If you live in Louisville, you might say, “What’s left to do in this city?” The answer? Plenty! Don’t underestimate Louisville’s fun-potential. Here are some things to do in Louisville this summer.
Waterfront Wednesday – Once a month, Wednesdays
On the last Wednesday of every month, you’ll get to listen to Louisville tunes on the waterfront. Admission is always free and the gates open at 5 p.m. Food and drink are available!
GreekFest – June 3rd – 4th, 2016
This GreekFest will offer you access to tons of Greek food, Greek pastries, ouzeria, Greek performances, raffle, face painting, and more! There’s free entrance and free parking.
2016 Lyndon Summer Festival – June 17th – 18th, 2016
This summer festival spans two days and will feature awesome food, musical acts, carnival rides, petting zoos, and more! There’s plenty for both adults and kids to enjoy.
Louisville Orchestra Waterfront 4th – July 3rd, 2016
Celebrate 4th of July the right way – with fireworks! It’s free admission and there will be the Louisville Orchestra playing.
8th Annual Jane Austen Festival – July 15th – 17th
This festival is perfect for literary nerds. It’ll celebrate famous author Jane Austen and there will be speakers, everyone will be dressed in period clothing, and a four-course tea serving!