LOUISVILLE, Ky. (June 4, 2020) – Kentucky Performing Arts (KPA) is proud to announce it is partnering with the world-renowned Kennedy Center to present Spotlight On Louisville-Peace + Love + Justice, an upcoming episode of the Kennedy Center Couch
Concert: National Spotlight series. The series streams live performances to viewers across the country, inspiring, uniting, and healing audiences.
This special performance will honor the voices and musical diversity of Louisville and the Commonwealth, featuring performances from award winning Hip-Hop artist Jecorey “1200” Arthur and folk singer-songwriter Cheyenne Mize, with host Ben
Sollee, Kentucky-born cellist.
“It is inspiring to see how national audiences can be united through the arts, and KPA, along with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, are honored to be a part of the Kennedy Center’s series,” said Kim Baker, president and CEO of KPA.
The performance will be streamed live on the Kennedy Center’s Facebook and YouTube on Monday,
June 8 from 4-5 p.m. For more information on Couch Concerts, including performance details and series schedule, visit the Kennedy Center’s website.
About Kentucky Performing Arts
The mission of Kentucky Performing Arts is to build lifelong relationships with the arts. As an integral member of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet, Kentucky Performing Arts, along with the other agencies, seeks to preserve and promote
the history, heritage and arts of the Commonwealth.
Three locations comprise the family of venues under The Kentucky Performing Arts umbrella:
The Kentucky Center is located at 501 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202
The Brown Theatre is located at 315 West Broadway, Louisville, KY 40202
Old Forester’s Paristown Hall is located at 724 Brent Street, Louisville KY 40204 To learn more, visit KentuckyPerformingArts.org