The Buckhead Theatre opened in 1930 at 3110 Roswell Road, a focal point of the Buckhead Triangle intersection. This former movie theatre now hosts a variety of performances and events such as lectures, comedy, Broadway plays, concerts, private and public events. Scroll through 1930-the future to see the history of this icon through the years. The Theatre opened in 1930 and quickly became a popular movie house & icon of Buckhead nightlife.
In the early 90’s, the theatre became The Roxy led by renowned promoter Alex Cooley. The Roxy enjoyed countless sold-out performances by some of the most legendary names in music. However, years of rowdy crowds took their toll on the theatre and The Roxy closed in 2008. A $6 million renovation followed, by developer and owner Charlie Loudermilk, determined to preserve the history.
Now the Buckhead Theatre hosts both sold out concerts and community/corporate events, on one of the most prominent streets on Buckhead.
In the coming years, The Buckhead Theatre will have a new (22 story) neighbor! See more about the new Hanover apartments!