Looking for something to do? Today’s Transitions Magazine has the scoop on where to go and what to do this month.
What’s Happening in September
Fall Fun begins at Gallrein Farms this month with the Sunflower and Corn Festival taking place the first two weekends of September.
The weekend of September 2-5, check out WorldFest, one of the region’s largest international festivals, featuring food, music, dance, culture, and education.
Foxhollow Farm’s Sunset Concerts offer live music, farm fresh food, and libations in a picturesque setting. Get your tickets now for the weekend of September 9 -10.
Plan to head to the Big Four Bridge Lawn at Waterfront Park for the Big Four Arts Festival September 10-11. This two-day event will feature plenty of music, art, and entertainment.
Food, fun, frolic! The 12th annual NULU Fest is happening September 24 offering plenty of local food, craft beers, bourbons, local and regional vendors, and live music.
Music lovers, Louder Than Life is back for more September 22-25 at the Kentucky Expo Center. Are you ready?
Join the Louisville Orchestra and Woodford Reserve September 30 to celebrate the finale of Bourbon Heritage Month with a Spectacle for the Senses flavor and sound experience, featuring Music Director Teddy Abrams.
Opening August 26 through April 30, 2023, visit the Kentucky Women exhibition at the Speed Art Museum which offers a closer look at the work of important Kentucky women artists.
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Kentucky Shakespeare continues its tradition of a fall site-specific production for Halloween, presenting Enter Ghost. an immersive haunted Hamlet experience, October 5 – October 30.
Come dressed to impress in your favorite Halloween costume for Monster Mash 2022, benefiting The Arrow Fund. The event takes place on October 14 at Waterfront Botanical Gardens.
The Louisville Palace welcomes rock legend Ryan Adams to the stage October 16. Purchase tickets here.
By Lindsay McDonald (Have an event to add to the calendar? Send to Lindsay@TodaysMediaNow.com.)