Another sell out at the Iroquois Amphitheater!


By Jon Reiter
Communications Coordinator
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There’s a unmistakeable buzz around Metro Parks today on the eve of the Black Keys show at the Iroquois Amphitheater.

In case you haven’t heard, each one of the 2,402 seats in the Amphitheater will be filled for tomorrow night’s show, making it the first sellout at the facility since the Wilco concert in October of 2006.

The concert featuring the duo from Akron, Ohio marks what is probably the pinnacle of programming at the amphitheater this year. But, in reality, it’s also just one of more than three-dozen events, including music festivals, free movie nights, high school graduations and other community programming, that the historic structure has hosted.

And, there’s still more to come at the Amphitheater this season. Be sure to check out the upcoming schedule of events here.

Have you been to the amphitheater this year, or in the past, for a show? If so, we’d love to hear about your experience there.

And, if you’re planning on attending tomorrow night’s show, drop by early and check out what Iroquois Park offers. Often referred to as “Louisville’s Yellowstone,” the park offers spectacular hiking trails, a sprayground, a golf course (and disc golf course), tennis courts, outdoor grills and more.

Thanks for supporting the Iroquois Amphitheater, and Metro Parks!

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One thought on “Another sell out at the Iroquois Amphitheater!

  1. jackie Corey November 8, 2010 / 5:21 pm

    It is admirable to use such a large facility for various presentations. Just sitting there for a once a year event would be quite wasteful. Congratulations.

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