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Louisville Blues n' Barbecue Festival
Join us at the Water Tower for t live blues music, food and fun
Live Blues music • Kids entertainment area • Great barbecue by F.A.B.D. Smokehouse and The Q • No food, drink or pets allowed • Lawn chairs and blankets welcome • Free Parking!
3005 River Road
$7 before 6 p.m., $10 after 6 p.m. Kids 10 and under free
Block Party & Movie
Bring your family for a night of horses, racing and Derby-style fun for the entire family. The evening will feature horse racing-themed activities including stick horse races, pony rides and hot air balloon rides
The fun and activities will culminate with the showing of the Disney movie, Secretariat on Northeast’s state-of-the-art screen in the new 2,100 seat auditorium.
July 8, 6 p.m.
Northeast Christian Church
9900 Brownsboro Road
4th Annual Jane Austen Festival
Regency Style Show, Regency Emporium, Four Course Afternoon Tea, Grand Ball, Workshops, Ladies Archery Competition, a Duel between Gentlemen, Music & other entertainment and NEW this year: “Cheer From Chawton” dramatic presentation Sponsored by: Greater Louisville Region, Jane Austen Society of North America
Historic Locust Grove
561 Blankenbaker Lane
Kentucky author, Melissa Newman, to speak at Carmichael's Bookstore
Carmichael's will host Kentucky author, Melissa Newman, for her books House of Cleaving and Sister Blackberry. Newman is an award-winning journalist and writer who credits her writing talent to a large southern family who reveled in storytelling. Her first novel, Sister Blackberry, deals with the strength of women and the secrets they keep, while her latest novel, House of Cleaving, explores the strange and seemingly unending mystery surrounding Annie Cleaving's recently deceased family.
July 9, 4 p.m.
2720 Frankfort Ave.
Sublime with Rome
Sublime with Rome is made up of two founding members of Sublime, drummer Bud Gaugh and bass player Eric Wilson with a new frontman, singer/guitarist Rome.
July 10, 7 p.m.
1080 Amphitheater Road
A legend as an R&B recording artist, Brian McKnight has released thirteen albums to date, seven of them have gone platinum, with several going double- and triple-platinum, and he has sold over twenty million albums worldwide. A star of stage, television and radio, McKnight now returns to the place he belongs, the concert stage, sharing the music he was born to sing.
July 10, 7:30 p.m.
The Brown Theatre
315 W. Broadway
$55, $45, $35
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