Kentucky Festivals 2018, 2019

Junior League Louisville Hollydays 2018

Junior League Louisville Hollydays

February, 2018

Louisville Slugger Field , Louisville, Kentucky

Wild Women Wearable Art Trunk Show 2018

Wild Women Wearable Art Trunk Show

February, 2018

Courtyard Marriott, 100 S 2nd St Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville Jewish Film Festival 2018

Louisville Jewish Film Festival

February, 2018

Multiple Locations in Louisville, Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Bluegrass Wildwater National Paddling Film Festival 2018

Bluegrass Wildwater National Paddling Film Festival

February, 2018

Buffalo Trace Distillery, 113 Great Buffalo Trace Frankfort, KY, Frankfort, Kentucky

Lexington One World Film Festival 2018

Lexington One World Film Festival

February, 2018

Multiple Locations in Lexington, Lexington, KY, Lexington, Kentucky

Kentucky Kids Consignment Elizabethtown Spring 2018

Kentucky Kids Consignment Elizabethtown Spring

February, 2018

Pritchard Community Center , Elizabethtown, Kentucky

Tailspin Ale Fest 2018

Tailspin Ale Fest

February, 2018

Louisville Executive Aviation Center at Bowman Field, 2700 Gast Blvd Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Lexington Comic & Toy Convention 2018

Lexington Comic & Toy Convention

March 9, 2018

The Lexington Center, 430 W Vine St Lexington, Lexington, Kentucky

Lexington St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival 2018

Lexington St. Patrick’s Day Parade & Festival

March 17, 2018

Cheapside Park, 251 W Main St Lexington, KY, Lexington, Kentucky

Humana Festival of New American Plays 2018

Humana Festival of New American Plays

March 28, 2018

Actors Theatre of Louisville, 316 W Main St Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Kentucky Crafted 2018

Kentucky Crafted

March, 2018

Lexington Convention Center , Lexington, Kentucky

Cherry Blossom Festival 2018

Cherry Blossom Festival

March, 2018

Central City, Kentucky, United States, Central City, Kentucky

Louisville Health Kick 2018

Louisville Health Kick

March, 2018

Kentucky International Convention Center, 221 S 4th St Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Louisville Kids Fair 2018

Louisville Kids Fair

March, 2018

Kentucky Exposition Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Village Arts and Music Festival 2018

Village Arts and Music Festival

March, 2018

sidewalks, gazebo, and grassy areas - Hanson, KY 42413, Hanson, Kentucky

Kentucky Kids Consignment Murray Spring Sale 2018

Kentucky Kids Consignment Murray Spring Sale

March, 2018

CFSB Center at Murray State University , Murray, Kentucky

Blue Grass Trust Antiques and Garden Show 2018

Blue Grass Trust Antiques and Garden Show

March, 2018

Kentucky Horse Park's Alltech Arena , Lexington, Kentucky

Clarinet Festival Gifford and Foster 100 2018

Clarinet Festival Gifford and Foster 100

March, 2018

Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky

Louisville Spring Fest 2018

Louisville Spring Fest

March, 2018

KFC Yum! Center, 1 Arena Plaza Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Federal Grove Maple Syrup Festival 2018

Federal Grove Maple Syrup Festival

March, 2018

Federal Grove, 475 E Main St Auburn, KY, Auburn, Kentucky

Spring Fling Flea Market 2018

Spring Fling Flea Market

March, 2018

KY Expo Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Kentucky Derby Festival 2018

Kentucky Derby Festival

April 14, 2018

Multiple Locations in Louisville, Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

GonzoFest Louisville 2018

GonzoFest Louisville

April 14, 2018

Louisville Waterfront Park, Big Four Lawn, 129 River Rd Louisville, KY, Louisville, Kentucky

Southern Kentucky Book Fest 2018

Southern Kentucky Book Fest

April 20, 2018

Knicely Conference Center, 2355 Nashville Rd Bowling Green, KY, Bowling Green, Kentucky

Fantastic Fibers 2018

Fantastic Fibers

April, 2018

Yeiser Art Center , Paducah, Kentucky

About Festivals in Kentucky

Famed for its Bourbon and eponymous fried chicken, you might think that these gastronomic delights are the highlights of Kentucky. But you’d be wrong – it’s a place of geographical, cultural and social contrasts, and it’s packed with hidden beauty. It also offers a wealth of various festivals and events, with something for every traveller and resident.

Louisville’s WorldFest is one of the largest international festivals in the whole of the USA, and encourages engagement, assimilation and education on culture and heritage. It’s a feast of world music, world food and world dance, along with many more events to explore and celebrate the diversity of Louisville and Kentucky, including parades and performances. Dozens of countries are represented, so it’s a brilliant event to witness the native and authentic culture of a wide range of places and faces, with representatives from as far and wide as Mongolia, Hawaii, China and more.

Abbey Road on the River is a bopping, popping and heart-stopping festival of all things Beatles. The fabulous foursome from Liverpool changed the face of pop, and each Memorial Day weekend, they change the face of Louisville, with five days of tuneful fun dedicated to the iconic group. The event features tribute acts offering the very best recreations of the bands’ music, along with panels, discussions, screenings, parades and more. Previous guests and performers have included family members of The Beatles and former collaborators and bandmates.

With a state famous for tasty treats and tempting tipples, there are of course a wealth of food festivals throughout the region. And chicken is indeed on the list of celebrated offerings. The World Chicken festival is held each year in London, Kentucky - and for four delicious days, the original site of Colonel Sanders’ very first restaurant is honoured with a packed program of foody frolics. Guests can gorge themselves on lots of local treats, with plenty of booths offering a variety of lovingly-crafted home-grown cuisine. And if you’re keen to munch on some chicken, the world’s largest skillet is in attendance to serve up some delicious stuff. There’s also entertainment and attractions aplenty, with performers, parades, rides and more.

Other Kentucky festivals offer events centred around medieval life, BBQs, beer, cheese, music, state fairs, concerts and more. There’s plenty on offer for all of the family, so get yourself along to taste the finger licking fun!