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.

Highlands Festival is a one day event focused on showcasing the eclectic Original Highlands neighborhood and businesses. By using all local vendors and all local workers, we hope to boost the economy and foster local buying through a fun, family-friendly free event! Highlands Festival will have over 100 local art and craft vendors, local not-for-profits, live music from Soul Circus (3-7PM) and Wax Factory (8-11PM), and food from 7 of your favorite Highlands restaurants! Enjoy a variety brews from Yuengling and cocktails from Tito’s and Four Roses while you keep an eye on the tots playing in the Family Fun Zone, and jamming to the spinning tunes of DJ Tank. There’s no charge to attend, so bring the whole crew and have a blast at the hottest block party of the year, all while supporting your local economy!

Travel around the world in one weekend, right here in downtown Louisville!

WorldFest, one of the region’s largest international festivals, celebrates its 17th anniversary with four days of expanded world food, live music, dance, culture and education this Labor Day weekend.

The third annual Hikes Point Brew Fest benefits the Francis Center, a Hikes Point community ministry.
Location: front parking lot of the Hikes Lane campus of St. John Paul II Parish

Tickets $25 in advance and $35 day of the event.

T-shirts: available for purchase day of event

Drinks available: breweries will be announced prior to the event – wine and hard sodas will be available

Food & non-alcoholic drinks: Heine Brothers cold brew and lemonade samples + available for purchase via food truck

2019 Kentuckiana Pride Festival/Concert
This years Festival and concert takes place at the Big Four Lawn, Waterfront Park.

Friday, 7pm-11pm
Saturday, 12pm-11pm

Kentuckiana Pride Lineup Includes-
Daya, Mykki Blanco, Cakes Da Killa, Dusty Ray Bottoms, Brody Ray, Myylo, Cover Me Badd, Bridge 19, GRLwood, Jess Lamb, Sheri Streeter, Lung, Marjorie Lee, Siri Imani (of Triiibe), Delefaye, DJ Syimone and more on multiple stages

With nearly 10,000 visitors, tons of vendors, food trucks and artists, our neighborhood is brimming with excitement! Rain or shine please join us on Saturday May 18th in Toonerville Trolley Park, near the corner of Brook & Oak Street in Historic Old Louisville. Springfest is Old Louisville’s biggest springtime festival and neighborhood market, and is always FREE and open to the general public. Springfest kicks off at 10 AM and rocks, eats, and shops until 7 PM!

100 local vendors, non-profits, and food trucks will be on hand selling their wares and services…unique local art, hard to find handmade items including jewelry, pottery and other one of a kind items. Great food trucks, artisanal food, beer garden, cocktails, bourbon tasting and our famous bourbon slushees.