Louisville Magazine

SEP 2016

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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Special Advertising Section Historic and ornate, e Louisville Palace offers a robust stage presence with pristine audio and visual production quality to match the passion of visiting performance artists. e name is synonymous with the finest in touring aractions, local, national and international performing arts presentations, classic films and concert engagements featuring contemporary, gospel, R&B, variety, comedy and country artists. Past shows in this extravagant venue include Prince, Alice Cooper, Sturgill Simpson and Tony Benne. Upcoming shows feature Tom Jones, Lauryn Hill, Il Divo, Mac Miller and Lindsey Stirling, among others. With its 2,500-person capacity, and the various specialty rooms, this elegant and breathtaking venue is perfect for special events. For more information, please contact SydneyObryan@ livenation.com For the royal treatment, subscribe to premium seat program with Mindy. She can be reached at MindyGoff@livenation. com. e Louisville Palace: 625 S. 4th St, Louisville; www.louisvillepalace.com. In its third year. Mercury Ballroom is the premier concert venue in Louisville with incredible sound and lights. Past shows include Big KRIT, Melanie Martinez, Charlie Puth, Ghost!, Walk the Moon and Meaghan Trainor. Upcoming shows feature Kesha, Coheed and Cambria, Against Me!, Andra Day, GRiZ and Machine Gun Kelly. A dynamic and intimate venue for your next special event, Mercury Ballroom will hold up to 960 guests in its uniquely industrial and historic location in the Wright- Taylor building, known as a marvel in its day for imaginative use of stylistic motifs and variety of color. Today the building showcases Louisville's rich history with glazed architectural terra coa. For more information on special events, please contact SydneyObryan@livenation.com. For information on the only seats in the house, please contact MindyGoff@livenation. com. Mercury Ballroom: 611 S. 4th St., Louisville; www. mercuryballroom.com. The Louisville Palace: An iconic treasure to generations of Louisvillians Mercury Ballroom: Louisville's Legendary Venue, Epic Events

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