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Issue: May 1994

Soon to be Playing at the Palace

Palace

Concert Schedule

June 29 Yanni

June 30 Rosemary Clooney

July 2-3 Harry Blackstone, Open House

July 7 George Carlin

July 13 Peter Frampton

July 19 Ted Nugent

July 22 Chuck Mangione

July 23 John Denver

July 24 Festival New Orleans

July 26 Steve Miller Band

July 29 Crosby, Stills & Nash

July 30 David Sanborn


Call 502-583-4555
for ticket information.

Photo by Paul Moffett

Co-owner John Seigel, Jr., left, announced on April 20 the grand re-opening of the Palace Theatre in downtown Louisville. The Palace, which has been closed for remodeling for some time, is one of the largest and most ornately decorated movie houses in the United States. It will be restored to as near its original condition as possible. The schedule of concerts, below, will begin with the already sold out Yanni show.

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