For its 32nd year, the city’s annual celebration launching the holiday season is expanding and moving to 4th Street, creating a four-block festival of lights set to music between the Galt House and Fourth Street Live.
“The study clearly shows that our investment in Fourth Street Live has been wise for our city and for the state in general,” Mayor Greg Fischer said.
“Light Up Louisville is a great holiday tradition, but it’s time to create an even brighter, more exciting event that lasts from the day after Thanksgiving until New Year’s Eve,”
“From houseboating on Lake Cumberland to exploring the many fascinating exhibits along Louisville’s Museum Row, Kentucky is a fabulous place for people to bond while enjoying new and exciting experiences.”
A store focusing on “fudge and fun" is coming to Fourth Street Live! later this summer.
Need something to entertain the fam? Pick a night. You're bound to find something free.
Thousands of fans packed, Downtown Louisville at Fourth Street Live to celebrate the Louisville Cardinals Final Four apperance. The Team, Mayor Greg Fischer, Athletic Director Tom Jurich, and Head Coach Rick Pitino were all in attendence.
Closing time is closing time, at least at most places...right?
What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Here’s plenty of options to help you decide.
Local news for Oct. 17, 2011
Louisville's leg of the Ironman tournament has almost been fully planned with entrants and the like. On a related note, these people are in shape!
A summary of local news for June 15, 2010