Plus Upcoming July Events!
Plus Upcoming July Events!

September 20, 2018

The Sixth Annual Muhammad Ali Humanitarian Awards will be held on Thursday, September 20th at the Omni Hotel Louisville in Louisville, KY. 
This annual fundraising gala honors people who are making significant contributions toward securing peace, social justice, human rights, and/or social capital in their communities and on a global basis.
Tickets On Sale Here


World Cup Viewing Parties

Saturday, July 7th at 11:00 a.m.
Sunday, July 15th at 11:00 a.m.
Come celebrate the World Cup Quarterfinals  and Championship matches with your friends and family for a FREE viewing party this summer.
We'll have activities for children and fun facts about the teams related to our new temporary exhibit, America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far

Islamic Film Festival

Saturday, July 14th, 11:00 a.m.
The Ali Center will screen the following films  that highlight and celebrate Islamic culture. 
  • Allah Made Me Funny: The Movie
  • On A Wing and A Prayer
  • Prince Among Slaves
  • Islamic Art: Mirror of The Invisible World

Members-Only, Behind-the-Scenes White Glove Tour

Ali the Artist - July 18th, 
Ali the Champ - July 21st
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

TEAM ALI members have the chance to go behind-the-scenes at the Ali Center with our Curation Department. The tour will allow members to see and hear items and stories not available for the general public. Members can RSVP for July 18 here and July 21 here
Interested in becoming a member of the Ali Center? Join TEAM ALI here

America to Zanzibar Family Day

Sunday, July 22nd, 1 - 2 p.m. 
The Center will host a panel discussion of local Islamic leaders about Muhammad Ali’s importance to the Muslim Community from 1-2 p.m.

30 for 30 Film Series:
The 16th Man

July 31st, 6:00 p.m. 
We're partnering with ESPN Films to screen a selection from their award-winning 30 for 30 film series. All films are FREE. 
Rugby has long been viewed in South Africa as a game for the white population, and the country's success in the sport has been a true source of Afrikaner pride. When the 50-year-old policies and entrenched injustices of apartheid were finally overthrown in 1994, Nelson Mandela's new government began rebuilding a nation badly in need of racial unity. So the world was watching when South Africa played host to the 1995 Rugby World Cup. Though they had only one non-white player, the South African Springboks gained supporters of all colors as they made an improbable run into the final match where they beat the heavily favored New Zealand team.
Reserve your free seat here. 


America to Zanzibar: Muslim Cultures Near and Far
Open until December 30, 2018
Shining a Light: Experiences of Refugee Women

Visit the Ali Center Store!

Come check out our recently renovated store, open Tuesday - Sunday during operating hours, or online 24/7 at  

Host Your Next Event at the Ali Center!

Whether it's a wedding reception, sales meeting, or birthday party, check out the Ali Center's private use space for your next event. Both indoor and outdoor options.For more information on booking your event, call (502) 992-5319 or email
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