Louisville, Kentucky-The weekend is here, and there are many interesting events on the calendars of Kentucky and southern Indiana.
Whether you like food, music or just enjoy outdoor activities, there is always one for you! Also, don’t forget the Kentucky State Fair held at the Louisville Kentucky Expo Center on August 29th.
Most of these events are outside, and we will see some fairly high temperatures this weekend. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen and stay hydrated! Check out the forecast here.
For something with an international style, check out the Louisville Greek Festival. The event is free and features Greek music, dancers and vendors.
The event will be held on Friday and Saturday at the Hypothetical Greek Orthodox Church at 930 Omsby Lane in Linden. A note on the festival website encourages people attending the festival to wear masks.
What kind of food do you want to eat? ! Gyroscope? Kebabs? Baklava? You can enjoy all these and more in our annual Louisville Greek restaurant.
The Louisville Jazz Festival will be held at the Iroquois Amphitheater on Friday and Saturday. Performers include Kirk Whalum, Alex Bugnon, Euge Groove and Lindsey Webster.
Doors open at 6pm on Friday and 3:30pm on Saturday. The concert will begin about an hour after the door opens.
Iroquois Amphitheatre is located at 1080 Amphitheatre Road in Louisville. According to the amphitheater’s website, concession booths and toilets need to wear masks, and it is recommended to wear masks in other places.
You can enjoy music from regional and national blues bands, while more than 45 professional barbecue teams from all over the country compete for prizes. Performers at this year’s event include Tab Benoit, Joe Louis Walker and Ghost Town Blues.
Post time: Aug-24-2021