Fourth Street Live! - Louisville’s premier dining and entertainment destination located in the heart of downtown.
Corydon LIVE - Corydon LIVE, LLC is an entertainment venue that offers a wide variety of entertainment. The main focus is the Saturday night live country music show that features guest artists that sing with the backup of the Corydon LIVE Band. The quality of the guest artists and the band is top notch.
Kaiju - Kaiju features a rotating selection of draft craft beer, specialty cocktails, and wine as well as a variety of bottled beers available for purchase to go. We offer live music, pool, and diverse entertainment in a unique and eclectic environment.
KFC Yum! Center - We enjoy sports, concerts, shows of all kinds, the city of Louisville, and especially our patrons.
Headliners Music Hall - Locally owned and operated, Headliners Music Hall is the premiere live entertainment venue of Louisville, Kentucky. We bring the best local and national acts to our stage, with fantastic sound and a fun atmosphere.
Mercury Ballroom - Mercury Ballroom is one of Live Nation's premier venues, located in the historic downtown business district of Louisville, Kentucky.
Waterfront Park - Waterfront Park hosts more than 120 events every year, everything from concerts, festivals and our own WFPK Waterfront Wednesdays concert series, to charity walks, volleyball tournaments, weddings, and corporate picnics.
Actors Theatre of Louisville - Innovative theatre that broadens minds, enlivens souls, and inspires community. Home of Humana Festival of New American Plays.
The Bard’s Town Theatre - The Bard's Town specializes in producing new theatre works, hosts dozens of other theatre companies, national touring comedians, The 5 Spot Comedy Show, karaoke and live music.
The Bomhard Theater (KCA) - The Bomhard Theater, named for the man who helped organize and nurture opera in Louisville a half-century ago, provides a more intimate, though no less thrilling venue than its sister stage, Whitney Hall. With 619 seats, the Bomhard is an ideal facility for musical performances and smaller-scale dance and theater. It also serves as the home for Stage One, Louisville’s Family Theater.
Brown Theatre (KCA) - Hearkening back to the glory days of Louisville's theater district, the Brown Theatre is a lavish, lovingly restored showplace. State-of-the-art technology combines with Old World splendor to create a performance space as beautiful to look at as it is comfortable to sit in.
Bunbury Theatre - Bunbury Theatre Company established in 1985.
The Caravan Comedy Club - We've been bringing the country's best comedians to Louisville, KY since 1987!
CenterStage - CenterStage delivers quality, community theatre and spectacular musicals.
Clifton Center - The Clifton Center is an historic facility that serves as a gathering place for art, culture and ideas that enrich our community.
Commonwealth Theatre Center - Home to the Walden Theatre Conservatory and Blue Apple Outreach, is the region’s most comprehensive theatre training and arts education organization—serving 50,000+ youth and adults each year.
Derby Dinner Playhouse - Derby Dinner Playhouse is the theatrical entertainment leader in both Indiana and neighboring state Kentucky, noted for their professional productions of Broadway musicals and lighthearted comedies. Each dinner theatre production comes alive with the magic of lights, costumes, a live orchestra, and a stage full of professional performers.
The Drama Studio - The Drama Studio (TDS) was founded in 2005 and holds performing residence in the St Genesius Theatre located inside Southern Indiana School for the Arts (SISA) in Clarksville, Indiana. We have a “story theatre” approach to productions. By taking classic stories and reimagining them in a way befitting our changing world. Our theatre is immersive and relevant. Our mission is to engage our audience in a thought-provoking and entertaining adventure through storytelling.
Hardin County PAC - The PAC complements student learning and participation in performing arts and provides quality performing arts experiences for the community at large from around the world and around the corner.
Hayswood Theatre - Hayswood Theatre is a non-profit organization whose focus is promoting theatre in Harrison County by providing a venue for community members of all ages to participate in and enjoy the theatre arts.
Kentucky Opera - Currently in its 67th season of production, Kentucky Opera was founded in 1952 and designated the State Opera of Kentucky in 1982. The mission of Kentucky Opera is Enrich and engage our community through spectacular music, creative storytelling and the thrill of the human voice. The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports Kentucky Opera with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Little Colonel Players - The Little Colonel Players was founded to foster the art of drama by presenting plays of an educational as well as entertaining value to its members and the public. LCP has been fulfilling this mission for over sixty years, and hopes to continue pursuing this mission for many more.
Louisville Memorial Auditorium - Thousands use our stage annually for concerts, world-renowned performances, dance competitions and recitals, stage plays, student performances, religious gatherings, speaking engagements, fashion shows, community gatherings, weddings, private parties, meetings, memorials and graduations.
MEX Theatre (KCA) - A space as unique and versatile as the imaginative artists who perform upon its stage, the MeX is a simple "black box" with a maximum seating capacity of 139.
Pioneer Playhouse - Founded in 1950 by Col. Eben C. Henson, Pioneer Playhouse is the oldest outdoor theatre in Kentucky and has been called the “Granddaddy” of Kentucky Outdoor Dramas.
The Playhouse (UofL) - Built in 1874, The Playhouse building served as a small, interdenominational chapel for the House of Refuge. In 1923, UofL acquired the land on which the chapel stood, converted the structure into a theatre and, several decades later, moved it to the land that now is Freedom Park.
Ramey Amphitheatre - Central Park - Central Park's C. Douglass Ramey Amphitheater hosts free summer Shakespearean performances.
Rose Island Playhouse - Rose Island Playhouse & Company, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to educate, enrich, entertain, and provide our community with a well-rounded family-oriented experience in a theatrical venue.
Shelby County Community Theatre - With various programs designed to enhance the arts and entertainment opportunities for adults and children alike, Shelby County Community Theatre has become the heart of the area's cultural community.
Stage on Spring - A performance venue in our newly-renovated 70-seat Chapel.
The Theatre Downstream - An award winning community theatre in the heart of Henry County, KY.
TheatreWorks of Southern Indiana - We are an inclusive non-profit theatre company committed to creating a performance space for local artists, providing performance opportunities for actors & technicians, offering quality entertainment to the community, & promoting the education of the cultural arts in the region.
Thrust Theatre (UofL) - UofL Theatre Arts productions are also performed on the intimate stage of the Thrust Theatre. Built in 1992 and seating 164 patrons, the Thrust offers a variety of staging opportunities and interaction with the audience.
Ursuline Arts Center - The Ursuline Arts Center continues the tradition of excellence that first began in 1877 on the Ursuline Campus. Ursuline Arts Center is a cultural resource that enlightens, educates and captivates.
Whitney Hall (KCA) - A 2,377-seat, multipurpose concert facility, Whitney Hall can accommodate everything from the most elaborate touring Broadway extravaganzas to the more modest requirements of a chamber music ensemble.
Art Sanctuary - A community-oriented arts collective supporting local visual, literary and performing arts through events, promotion and education.
Iroquois Amphitheater - The Iroquois Amphitheater is a state-of-the-art, handicapped-accessible theater with seating for 2,348 that hosts a variety of performing arts and cultural programs located in Iroquois Park. The Iroquois Amphitheater is the official amphitheater for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Louisville Palace - The Louisville Palace offers a robust stage presence with audio equipment and visual lighting to match the passion of our visiting performance artists.