Blues Brothers Save the Fox

This rhythm & blues revue sets to raise money for Fox Theatre's restoration.

Preparations are almost complete for the MAVTV-sponsored 7th Hollywood in Fullerton celebration, themed “Blues Brothers Save the Fox: A Rhythm & Blues Revue.” The event, due to draw hundreds to the Historical Fox Fullerton Theatre on Saturday, June 23, is sure to be fun for all, with a variety of events from a silent auction to one of the first live stage performances to be held inside the theater in more than 50 years. Event chairman Leland Wilson said this is "all thanks to the great volunteers, sponsors, donors and board members that have generously helped with the event’s success."

“We are thrilled to have MAVTV as our presenting sponsor, along with our other dedicated sponsors, donors, volunteers and board members," Wilson said. "I know that with everyone’s talent and efforts, we are sure to have a successful event. Guests are already planning their coolest blues outfits, and the event festivities are going to be a lot of fun."
Event Sponsors 
Title Sponsor: MAVTV

Sponsors: Lucas Oil, Graves Advertising Plus, Brad Boyle Motorsports, Jones & Mayer, Chevron, Griffin Structures Inc., Frisbee Management,
Event Donors
The All American Melodrama Theater and Music Hall, Long Beach, American Martial Arts Academy, Chi Inga, Chick-Fil-A, Fullerton, Derek Van Oss, Drew Mercury Personal Training, Freeks Garage, Fullerton Dancesport Center and Ballroom, Julie and Craig Wells, La Guerre Eternelle Photography, Lolo boutique, Maggie Wilson, The Marani-Chiodo family, Purple Yoga, Roman Cucina, Salon Rouge, Sandra Barela, The Studio Salon, Tamara's Skincare, WTLC
Volunteer Event Committee Members
Brian Newell, Brian Torres, Gary Graves, Kyle Moore, Lauren Shoemaker, Leland Wilson, Lori Marani, Michelle Maahs-Burt, Pat Shepard, Pia Marani, RJ Olalia, Susie Dittmar, Todd Huffman
The Fullerton Historic Theatre Foundation Board
Leland Wilson, Tom Dalton, Kyle Moore, John Silber, Samuel Allen, Dave Earick, Sky Eastin, Joe Hufferd, Todd Huffman, Suzi Kim, Brian Newell, Pat Shepard
“Blues Brothers Save the Fox” is a two-tiered fundraising event.
The VIP Package – $100 per person
This ticket includes dinner at a local restaurant of your choice from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., cocktails, music, and silent auction from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m., and admission to the show inside the Historic Fox Theatre from 7:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. Guests are invited to attend the after-party featuring the New Blues Revolution band.
General Admission – $35/$20 students
This ticket includes stage show inside the Historic Fox Fullerton from 7:45 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. Guests are invited to attend the after-party.
Tickets are limited but still available to the public for the Saturday, June 23 event, designed to benefit the restoration of the Historic Fox Fullerton Theatre Complex. To purchase tickets, visit, or call (714) 482-3167. 
Guests are invited and encouraged to dress in their best Blues Brothers-themed attire.
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More About Fox Theatre
Until its close in 1987, the Historic Fox Theatre Complex was the entertainment center for millions of North Orange County residents. When the restoration project is completed, the Fox Fullerton Theatre Complex, an architectural community treasure, will provide an incomparable cultural entertainment experience while being the preferred destination for classic and contemporary live and cinematic arts.
Private and public grants and donations are welcomed to continue the restoration of the theatre complex.

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