Louisville Memorial Auditorium
The Louisville Memorial Auditorium offers rich history and architectural beauty, while offering modern conveniences.
Louisville Memorial Auditorium was created through the outgrowth of two movements — for a public auditorium and as a memorial to commemorate the local community who served in World War I.
The Greek Revival building was designed by internationally renowned architect, Thomas Hastings, who was assisted by Louisville architect E.T. Hutchings. It was dedicated on Memorial Day, May 30, 1929.
Louisville Memorial Auditorium hosts a variety of concerts, stage productions, graduations, meetings, presentations and dance recitals & competitions.
It has been designated a landmark by the Louisville Landmarks Commission and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
970 S. Fourth Street
Louisville, KY 40204
The historic Louisville Memorial Auditorium operates under the orders of Governor Beshear, using the Commonwealth of Kentucky guidelines and CDC recommendations. Interested individuals, groups and organizations are welcome to contact management at (502) 584-4911 to discuss dates and types of events currently allowed to be held.
Since being temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic,
the facility has been thoroughly cleaned,
refreshed and given additional care.
Stay well, and we look forward to hosting events again at
the region’s only WWI War Memorial and public auditorium.