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301 S. Garey Ave. Pomona, CA 91766 | Pomona | 877-283-6976
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Welcome to the Fox Theater Pomona, an Art Deco landmark and state-of-the-art entertainment venue. With its restaurants, bars, nightclubs and the prestigious Grand Hall, the Fox hosts national concert tours and glamorous private events. The Fox is also located in the Pomona Arts Colony, a vibrant neighborhood of galleries, nightclubs, and restaurants that visitors can explore.

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