Although it was dreary and raining outside, the atmosphere inside the Kentucky Center was abuzz with excitement for this once in a lifetime event.
On April 25, 1977, Led Zeppelin performed in front of 19,000 at Freedom Hall. That was the last time hard rock's most infamous group visited Louisville and with talks of a reunion tour squashed by Robert Plant, chances are Louisvillians won't get a chance to see the three remaining members together in Louisville again. However, Zeppelin's best-known tribute band, Get the Led Out will be making a stop at Whitney Hall this Friday.
The eight-man, music-making performance group, Stomp is to play Whitney Hall (Kentucky Center) Oct. 15, 16 and 17. The event is part of the PNC Broadway Across America series.
A summary of local news for July 28, 2010
The creation of the Declaration of Independence was easy compared to getting everyone to agree on it. Music Theatre Louisville presents its opening show of the summer season with 1776.
Three Award-winning Broadway productions comprise the upcoming season to appear at the Bomhard Theatre.
Love and wealth is in the air in the As Yet Unnamed Theatre Company's production of Sabrina Fair, which will open on May 21.
Conversation with comedian, who's performing Saturday night at the Kentucky Center, covers kindergarten teachers, short-term memory loss, a German Shepherd with an inferiority complex, lobsters, libraries and refrigerated ants. Tickets start at $25.
The Global Smash Hit Returns for One Week Only!
She's come a long way since Mary Poppins, but she's still a treasure of the earth and she's coming to Louisville (not via umbrella).
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