|Jul 23||8:00 PM||The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)||Find Tickets|
|Jul 29||8:00 PM||Vertigo (1958)||Find Tickets|
|Jul 30||8:00 PM||North by Northwest (1959)||Get Details|
|Aug 2||7:00 PM||Ray Lamontagne||Find Tickets|
|Aug 5||8:00 PM||Psycho (1960)||Find Tickets|
|Aug 6||8:00 PM||The Birds (1963)||Find Tickets|
|Aug 7||8:00 PM||Alice Cooper||Find Tickets|
|Aug 14||8:00 PM||Joe Walsh||Find Tickets|
|Aug 25||8:00 PM||Ben Rector - The Biggest Tour I Have Done So Far||Find Tickets|
|Aug 31||7:30 PM||3 Doors Down||Find Tickets|
The Louisville Palace was built in 1929, and is conveniently located in the city's downtown theatre district. The historic venue is visually, very striking. Built in the Spanish Baroque style, balconies, turrets and intricate detailing command the attention of any passers-by. Inside is equally as unique, with colors of blue, red and gold, a vaulted ceiling featuring 139 sculptures of famous histroical figures, and another ceiling (in the main theater room) which boasts an imitation night sky.The Louisville Palace is now an established, and highly reputable live music venue, run by industry giants, Live Nation. The combination of the venue's unique design and decor, and its top-notch acoustics and state-of-the-art sound and lighting technology has attracted many big names over the years. BB King, My Morning Jacket, Celtic Women, Lady Antebellum, Death Cab for Cutie, and Elvis Costello are just a few of those featured on the Louisville Palace schedule in the past.Why not plan your visit now? Make Eventful your source for all the latest news and up-to-date events information from the Louisville Palace, and check out the schedule right here!
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