An enthusiastic crowd of seven thousand fans made almost as much noise as the huge trucks jumping through the air at the first performance of the Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam event.
All of your favorite Monster Jam® Trucks will be there.
The basketball stars of tomorrow play in Louisville every year. Here's your chance to look into the future.
Did you know Louisville is home to a professional lacrosse team? Check out their family-friendly scrimmage on Saturday, December 15.
Hundreds of barrel racing enthusiasts converge on Louisville's Freedom Hall for the IBRA National Finals this week. There are close to 1500 competitors who will be competing throughout this event. Competitor Carly Dolan shares photos with Louisville.com. UPDATE - Our photographer/competitor Carly Dolan and her Thoroughbred Catch Me If U Can are the new 2012 IBRA National Finals 4-D Champions. Congratulations to them.
Defense was at a premium in Freedom Hall on Friday as the Kentucky Derby Festival kicked off festivities with the Basketball Classic, the White team defeated the black team, 130-127. Three Indiana recruits, One Louisville recruit, and possibly one Kentucky recruit, as well as other Top recruits were all in action. Check out the sights and see how the players fared.
A dream come true for your little princess.
The stars of Monster Jam (returning to Louisville January 27,28) cost about $600,000 per year each to build, maintain, transport and staff but entertain more than 4 million fans annually. An interview with one of the drivers reveals interesting background and some monstrous figures and facts.
"With a team that’s lost five of seven games, any win gives the fans hope," says UofL fan Nick Coffey, who operates TheCardinalConnect.com. But those wins are getting harder to come by for UofL basketball coach Rick Pitino. The season is in free fall and the fan base is starting to erode.
In recent years time and time again city officials have attempted to lure pro-basketball teams to the city, with varying degrees of success.
Kentucky turned Freedom Hall BLUE for the night, and Darius Miller walked away as the newest member of the 1000 point club at Kentucky, now with 58 members.
Calipari hints the traditional "home" game at Freedom Hall may come to an end if fans don't show. If the school puts a halt to future games there, it can only blame itself.