With elaborate, breathtaking interior architecture, the Louisville Palace is one of Kentucky's most ideal locations to see concerts from artists of all genres. Michael McDonald is just one of the influential musicians set to appear on the venue's 2013 schedule, joining the ranks of hundreds of others who have performed at the national landmark since it opened in 1928.
Louisville Palace Seating Information
Four levels of reserved seating are available at the Louisville Palace theater, with the pit situated closest to the stage. Next is the main orchestra level with Sections 1-4, and then the loge level behind it with Sections 1-6 and rows ranging from A-E. The highest level from the stage is the balcony, which features sections 1-4 and rows F-N. Please note that the numbering of sections on all levels coordinates the lowest section number with stage left, while the higher numbers correspond to stage right.
Louisville Palace General Information
Typically, children of all ages require a ticket to enter the venue. Personal cameras are usually allowed, but flash photography and video recording are prohibited. No outside food or drink will be allowed inside the theater.
Louisville Palace Parking Information
While the Louisville Palace does not offer parking on site, there are several public garages and parking lots in the area around the theater, as well as street parking for those attending Michael McDonald.
Louisville Palace Gate Times
Doors open one hour before concerts begin.
Louisville Palace Accessibility
Accessible seating at Louisville Palace is available on the orchestra level, and accessible restrooms are open on the first floor. The 5th Street Parking Garage offers accessible parking on a first-come, first-served basis. The venue also offers different amenities like assisted listening devices, drop-off in front of the theater, and elevators in the building. Contact the guest services department for further assistance.