Ross will ease on down to the Palace in 2020. The superstar will be in Louisville at the Louisville Palace on Sunday, February 23rd.
Ross is one of the most successful recording artists of our time. The Motown legend got her start as the lead singer for the Supremes and then went on to have an unbelievable solo career with hits like “I’m Coming Out”, “Endless Love”,” “Touch Me in the Morning” just to name a handful of her mega hits.
The multi-Grammy Award winning performer will be backed up by a six-piece band during her show. Her last performance in Louisville was April 26, 2012.
Tickets go on sale today at 10:00 am for the Louisville, Kentucky concert.
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Twenty-twenty is shaping up to be a big year for entertainment coming to the Bluegrass. Comedian/actor Chris Tucker announces his return to Louisville. The Rush Hour and Friday star has attended the Kentucky Derby and other events while in Louisville. He even took the stage to sing with the late Teena Marie at the Grand Gala, a Kentucky Derby Event but this time he will take the stage to do stand up. Save the date of Friday, March 6th at the Louisville Palace.
Tickets are already on sale and they start at $39.50. Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. and the show begins at 8:00 p.m. Fans will not be allowed to take photos and/or record portions of the show. Tucker and his team just want you to sit back and just take in the comedy experience.
Courtesy: Snoop Dogg promotional photo for I Wanna Thank Me Tour
Special Announcement by Sherlene Shanklin, WHAS11, ABC Affiliate Louisville
When you get a song stuck in your head and you begin to sing it, everyone around you tends to hum it too. I started singing Snoop’s song and everyone wanted to know why I was humming his song. You didn’t hear? He’s coming to Louisville. The “I Wanna Thank Me” Tour will drop it like it’s hot at the Louisville Palace on Saturday, January 25th.
Doors will open at 7:00 p.m. for the hip hop superstar. The show will begin at 8:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, October 25th at 10 am.
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The original Bad Boy for Life Sean Combs aka Diddy does Derby? This is not his first visit to the Bluegrass but it will be the media mogul will do his first public party. It’s The Trifecta Celebrity After Party hosted by Diddy at the Louisville Palace, right in the heart of downtown Louisville on Fourth Street. The event will take place on Oaks Night, Friday, May 4th. It will start as soon as former NBA star turned entrepreneur Junior Bridgeman’s Trifecta Gala held at the Omni Hotel begins to wrap up.
Now with Diddy, the “trifecta” is now complete when it comes to the originators in the entertainment industry for Bridgeman’s gala. The artist performing at the gala is none other than Stevie Wonder,. The multi-Grammy Award artist was discovered for his musical talent while singing and playing the harmonica as a young man visually impaired but he clearly gives his fans a vivid picture of imagination and creativity like his hit song “Ribbon in the Skies”.
Another originator who will emcee the event is comedian Arsenio Hall. He elevated late night talk shows helping young actors and artists catapulted their careers but his show was a platform for some of the biggest stars in entertainment from Prince, Eddie Murphy, George Lopez to Paula Abdul just a name a few of the many guests on his show.
The Trifecta Gala will be held on Friday, May 4th in Louisville at the Omni Hotel. It begins at 7:00 pm.
After the gala, its Diddy for the Celebrity After-Party at the Louisville Palace. The party begins at 11:00 pm and ends at 4:00 am. There will be two options based on how close you want to get to the celebrities. There’s a VIP area. You can party in those areas. There’s also a first level admission that gets you into the party but no access to the level where you can see the Derby guests up close.
To proceeds will benefit the Bridgeman Charitable Foundations. To purchase tickets both events you need to go to their website www.trifectagala.com.
So if you have a Kentucky Derby event send it to me at The411@whas11.com. My Down the Stretch with Sherlene Shanklin calendar of events and activities will be launched this weekend and you can submit your events. If you have a celebrity guest, contact me so I can announce it.
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Valentine’s Day will never be the same if you give the gift love through music. You have only a few hours before you give your sweetheart a surprise. If you’re like many and time is not on your side consider taking them to a concert. Indiana native singer, songwriter and producer Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds will be performing at the Louisville Palace. The 11-time Grammy Award winning artist is known for his love ballads and with his dozens of hits throughout his 30 plus years in the entertainment industry. He’s known for working with stars like Toni Braxton , the late Whitney Houston, TLC and Midnight Star who started their group while attending Kentucky State University.
When you attend the show on February 14th, you will hear songs like “Whip Appeal”, “When Can I See You Again”, “I Care About You” to “Tender Love”. He will take you down memory lane and he may sing some hits you had no idea he was affiliated with like “My, My, My” by Johnny Gill, “End of the Road” by Boyz II Men, or “Red Light Special” by TLC. Babyface wrote and/or produced all of those songs plus countless others that your favorite artist sings.
Tickets are still available and they range from $30 to $99.50. Doors open at 7:00 pm and the show is at 8:00 pm. You can purchase them at www.louisvillepalace.com, or at the Louisville Palace box office.
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Actor and R&B star Tyrese is on a fast and furious pace. From a successful movie franchise to a wedding and now his will come off the big screen to hit the big stage. He along with Kelly Price and Dave Hollister will be in concert at the Louisville Palace hosted by Magic 101.3.
Save the date of Friday, September 1st to hear these soulful artists belt out some of their biggest hits from “Shame”, “Stay”, “Sweet Lady”, “Friend of Mine” “Secret Love”, “You Should’ve Told Me”, and “One Woman Man”.
Tickets are on sale and can be purchased at Ticket master locations, Ticketmaster.com and/or the Louisville Palace box office.
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Tickets went on sale at 10 am Friday for comedian/actor Dave Chappelle’s pop up show in Louisville and at 2:30 pm that afternoon, I’ve received word that the show is sold out for the Louisville Palace show.
Chappelle will be in Louisville on Thursday, June 8th. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and the show will begin at 7:00 p.m.
I have not received word if another show will be added but follow me on Twitter @Sherlenemediapr for updates.