Kentucky Bourbon Festival aims to promote and educate the public on the history and production of Bourbon and support local non-profit organizations. It features Backstreets of Bardstown Historical Tour, Balloon Glow, Bootleggers & Bushwhackers Train Robbery, Boots and Bourbon, Bourbon Clues – Scavenger Hunt, Bourbon, Cigars and Jazz, Cocktail Mixology, Window Displays, Brushed Barrels, Culinary Art: Bourbon-Style Cooking School, Evolution of Bourbon Through Bluegrass Music, Exploring the Flavors of Bourbon, Family Fun Area, Fine Arts Bardstown Society, Food Court, and etc.

Join us on Sunday, June 9 at 2:30pm for a FREE music festival in Cherokee Park you won’t want to miss. Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancyand Natalie in your Neighborhood present Bluegrass on the Beargrass, a family (and dog) friendly bluegrass concert in Cherokee Park on Baringer Hill (Dog Hill).
Enjoy music from Plum Hokum, Noam Pikelny (of Punch Brothers’ fame) with Stuart Duncan, and Relic. Then make your way down Beargrass Creek to Rugby Field to grab a bite from one of many local food trucks.

VIP tickets are available for a $75 donation, which comes with a one-year Olmsted Parks Membership and many day-of perks like private bathrooms, a dedicated bar, sweet seats near the stage, and an AMAZING Cherokee Park t-shirt you’re going to want to wear everyday. Kids under 12 accompanying VIP ticketholders get in free.