If you haven't discovered the incredible Kentucky Center for the Arts, this fall is the perfect opportunity. Commonly called just the Kentucky Center, this venue is one of the premier performing arts venues in the state of Kentucky. It's located in Louisville, and its tenants include powerhouse operations like Broadway Across America, Kentucky Opera, Louisville Ballet, and Louisville Orchestra. Whether you have season tickets to any one of these performance series' or are simply looking for an evening of entertainment while in the area, you can't go wrong with visiting this incredible arts center. Make it a getaway, and combine your trip to the Kentucky Center for the Arts with a stay at a Bed and Breakfast in the area. Find your favorite Inn using our search tool, and book your room today!
Kentucky Center for the Arts Performances to See in 2019
The Kentucky Center for the Arts is composed of 5 different venues, each for their own unique purpose. Whitney Hall is a beautiful 2,377-seat, multipurpose concert facility that accommodates a range of performances, including elaborate touring Broadway extravaganzas and chamber music ensembles. Bomhard Theater, with its 619 seats, is Louisville's premier family theater, and small music and dance performances. Brown Theatre seats 1, 441 guests, and combines old-world elegance with modern technology. Mex Theater seats 169 and is the perfect place for small productions, readings, and more. Tom Clark-Todd Hall is on the 4th floor of this magnificent building and is a multi-purpose space.
The slate of performances and experiences at the Kentucky Center for the Arts for the remainder of 2019 is promising. Here are just a few of the great performances you have to look forward to:
Dear Evan Hansen
Switchfoot, and their fantastic traveling music show
Wu-Tang Clan: 36 Chambers 25th Anniversary Tour
Sleater-Kinney with Shamir
Violins of Hope
Michael Franti and Spearhead
The Lion King
CirqueLouis: The Circus Show
Home for the Holidays Pops concert
Straight No Chaser; the Open Bar Experiment
A Charlie Brown Christmas, Live on Stage
Looking forward into 2020, here are just a few of the performances you can look forward to and plan for: