Sojourn will hold its Fall Festival and Affordable Art show at its new location on Shelby Street.
In the days before the Civil War ended in 1865, a main track of the Underground Railroad ran through Louisville, where a substantial community of slaves who had won their freedom, along with sympathetic whites, helped Southern fugitives find Northern freedom.
This Friday will be the second show of the local concert series taking place at The Louisville Palace. Raising Louisville's local musicians to national level is the name of the game. A Lion Named Roar, Field of Kings, and The Foxery are calling on the support of Louisville's entire music/art scene.
Eric Church and Justin Moore combined at the Yum Center made for one hell of a Sunday evening.
Last night at Headliners Music Hall, Louisville was treated to a great performance by Ben Taylor.
Savage Rose Classical Theatre Company presents the Shakespearean treagedy MacBeth beginning Thursday.
Join state historian, James Klotter, as he speaks on the history of central Kentucky, and presents the rich culture of the region with his new book, ‘Bluegrass Renaissance’. Catch him this Thursday, October 18th, at 6pm at The Filson Historical Society.
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts brings Beauty and the Beast to its stage. Read this interview with Belle (Hilary Maiberger) to find out more!
Everybody gets one.
Horses...bourbon...basketball....and polar bears? Yep.
Three seniors throw a benefit concert for Floyd Central High School's Performing Arts Departments.