Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions Magazine has the scoop on where to go and what to do this month.
What’s on Tap this Weekend
The Louisville Zoo will be the place to be with the return of Back to Brew 2021 on Saturday, August 28.
Catch the last weekend of the Kentucky State Fair, running through Sunday, August 29.
Come out and enjoy an unforgettable evening of Jazz under the stars with Jazz in Central Park on Sunday, August 29.
What’s Happening in September
Don’t wait another 200 million years to check out the dinosaurs that have taken over the Louisville Zoo. Dino Quest runs through September 19.
On September 3, check out WorldFest, one of the region’s largest international festivals, featuring food, music, dance, culture, and education.
Mark your calendars! The Sunflower and Corn Festival takes place at Gallrein Farms September 4-5.
Plan to head to the Big Four Bridge Lawn at Waterfront Park for the 5th annual Big Four Arts Festival September 11-12. This two-day event will feature plenty of music, art, and entertainment.
Get ready for a night of laughs with The Second City Remix on September 17 at The Kentucky Center.
NULU Fest is returning on September 18 for a good ol’ block party, featuring local food, craft beers, bourbons, local and regional vendors, and live music.
Music lovers, Louder Than Life is back for more September 23-26 at the Kentucky Expo Center. Are you ready?
The Louisville Orchestra is offering a free concert season kickoff on September 24 at the Iroquois Amphitheater with a preview of composers that will be featured in upcoming concerts.
See which creatures of the night call Bernheim Forest home with the Owl Prowl on September 24.
Get Your Tickets Now
Foxhollow Farm’s Sunset Concerts offer live music, farm fresh food, and libations in a picturesque setting. Get your tickets now for Bridge 19, School of Rock, and Kentucky Wild Horse; they’ll be rocking the farm on October 1.
The Louisville Orchestra’s Classics: A Concert For Unity will be October 2 at the Kentucky Center.
Kentucky Shakespeare continues its tradition of a fall site-specific production for Halloween, presenting The Turn of the Screw October 6 – October 31.
Come dressed to impress in your favorite Halloween costume for Monster Mash 2021, benefiting The Arrow Fund. The event takes place on October 29 at Waterfront Botanical Gardens.
The Louisville Palace welcomes country music legend Travis Tritt to the stage November 13. Purchase tickets here.
Spend a delightful afternoon dining near the river.
Need a reason to get moving? Read how walking can improve memory.
Get out and explore the sights and sounds of a local sensory garden.