PeteFest will return to Jones Fields for its 3rd year- another weekend full of music, arts, camping and mission to #StompTheStigma!

PeteFest is a charity event & all proceeds from ticket sales etc. will go to The Pete Foundation– preventing suicide and fighting depression in adolescents.

On Friday, May 31st and Saturday, June 1st, the Kentuckiana Blues Society and Check’s Cafe with major support from D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. will host the tenth annual Germantown Schnitzelburg Blues Festival at the corner of Hickory Street and Burnett Ave. The street festival with an outdoor stage will have three blues bands on Friday and five on Saturday. Admission is free and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Kids Cancer Alliance. Our schedule for this year is as follows:

Friday, May 31
Rusty Ends and Hillbilly HooDoo – 7:00-8:00
The Travlin Mojos – 8:30-10:00
The VillEffect – 10:30-12:00

Saturday, June 1
Tailfin Cadillacs – 4:00-5:00
D.J. Rice and the Payin’ Dues Blues Band – 5:30-6:30
King Bee and The Stingers – 7:00-8:00
Tee Dee Young with special guest Sheryl Rouse – 8:30-10:00
100 Proof with Special Guests – 10:30-12:00

The sound of steel drums. The savory smell of Caribbean-inspired food. That’s what makes the Four Roses Bourbon Kentucky Reggae Festival Louisville’s premiere Memorial Day Weekend event. You’ll love the authentic, delicious dishes from the Jamaican Association of Louisville and A Piece of Jamaica. You’ll find unique treasures among the arts, crafts, jewelry and more in the Caribbean Vendor Market. And you won’t be able to stop swaying to the contagious, soul-satisfying sounds of live Reggae music.
Come and escape to the islands – without ever leaving the city.

Abbey Road on the River is celebrating the music and legend of the Beatles from May 23-27, 2019 in beautiful Jeffersonville, IN. (Jeffersonville is part of Louisville Metro and sits on the north bank of The Ohio River, 3/4 of a mile from downtown Louisville.)
About the festival: For our 18th year, we’ll have 250 Beatles and 60’s-themed concerts all in one place for FIVE consecutive days presented by 60 bands, including:
*THE GRASS ROOTS (Saturday/Sunday)
*THE COWSILLS (Friday/Saturday)

Plus the very BEST Beatles tribute bands from around the world! See all the bands here:

We will celebrate the 50th anniversary of 1969 with special tribute concerts on: our namesake album Abbey Road, The Who’s Tommy, Crosby Stills & Nash, and Woodstock!

25,000 music fans from across the universe have been regularly attending Abbey Road On The River since 2002. They come with friends, with kids, with grandkids, and even alone because no one is ever alone at Abbey Road On The River.

Everyone sings and dances and everyone rediscovers their inner Beatle.

You can too.

It’s the weekend you will mark your year by and you will wonder how you never knew how much fun a music festival could be!

More information at