Special Weekend Entertainment
You don’t need to wait for a special occasion to take a special outing. A number of unique shows are taking place in Louisville this weekend that you won’t want to miss!
For the Kids!
The Yum Center has transformed into an enchanted winter wonderland as Disney On Ice comes to celebrate 100 years of magic! Audiences of all ages will have be captivated as Disney’s unforgettable stories and charming characters come to life in a way the big screen could never capture. The show features the largest cast of everyone’s favorite Disney Characters, from the traditional Mickey and Minnie Mouse to Buzz Lightyear and Nemo. Disney On Ice incorporates beautiful choreographed figure skating, everyone’s favorite classic Disney songs, and exciting sets, costumes, and special effects.
The show will run through Sunday, September 22. To find more information and purchase tickets visit the KFC Yum Center’s official website.
Romantic Date Night
For those couples or opera lovers who are wanting a night out on the town by themselves this weekend, the classic French opera, La Bohème will take the stage at the Brown Theatre (315 W. Broadway, Louisville, KY). The inspiring story set in early 19th century Paris is about young bohemians who find love while trying to make a living as artists. As one of the top ten performed operas, you will find yourself enthralled with the moments of joy and love, and absorbed in the harsh realities of poverty and sacrifice.
The show runs from Friday, September 20 through Sunday, September 22. Tickets begin at $34 and can be found on the Kentucky Center website.
Relive an America Classic
The Wizard of Oz has become one of the most treasured and beloved classic in entertainment history. To honor its 75th anniversary, the award-winning will take the big screen again for just one week. However, this time Dorothy and her friends invite you to join in on the journey to Oz in a 3-D IMAX experience! The re-imagined and re-mastered film will make audiences feel as if they can touch the infamous ruby slippers, smell the aroma of the poppy field, and jump right onto the yellow brick road to dance along with Dorothy, Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Lion.
Movie theaters will only be screening the film from Friday, September 20 through Thursday, September 26, so make your plans now to relive this timeless tale. Residents near Louisville can see the movie at the Stonybrook Theater (2745 S. Hurstborne Parkway, Louisville, KY 40220). Click here to find showtimes and tickets.