Thunder's nothing new for me, but I'm doing it up right this year for my Thunder-date, who's seeing it all for the first time. Watch for reports from the Seelbach and the Louisville Ballet's big bashes.
Do you want the experience of Thunder without having to wade through Louisville traffic? Do you want to see fireworks with the beautiful Louisville skyline as a backdrop? Then Jeffersonville is the place for you Saturday.
Does your family love Thunder, but hate the crowd? Slugger Field and the Science Center offers kid-friendly fun and fireworks viewing that is tucked away from all of the mayhem of Waterfront Park.
You want to Keep Louisville Weird this Derby Season? Watch out for Space Pirates!
Wayne Hettinger, who has produced the show for more than two decades, says that no matter where you decide to watch, there's one part of the show you cannot miss
An unabashed lover of Thunder Over Louisville shares her secrets on having a fun, leisurely day that won't end in screaming fights when your entire family is trapped in an unmoving line of cars waiting to leave a downtown parking garage.
Taking public transportation to Thunder can save you time--and introduce you to some interesting folks (like the Galt House employee who was drinking in the back of my bus last year).
The most useful suggestion? Bring some toilet paper.
Check out the schedule bridge closures on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Metro Parks offers limited number of spaces for RVs and tents Friday and Saturday nights
Thunder Over Louisville through the eyes of a first-timer.
Louisville's favorite fantasy rock band Wax Fang to play Prince's Purple Rain in its entirety at the Louisville Ballet's Let's Go Crazy at Thunder party.