Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions has the scoop on where to go and what to do this month.
This Labor Day Weekend, check out WorldFest, one of the region’s largest international festivals, featuring food, music, dance, culture, and education.
Fall Fun begins at Gallrein Farms this month with the Sunflower and Corn Festival taking place the first two weekends of September.
The Big Four Arts Festival will be held under the Big Four Walking Bridge at Waterfront Park September 9-10. This two-day event will feature plenty of music, art, and entertainment.
The Young Hearts Theatre provides retired professional and non-professional performers aged 60 or older the opportunity to satisfy their desire to remain active in the performing arts. Check out their Vaudeville Fall Show Matinee performances September 14-17 at the Ursuline Arts Center. Performances are free but contributions are welcome.
In its 32nd year, the Kentucky Bourbon Festival is one of the Commonwealth’s leading cultural festivals, celebrating Kentucky Bourbon and the city of Bardstown, Kentucky. Events dates are September 15-17. Learn more here.
Centered in the small-town ambiance of Gaslight Square, the Gaslight Festival in Jeffersontown showcases over 135 arts and crafts vendors in a festive 3-day event taking place September 15-17.
Loud music fans, Louder Than Life is back September 21-24 at the Kentucky Expo Center. Are you ready?
By Lindsay McDonald (Have an event to add to the calendar? Send to Lindsay@TodaysMediaNow.com.)
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