Welcome to RiverPark Center
RiverPark Center seeks to improve the quality of life by hosting and presenting diverse arts and civic events, focusing on arts in education. RiverPark Center is a non-profit regional performing arts and civic center that entertains and educates nearly 200,000 people – including 25,000 children – annually through nearly 800 events.LEARN MORE
* The Kentucky Arts Council,the state arts agency, supports RiverPark Center with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.
From RiverPark’s Patrons
The performance kept their attention and the bus ride back to school was about the dragon falling off the stage, the white queen, and the dancing. While waiting in line to leave the girls were dancing like the ballerinas. I love seeing both boys and girls interest in the performing arts.
This was a very smooth field trip. The volunteers at the RPC did a fabulous job of moving us off the bus to our location and then returning us to the bus in a swift manner. Things were great!
All students were allowed to ‘create’ works of art. They were allowed to interact with others and use self-expression. These activities helped to make the Arts & Humanities standards ‘come alive.' Great day! Great activities!
My family has been here for New Year’s, Alma, Elmo, Chinese Acrobats, class reunions, Friday After 5, Winter Wonderland & summer movies. Thank you so much!
People expect it to be here and don’t want it to go away.
As long time members and supporters of the OSO, we know how important RiverPark is to the symphony and the community.
My daughter and I came to see Beauty and the Beast for her birthday. It was amazing and a memory we will cherish forever.
The RiverPark is a very vital part of our community. Through the years our children have enjoyed a number of events at the Center, just as we parents have. We want the Center to always thrive so that our grandkids and future generations can participate in whatever programs you provide.
The RiverPark Center has been a prime driver of activity downtown for years and will remain a signature and significant part of the core of the city and riverfront as downtown development continues.