Lexington, Kentucky, 2014
Graded as one of the top 10 festivals in Kentucky, Roots and Heritage Festival won't disappoint. This month-long celebration features a diversity of entertainment for all ages. Watch live music, boxing exhibitions, a comedy show, musicals, literary readings, see arts and crafts, visit an African-American marketplace, food vendors and more.
Bowling Green, Kentucky, 2014
Come and see as Circus Square Park in Bowling Green, KY transforms into an international paradise of different nationalities, and with them their unique culture and ways. Basically, the festival is a celebration of the diversity of the residents expressed through dance, music, food samples, live demonstrations, bazaars, and cultural display.
Springfield, Kentucky, 2014
The first weekend in October, once again, gives way to the annual Sorghum Festival. Explore a variety of booths, live music, a car show, parade, baby contest, kids games, a 5k run, and more! This festival started in 1978 in the county seat of Springfield with activities like sorghum cane molasses making, fiddle music, cloggin, and parade.
Taylorsville, Kentucky, 2014
With the theme "The Wild West", this year's Spencer County Octoberfest is ain't nothing like your ordinary Octoberfest. This family-fun celebration features a demolition of derby, live music, arts and crafts, grown-ups and kids pageants, delicious food and more! So, come ya'll!
Washington, Kentucky, 2014
Named after the the Father of Mason County, Simon Kenton, this festival is one of the most awaited Kentucky festivals that takes place every 3rd week of September. This 2-day historical adventure invites participants to experience a historical tour that features local heroes, explore over 180 different booths, antique shops, unique crafts, food stalls and more.
Midway, Kentucky, 2014
The 'Ole Smokey's steam engine, local handicrafts, artworks, live music performances, amazing food, kids activities, and a big excited crowd! What's not to like? Midway Fall Festival is one of the family-themed festivals in Kentucky that is worth going. The event will take place in Midway, a historic town located in downtown Midway, KY.
Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, 2014
Located at the heart of Kentucky, Lawrenceberg is all set to entertain you with lots of burgoo, live music, entertainment, and vendors of all sorts. Witness as the streets come alive with the sights, aromas, and sensations of the mighty burgoo in what's regarded as the burgoo capital of the world. If burgoo sounds appetizing to you, make sure to clear your schedule for this special occasion.
CAVE CITY, Kentucky, 2014
Considered as one of th best music festivals in Kentucky, Cave City Proud Days is held anually to honor the the rich heritage of this small town. This free event features some of the best bands around and a grilling party for everyone to enjoy. Activities include parade, tractor show, children's activities, women-less beauty pageant, live music, gospel music and a lot more.
Lexington, Kentucky, 2014
34th Annual Festival of the Horse
Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 2014
Are you a film enthusiast? This annual independent film festival is one of Ketucky's pride. It showcases different films made aspiring filmmakers from local to the international scene, but the fun doesn't end there. This year, Elizabethtown celebrates the 50th anniversary of 'Munsters'. The line up of activities include a motorcycle ride for charity, a car show, a Zombie to keep in trend with the overall theme.
August 22, 2014
Kenlake State Park Amphitheater - Hardin, KY 42048, Hardin, Kentucky
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