1850 Priority Way
Louisville, KY 40299
Phone: (502) 266-6776
Fax: (502) 266-6654
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.
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.
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.
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.
Jim Porter's is a honky-tonk and bluegrass music bar located east of downtown Louisville and it's definitely an eclectic spot. It's surrounded by the lush foliage of Beargrass Creek Greenway and it functions as a no-frills, no-fuss establishment, where the music is Kentucky proud, not to mention the bourbon behind the bar. The food menu is simple with wings, sandwiches and burgers and if you can't make it here, try their sister spot, the Phoenix Hill Tavern at the entrance to Cave Hill Cemetery.
Come relax at this entertaining comedy club that features a variety of improv shows.
The Laughing Derby at Comedy Caravan is owned by Steve Hofstetter, Chris Bowers, Jamie Utley and Tony Deardorff. The club was established in 1985 and had different owners. It is one of the best places in town to laugh your heart out. Their shows are rib tickling and features famous as well as up-coming comedians. The food and drinks are also reasonably priced.
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.
What happened when prudent city planners, developers and artisans needed a novel idea to reconvert a defunct meat packing plant? The Mellwood Arts & Entertainment is what came to fruition. It's location in the East Market District area of Louisville adds to the allure of a hip and revitalized community and inside this huge space, more than 200 different artists and stores ply their wares. Some of the products sold include glass, sculpture, paintings, housewares, photography, the list goes on-and-on.
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.
This former aristocratic mansion has held soirees since it was built in 1886. The popular bowling lanes were added in 1936 and according to the Vernon, they are the oldest continuously active lanes in the country. But it's not just bowling that's the highlight here, the Vernon continues its convivial tradition with live bands, perfect pizza and a full panoply of drinks behind the bar. Everything about the Vernon exudes cool, from the building itself to the bourbon flowing freely (with a ton of different local selections), it's Kentucky kitsch at its finest.
The Phoenix Hill Tavern in the suburb of the same name is the spot to see macabre metal and rock shows, since it's location in front of the Cave Hill Cemetery is rather appropriate. But it isn't only morbid events and music mayhem here, the Phoenix also hosts special charity events and fundraisers that draw in massive crowds each year. There is normally a cover charge, however if you enjoy Marshall stacks turned up to ten, then the charge is usually worth it.