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                                     Motown the Musical (Touring)

It began as one man's story, then it became everyone's music, and is now Broadway's musical. Motown The Musical is the true American dream story of Motown founder Berry Gordys journey from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson and many more. Motown shattered barriers, shaped our lives and made us all move to the same beat. Now, experience it live on stage in the record-breaking smash hit Motown The Musical!

Price Range:

First Balcony (Grand Tier)
US $95.75 - US $110.75
US $95.75 US $110.75

Second Balcony
US $54.75 - US $100.75
US $54.75 US $100.75

Main Floor Back
US $95.75
US $95.75

Main Floor Front
US $95.75
US $95.75
Additional fees are applied at Checkout. Prices subject to change.

                                                                    Directions

THE KENTUCKY CENTER is on Main Street between 5th and 6th Streets. The Kentucky Center has a drive-through drop-off from Main Street just before 6th Street.

From the north via I-71 (Cincinnati, Oldham County) or
From the north via I-65 (Indianapolis, Clarksville) or
From the east via I-64 (Hurstborne, St. Matthews, Lexington) or
From the south via I-65 (Airport, Kentucky Kingdom, Fairgrounds, Nashville):
Follow the signs for I-64 West (St.Louis). Take 3rd Street exit going through the light at the bottom of the ramp. Turn right onto Main Street and The Kentucky Center will be on the right just before 6th streeet.

From the west via I-64 (New Albany):
Take the 9th Street exit and turn left onto Market Street. Turn left onto 5th Street and then turn left onto Main Street. The Kentucky Center is just before 6th Street.

From the north via the 2nd Street/Clark Memorial Bridge (southern Indiana): After you cross the bridge turn right on Main Street and The Kentucky Center is on your right just before 6th Street.


Parking
Parking is available at both The Kentucky Center garage as well as the Riverfront garage, both located behind the KCA.

There is a fee of $1.25 per hour, with a max total of $10.00, if you arrive before 3:00PM. From 3PM-6PM, there s a flat rate of $4.00. After 6PM there is a flat rate of $5.00.

Box Office Numbers
Box Office for Whitney Hall at The Kentucky Center:
(502) 584-7777. PNC Bank Broadway in Louisville(502) 584-7469 extension 7237

Box Office Hours
The regular box office hours for The Kentucky Center are Monday-Saturday 10AM-6PM
Sunday 12PM-5PM
The Drive-Thru is open Mon-Fri 11AM-6PM.

On performance dates, the box office will reamin open until 1/2 hour after the scheduled performance time.

PNC Bank Broadway in Louisville Office hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 5:00 pm

NOTE: A Broadway in Louisville representative will not be present at the Center until an hour prior to show time.

Types of Payment Accepted
The Box Office accepts American Express, Visa, Mastercard, Discover,cash and checks with proper ID.

Will Call
Will Call tickets can be picked up one hour prior to show. Customer must present the actual credit card, a picture ID and the confirmation number.

Accessible Seating
For Accessible Seating for any Broadway Theatrical performance at The Kentucky Center , please call 502-584-7777

Accessible seating contact PNC Bank Broadway Series: (502) 584-7469 extension 7237

General Rules
Cameras and recording devices are not permitted.

Children Rules
All children must have a ticket to enter the theatre.

Miscellaneous
Smoking is not permitted inside The Kentucky Center. Patrons are requested to go outside to smoke.

In consideration to other patrons, please be sure the ringer on your cellular phone, the alarm on your watch and audible beepers are turned off during the performance.

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