The Library Theatre is known internationally as a world-class performing arts center. We present music, darma, dance and a variety of eclectic events. We are located on the Lower Level of the Hoover Library. Most of our musical artists are Grammy award winners and our plays are routed National Tours.
Some of our favorite performers over the years include Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, Los Lobos, Marc Cohn, Jim Brickman, Kathy Mattea, Pam Tillis/Mel Tillis, Black Jacket Symphony, Dailey & Vincent, Nickel Creek, Los Lonely Boys, Lorrie Morgan, Edwin McCain, Molly Ringwald, Phil Vassar, Drew Holcomb & the Neighbors, Blind Boys of Alabama, The Gatlin Brothers, Diane Reeves, Carlene Carter, Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls, Deana Carter and the list goes on and on. Dailey and Vincent have played on our stage a total of seven times, all with sold out performances and a list of over 300 patrons on the waiting list that we still could not accommodate. Molly Ringwald and Marc Cohn have each performed here twice. Really, it is too hard to pick our favorites!
Meeting Rooms: The primary purpose of library meeting rooms is to serve the needs of Library-sponsored programs and services, which shall receive scheduling priority. Otherwise, meeting room facilities are available for use by the City of Hoover and other community groups for events which are educational, cultural, intellectual, civic or charitable in nature. Meeting room facilities are unavailable for social events, such as baby showers, birthday parties and weddings. Meetings must be free and open to the public. Groups using the meeting room facilities may not charge an admission or class fee, sell items, promote items or services for sale or request donations for attendance or participation. Groups may collect membership dues from members at meetings. A maximum of 12 meetings per calendar year with no more than one meeting per month will be scheduled. Reservation requests must be submitted no later than three business days prior to the date/time requested.