Mercury Ballroom is home to many of Louisville's best events, from concerts, to conventions, weddings, and holiday parties. With its modern and funky interior, Mercury Ballroom is the perfect place to go if you're looking for a good time!
The Mercury Ballroom opened in the Spring of 2014 as Louisville's newest live music concert hall, adding another incredible piece of entertainment to Louisville's Historic Theatre District. The Wright Taylor building, now housing the Mercury Ballroom, was originally constructed in 1928 as office space for Wright & Taylor, Inc. , distributers of Old Charter Bourbon Whiskey. The Old Charter Distillery was located across the street on the northwest corner of 4th and Chestnut St. During the prohibition era and through the late 1960s, the building housed a variety of small commercial businesses. Added to the National Register of Historic places in 1984, the Wright-Taylor Building was a marvel in its day for its imaginative use of stylistic motifs and variety of color, and remains a rare local example of Tudor-Gothic architecture. The Mercury Ballroom is proud to utilize this beautiful historic building to host Louisville's greatest concerts and events.