Buy One, Get One FREE and are available at the door 45 minutes prior to showtime.


The Classics IV

Saturday, April 11th, 7:30 PM



Part of our "Opening New Doors" 2014 - 2015 Live Season.

Fox Sponsoring Partner: Hutchinson Regional Healthcare System


Individual Show Tickets on sale: Monday, August 18th, 9:00 AM

Click here for more information.


The Jim Cullum Jazz Band

Thursday, May 7th, 7:30 PM



The Jim Cullum Jazz Band has appeared in such major venues as Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Wolf Trap, major worldwide jazz festivals, and stars in its own public radio series, Riverwalk Jazz, broadcasting since 1987, heard on over 150 Public Radio stations nationwide and on the internet. Riverwalk Jazz is featured on Radio Kansas every Saturday night at 8:00 PM.

The Jim Cullum Jazz Band plays jazz in the classic manner, that is, in the style of small, hot ensembles prior to WWII. The band's repertoire covers a lot of ground--from 19th-century cakewalks to the small pre-war Benny Goodman ensembles.

The core of the band's music consists of the sounds of Jelly Roll Morton, Original Dixieland Jazz Band, New Orleans Rhythm Kings, King Oliver Creole Jazz Band, Louis Armstrong, and Sidney Bechet, as well as a heavy emphasis on Bix Beiderbecke and Hoagy Carmichael.

In keeping with the band's historical point of view, period instruments and performance practices are often used. Each member of the band is a specialist in historically informed jazz styles.

Leader Jim Cullum plays a cornet (instead of the trumpet or flugelhorn used in modern jazz), which was the instrument preferred by early jazz masters King Oliver, Louis Armstrong and Bix Beiderbecke. Howard Elkins plays a 1920s-vintage Epiphone archtop 4-string tenor guitar and a 1935 Gibson tenor banjo. Don Mopsick plays an old German double bass set up with gut strings and high action in the manner of the pre-amplified era. Mike Waskiewicz uses drumming techniques and equipment more commonly found in the earlier drumming styles of Zutty Singleton, Ray Bauduc, and Baby Dodds.

Fox Presenting Partner:  Radio Kansas - 90.1 FM


Dancers of ArtisTree Present 36th Annual Show

Shoe Biz

Friday, May 22 & Saturday, May 23, 2015
7:30 PM


General Admission Free