Snoop Dogg put on a great show at Horseshoe Casino last night.
View photos of the different areas inside the KFC Yum Center Arena.
As of 10-10-2010, the KFC Yum! Center has officially opened the doors for all to view. In addition to the brick and mortar facility, the KFC Yum! Center has also made their website available to purchase tickets, download mobile apps, view the seating chart and more.
This Saturday at Christ Evangical United Church, Louisville singer-songwriter Cheyenne Marie Mize will be performing in support of her new CD Before Lately. The Louisville show is the second date of a tour that finds her going across the US and into Canada this fall. In the meantime, you can purchase a tune not on the album with proceeds going to Norton Healthcare's Music Therapy program.
Bring the kids in full costume to the Louisville Palace on Saturday morning October 24th to celebrate Halloween early with the Louisville Orchestra at their annual Spooktacular concert.
Venerable classic country-rock band The Eagles set to open the KFC Yum! Center Saturday at 8:00 P.M., and fans hope it will be one of those crazy old nights.
In preparation for their Friday night concert at The Brown Theatre, Drive-By Truckers' frontman Patterson Hood took some time to talk with Louisville.com about the current tour, their forthcoming album, and what fans can expect at their Louisville show. Hint: Expect the unexpected.
Canadian band Stars will bring it's distinctive and melodic style of indie rock to Headliners Sunday night.
Original member Charlie Mechling and the rest of Straight No Chaser will perform at Horseshoe Casino Friday October 1. A few days before the show, Charlie spoke with Louisville.com about the band's new album and tour, replacing a founding member, and his dad's record collection.
The a cappella ten-piece from Indiana University is touring in support of their first non-holiday release, With a Twist, and will be performing at Horseshoe Casino on Friday October 1.
Legendary and genre-crossing guitarist Pat Metheny brings his innovative Orchestrion tour to Louisville's Brown Theatre on Saturday October 2.
Randy Newman will have over four decades worth of acerbic pop songs and Oscar-worthy film compositions to choose from when he plays with The Louisville Orchestra Saturday at Whitney Hall.