Cocktail Party Venue
Located in Fourth Street Live!, Howl at the Moon is the ultimate cocktail party venue in Louisville—and we are making it easy for your guests to have a blast! Whether it is a thrilling cocktail wedding reception or a toast to the unforgettable night out, Howl throws the party you have been dreaming of. An electrifying live music show and drinks that are sure to excite is how we get the show started!
Our live music show can also be made optional for private events. The show can be tailored to meet your company’s needs.
It is time for you to set the stage! Howl Louisville has plenty of ways to make sure all of your guests get in the door with plenty of room. We also have semi-private sections and a private bar available for smaller groups, plus our venue can be completely customized with your own piano banners and wall signage, photo booths, catering from several local restaurants, cocktail stations and so much more.
Get settled in quickly and be ready to rock—Howl at the Moon’s live band is about to hit the stage! With a talented live music band, our thrilling show is full of hits from nearly every genre. Our players even take requests, guaranteeing plenty of favorites throughout your group! You are in control of the sound at Howl too, and our level-controlled sound can be set for your cocktail reception’s exact mood.
Send this cocktail party to the Moon with our unbelievable drink menus. Howl at the Moon’s cocktail menu features favorites and long-time classics. Our signature 86 oz. buckets are known nationwide for bringing people closer together and adding custom cocktail stations brings an extra layer of unforgettable fun to your cocktail party! Are you ready to Howl?
“We had a corporate event at Howl at the Moon and they could not have given us a more wonderful welcome! Super fun evening, good food and great entertainment!”
“Good food, helpful staff, perfect for a corporate event, which we did. Everyone raved!”
“This night couldn’t have gone better. Thank you for helping us with our fundraiser, and the company song! It was the theme song for the rest of the convention!”