May 14, 2009 - 9:40am
Well known around town as a dining destination, Frankfort Avenue offers up a delectable selection all in one place at the popular event.
The Clifton Center, located at 2117 Payne Street, will host its 17th Annual Taste of Frankfort Avenue, sponsored by Brown-Forman, on Sunday, June 28, 2009 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. This year’s fundraiser, themed “A World of Tastes on Frankfort Avenue,” will include cuisine from over 30 of the...
April 20, 2009 - 9:44am
After all these years, these guys are still rockin'. Band together to show KISS that Louisville should be on their roster of show cities for their upcoming tour.
KISS fans can partner with the Kentucky Exposition Center to “Demand KISS” to come to Freedom Hall during the band’s next North American tour. KISS, the New York-based heavy metal band known for their trademark makeup and extravagant live performances, rose to prominence in the 1970s and continued...
May 22, 2009 - 9:24am
Forecastle Festival gets great buzz online and in the music community and there is a reason why. The headliners were previously announced and now they've added more bands with names you'd probably know.
The Forecastle Festival and Nederlander Entertainment have announced more artists to the 8th annual Forecastle Festival, July 10th – 12th at the Riverfront Belvedere in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
When 500,000 or so people convene in one place for an enormous event, there are plenty of different viewing persepctives. But seeing that Thunder is a waterfront event, there are certain "floating" options that perhaps you didn't think were available.
One of the midwests largest events is merely days away. Newbies and veterans alike are making plans and discussing the best vantage point from which to see Thunder Over Louisville.
For those who really are picky about where they watch the air show and fireworks display and are looking for the...
July 29, 2012 - 7:49pm
With lingering questions about the state of the economy, an event like Thunder Over Louisville can play a big part in making things feel normal.
It's been 18 years since the first Thunder lit up the sky over Louisville to open the Kentucky Derby Festival. In those years, the show has gone through changes, improvements, sponsorship issues, location changes, and all the challenges you'd expect an event of this magnitude would face.