Located in the theater district of downtown Louisville, Kentucky, The Louisville Palace can be found specifically on the east side of Fourth Street, between Chestnut and Broadway Street. Opened in 1928 and designed by John Eberson, the theater has been deemed a historic landmark, and is owned by Live Nation. Featuring a Spanish-Moorish interior of arcades, sculpture, balconies, turrets and a midnight sky painted on the ceiling, The Louisville Palace is one of the more unique theaters in the Midwest to catch a concert at from a popular touring acts. The theater is divided into two stories (floor and balcony) and both floors contain bars that run the width of the building, separated by an intricately designed lobby.
Directions to Louisville Palace
From I-71: Merge onto I-64 West. Follow 9th Street Exit. Continue straight up 9th Street to Broadway. Turn left on Broadway and follow to Fifth Street. Turn left on Fifth Street. Parking is on the right hand side of the road.
From I-64 (East and West): Exit on 9th Street. Continue straight up 9th Street to Broadway. Turn left on Broadway and follow to Fifth Street. Turn left on Fifth Street. Parking is on the right hand side of the road.
From I-65 South: Exit I-65 at Jefferson/Brook Street. Exit onto Jefferson Street. Follow Jefferson to First Street. Turn left onto First Street and follow up to Broadway. Turn Right onto Broadway. Parking is on the right hand side of the road.
From I-65 North: Exit at Broadway and Turn Left. Follow Broadway to Fifth Street. Turn Right onto Fifth Street. Parking is on the right hand side of the road.
3rd street garage is located at 658 south third street
Fourth Street side near Theater Square
Third Street just before corner of Third and Broadway
Clearance Height: 6’8”
5th street garage is located at 630 south fifth street
Fifth Street between Broadway and Chestnut (Next to Brennan House)
Alley from Theater Square or alley in front of the Palace Theater
Clearance Height: 6’8”
General Parking Information
There are over 1800 parking spaces within a one-block radius of the Louisville Palace, including garage parking at The Brown Hotel and along Fourth, Fifth, and Chestnut streets. Disability parking is available in the 5th Street Parking Garage. Patrons may also drop-off and pick-up other patrons directly in front of the Palace as long as someone remains in the car.
There are two levels at the Louisville Palace, the Orchestra and Balcony level. The Orchestra level is closest to the stage and does also have an Orchestra Pit that has 3 rows within it.
VIP Information/Additional Information
The VIP Lounge opens one (1) hour prior to show time. the vip lounge entrance is located to the left of the bar on the main floor. please present your vip tickets to the usher/security guard at the entrance for admittance into the lounge. the lounge offers a cash bar, complimentary appetizers, and more!
Rules and Regulations
Non-professional still cameras (digital or film) are allowed, but flash photography, video and removable lens cameras are not permitted without venue approval. The Louisville Palace is a non-smoking venue, and outside food and drink can not be brought into the theater. All children regardless of age must have a ticket unless otherwise noted by show promoters.
Louisville Palace Box Office Information
The Louisville Palace Box Office is located to the immediate right of the theater entrance. Tickets can be picked up one hour prior to the scheduled show time, and customers must provide a picture ID, the actual credit card the purchase was made with, and the confirmation number. Box Office hours are Monday – Friday from 12pm to 5pm.
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