1500 E Crystal Dr.
La Grange, KY 40031
Phone: (502) 225-4125
Fax: (502) 225-6282
Enjoy the latest Hollywood hits at this stadium-style movie theatre.
Renaissance Fun Park is the spot to go for hi-octane entertainment. It's comprised of three main attractions: the go-karts, laser tag center and mini-golf. The center is spread over four acres (1.6 hectares) and it's a great place to host all kinds of events, from corporate team building parties to other group functions. Needless to say, its a perfect spot to bring the kids on their birthday. The park is located in the suburb of Middletown, about 20 minutes east of downtown Louisville.
The Oasis is a very interesting and versatile event space in the city. With a 15,000 square foot deck, a sports bar and grill, a spacious dance floor and volleyball courts, the venue promises premium quality entertainment for everyone. Different events like meetings, concerts, theatricals, parties and movie screenings take place here. The Oasis boasts sophisticated interiors and high-end sound and lights equipments which ensure the success of every show here. To know more about the place or check out the rental details, check the website.
This Cinemark theater is located in the suburb of St. Matthews, about a 15-minute drive east of downtown Louisville. It screens all the Hollywood blockbusters and the theater offers special prices throughout the week. Tuesdays are all-day for everyone discounts, Monday is for seniors and if you subscribe to their e-mail list, you can receive other coupons for drinks and popcorn.
Each one of the 308 deluxe rooms and suites has a marble bathroom with a whirlpool style tub, and a small screen TV in each bathroom. Deluxe accommodations provide you a choice of either king or double queen sleeping arrangements. They offer over 1,300 of the latest and most exciting slot and video poker machines and their 18-hole course provides over 7,000 yards of golf meandering through newly created lakes and specimen trees.
Jerry Green & Friends Nightclub is open seven nights a week and features vocalist, Jerry Green.
This 2013 addition to the Louisville music scene has been welcomed by all since the closing of the popular Ear X-tacy. Guestroom Records is a haven for all those who love music as they have an impressive collection. Featuring a vast genre of music which covers the old and the new, it is indeed a small treasure trove of musical gems. They also host concerts occasionally.
Solidarity is an event venue-cum-meeting space that hosts variety of events. Founded in 2011, it started out as an art gallery and now transformed into a bustling art hub. This space offers flexibility, and hence its visiting hours and show timings vary as per the event hosted here. Concerts, art shows, documentary sessions and similar other events are held here on a regular basis. Call for details.
The Gate is a vibrant event venue in Louisville that has played host to a number of illustrious events, most of them being concerts. Sellout shows are proof of the soaring popularity of this venue that has everything going for it as can be seen by the enthusiasm of organizers and audiences who revel here.
The elevated back bar allows you to wait in line with a view of the show. Headliners has an amazing acoustics with shows at reasonable pricing.
The Alley Theater along with Art Sanctuary has a combined display space in Butchertown. The center allows for artists to perform, rehearse, exhibit and display their work here. Local artists are given the freedom to express their artistic side without any limitations here at the Alley theater. Do contact for more details.
Located on the Lexington Road and almost hidden away by the hill, The Workhouse Ballroom is a long and narrow stone building that is used for hosting events. Its calender features happening parties, social events and concerts by local and national performers. These events are mostly BYOB, so one can get a bottle of beer from the nearby bars and head for a party at this ballroom. Artists/ bands like Jozef Van Wissem, Spirits of the Red City and Bill Callahan have graced the stage of this unassuming venue in the past.