Country duo The Judds gave a fantastic homecoming performance at KFC YUM! Center on December 3, but many fans were shocked and upset to find out the KFC YUM! Center outdoor areas and balconies are non-smoking as police came through to push them back indoors.
The mother-daughter duo The Judds will be at the KFC YUM! Center on December 2, 2010 as part of their first tour in over ten years. In addition to their tour, they are about to launch their own tv series with the Oprah Winfrey Network and receive a career achievement award.
The Nutcracker, UofL–UK hoops and The Judds among December highlights
We asked higher-ups in the athletic department at the University of Louisville where famous locals would be sitting in the new arena. The response: "That's not something we share." So we've gone a different route, creating a quiz to find out if you'll be landing a decent seat. The more points you score, the more likely you'll be sitting courtside.
The pictures say it all: Justin ! Bieber! Excitement! Here's the dude up close and in action.
Leave it to Bieber to ruffle some media feathers. The often written and talked about teen singer Justin Bieber plays the new KFC Yum! Center tonight offering harmless fun for a specific demographic.
Local news for Nov. 9, 2010
If you missed the October 31 Cardinals Exhibition Game at the KFC Yum! Center, here is a toe-to-toe comparison of the fan experience at the new arena versus Freedom Hall. Learn what you can expect when you get to attend a game at the new arena.
My Morning Jacket threw a festive Halloween party that rocked the KFC Yum Center Friday night, showcasing young talent and celebrating their home city.
Wax Fang's Scott Carney talks about his upcoming show with My Morning Jacket and the Louisville Youth Orchestra at the KFC YUM! Center, Oct. 29.
My Morning Jacket returns to Louisville Oct. 29 for a hometown show at the new basketball arena. We going to hear some new material?
My Morning Jacket pays tribute to its Louisville roots and shows its support for youth arts programs by playing a high-profile rock show with the Louisville Youth Orchestra Symphony. Music Director Jason Seber explains how it all came together.