Where is Fourth Street Live in Louisville Ky?
Fourth Street Live! is a 350,000-square-foot (33,000 m 2) entertainment and retail complex located on 4th Street, between Liberty and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, in Downtown Louisville, Kentucky. It is owned and was developed by the Cordish Company; it was designed by Louisville architects, Bravura Corporation.
When is live music at 4th Street Live?
Saturday, July 24th at 3pm Live Music, Patio Seating, And Yard Games More Info Live Music: Jack N Lindsey Thursday, July 29th at 6pm Live Music, Patio Seating, And Yard Games More Info Hot Country Nights: Matt Stell Friday, July 30th at 8pm Fourth Street Live!
What are the places to eat on Fourth Street Live?
The large Hard Rock Cafe sign greets visitors to Fourth Street Live! Restaurants and entertainment venues in the complex include Gordon Biersch Brewing Company, Hard Rock Cafe, T.G.I. Friday’s, Birracibo, The Sports & Social Club (bowling alley and restaurant), Tavern on Fourth, The Fudgery, Bourbon Raw, and the new Guy Fieri’s Smokehouse.
When did the Fourth Street Live store open?
Fourth Street Live! first opened to the public on June 1, 2004, and all stores were completed for the grand opening on October 30, 2004.
Where are the bars on Fourth Street Live?
Fourth Street Live! also has a variety of bars and nightclubs including Tavern on Fourth, The Sports & Social Club, Howl at the Moon, and PBR Louisville. A mall-style food court is also located in the complex with restaurants like Subway, and Philly Station.
When did Fourth Street become a pedestrian mall?
The idea of turning Fourth Street into a pedestrian mall actually dates back to 1943, when mayor Wilson W. Wyatt suggested the idea. Proposals were drafted over the years but funding for the $1.5 million River City Mall project was not secured until 1971.