Marquee may refer to:

  • Marquee (sign), a sign placed over the entrance to a hotel or theatre or a sign that displays messages such as those used in front of churches and schools
  • Marquee (tent), a large tent, generally used as a temporary building
  • "Marquee", a song by Superchunk from their 1997 album Indoor Living
  • Marquee element, an HTML tag that makes text scroll across the page as if on a marquee
  • Marquee Cinemas, a movie theater chain in the United States
  • Marquee Club, commonly called The Marquee, a rock club in London
  • Marquee player, a player in the Australian soccer A-League whose salary is exempt from capping
  • Marquee selection or Marching ants, an animation technique often found in selection tools of computer graphics programs
  • Marquee Theatre, a concert venue in Tempe, Arizona, United States

Other articles related to "marquee, marquees":

Live At The Marquee (Gary Moore Album)
... Live at the Marquee (known in Japan as simply Live) is a live album by Gary Moore, recorded over two nights in 1980 at the Marquee Club in London ...
State Theatre (Bay City, Michigan) - Restoration - New Marquee
... On September 11, 2008 a new marquee was unveiled ... The $220,000 marquee, with its retro Mayan Indian headdress, digital display, and colorful lighting, is part of a multi-phase project to renovate the ...
Marquee Mark
... Marquee Mark, the Crust Brothers' only album, was released by the small Telemomo label on October 15, 1998 ... Malkmus sang lead on Silkworm's "Never met a man I didn't like," effectively making Marquee Mark a covers album from beginning to end ... Marquee Mark is also an exploration of the "chooglin'" sound, a rock style popularized by Creedence Clearwater Revival ...
Marquee Moon (song)
... "Marquee Moon" is the title track from American rock band Television's first album, Marquee Moon ...
Pole Marquee
... A pole marquee or pole tent is a variety of large tent often used to shelter summer events such as shows, festivals, and weddings ... A pole marquee consists of a roof canopy supported by tall center poles ("king poles") tensioned using side lines connected to ground pins (or stakes) and smaller supporting poles ("side poles") ... introduction of modern fabrics extends the shelf life of the marquees, as they are far more easily maintained ...