November 12, 2010 - 6:46pm
Tell Lou about your favorite holiday ornament and you could win four tickets to opening night; ends Sunday!
Miss Lou over at Loueyville.com is hosting her first ticket giveaway. Up for grabs are four tickets to opening night of the amazing Cirque Dreams Holidaze at the Louisville Palace Theater. To enter, visit Lou's blog and leave a comment about your favorite Christmas ornament or decoration that you...
November 12, 2010 - 4:42pm
Experience the classic Hitchcock film brought to life this Saturday at the Louisville Palace.
When Alfred Hitchcock chose Bernard Herrmann to compose the music for his take on a low-budget thriller, the effect was impeccable. It's hard to forget the screeching violin that accompanied the inconic "Shower Scene," or the hard knocking persistence of the film's opening theme. This...
October 24, 2010 - 5:45pm
John Prine played a spirited two-hour set Friday night to an appreciative crowd at The Louisville Palace, performing songs that spanned his 40-year career. Sara Watkins was a worthy opener who also proved to be a fine duet partner for Prine.
From the opening chords of Spanish Pipedream to the ensemble version of Paradise that closed the show, John Prine charmed a warmly receptive audience Friday night at The Louisville Palace — and with good reason.
July 29, 2012 - 7:58pm
Miss the Daniel Tosh show at the Louisville Palace on Wednesday, October 20? Tosh was his normal, irreverant self, showcasing jokes about anyone and everyone, even slinging a few at the audience.
For fans of Daniel Tosh's Comedy Central show, "Tosh.O," Tosh's sold out stand-up show at the Louisville Palace on Wednesday, Oct. 20, did not disappoint. Even without his usual repertoire of web clips and his popular segment, Web Redemption, Tosh was able to deliver constant, hearty...
October 20, 2010 - 12:59pm
Singer-songwriter John Prine will be bringing nearly 40 years worth of material with him to The Louisville Palace on Friday night. Sara Watkins will open the show, which starts at 8:00.
John Prine is such a good storyteller you have to wonder if he read people's letters when he was an Illinois mailman in the late 60s. This Friday, October 22, Prine will bring a ton of classic story songs like Sam Stone, Hello in There, and Angel From Montgomery with him to the Louisville Palace....