1950 Newtown Pike
Lexington, KY 40511
Phone: (859) 233-0512
Fax: (859) 231-9285
A class-A, minor league affiliate of the Houston Astros providing an exciting summer season of America's favorite pastime.
Come watch the floats float on by and have a blast with the family! Food and drinks will be available at Robert F. Stephens Courthouse Plaza, and Phoenix Park and then if your not ready to go home head over to the Unified Trust Company Ice Rink located at Triangle Park!
A gathering point for all who appreciate computers or art, Collexion is a lively addition to Lexington's arts scene. Conveniently located in downtown, this space welcomes all who have knowledge of computers to partake in their friendly, welcoming, and creatively conducing ambiance, their plentiful workspace, and its wonderful crowd of locals. See the website to know about upcoming events.
Founded in 1938, LCT is a professional, non-profit organization that creates live performances for everyone to enjoy! See their website listed above for their season schedule and tickets!
A stunning Beaux Arts building, featuring a gallery showcasing Central Kentucky artists, as well as a theater for special events. The building the Artsplace is located in is a old YMCA building built in 1904.
The Lexington Philharmonic is the only professional orchestra in Central Kentucky. Under the leadership of Music Director George Zack, the orchestra presents over 150 concerts and educational programs annually.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Lexington Opera House is known as one of the premiere performing arts centers in the region. Programming at the Opera House offers something for everyone: ballet, opera, children's productions, family shows, comedy, music and professional national Broadway tours.
Located in downtown Lexington is the Rupp Arena, which plays host to several popular concerts, sporting events, family entertainment shows and conventions. The space can accommodate up to 23,000 people. The venue is home to Wildcats - the basketball team. Sound and light systems are high-tech and ample parking space is available. The excellent staff re-defines quality service, which is another plus for the venue. Housed within the arena is ‘The Heart', which was conceived after a popular demand for a medium sized space to hold concerts and meetings. This section holds from 2,300-10,000 people.
5/3 Pavilion at Cheapside Park is a semi-enclosed facility for events like celebrations, parties or wedding receptions. Located next to the History Museum, this pavilion is available only on rent and is not for those visiting the park.
The Lyric was the crowning glory of the neighborhood between the period of 1948 to 1963 and had some of the big names like Ray Charles, B.B. King and Billy Brown perform during its heydays. Built initially as a movie house, it went on to become a performance venue, hosting some of the finest acts of an era gone by. It closed in 1963 and was in disuse for nearly five decades and finally opened in 2010. Now called Lyric Theater & Cultural Arts Center, this renovated, iconic part of the city is spread across 29,000 square feet (2,694.19 square meters) and features a state-of-the-art theater, and an art gallery and museum. Comprising of two buildings which is distinct by an outdoor garden, it is the ideal place to get a glimpse into the rich African-American culture. Stop by for musical programs, films, exhibitions or educational outreaches featuring famous as well as upcoming artists.
The Roman Adamesque interior is still intact in this beautifully restored movie house. The theaters still show classic, modern, and foreign films.
Land of Tomorrow is not a regular art gallery. It opens the door to the world of modern and experimental creations in the field of music and design. By exhibiting the beautiful works of artists from across the world as well as inviting them for lectures and workshops, creates a melting pot for various artists. A delight for art lovers! The exhibitions held here are mostly combined with performances of local and national bands on tour, thus, making it an artistic and cultural hot spot in Lexington. Artists like Joseph Kucinski, Jonathan Muecke and Aili Schmeltz have showcased their artworks at this gallery in the past. Visit their website to know more.