Located inside the University of Louisville, the Margaret Comstock Concert Hall is used to host concerts and other events mainly organized by the University's School of Music. The hall is often used as a platform to showcase the splendid talent of the students at the university. The place also hosts several shows by famed artists that are delightful to watch. To know the schedule of the performances here, check the website.
2301 South 1st Street, Louisville, KY
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