August 16, 2011 - 9:00am
For years now I haven't thought much about those plaques that sit around the fair and expo center. However, I recently discovered these plaques represent more than pictures of great Kentucky sports figures.
For about thirty years the hall has been a way to support Kosair as well as the men and women that display sportsmanship in athletic endeavors.
March 8, 2011 - 1:37pm
Do you like to cut and paste more than a second grader? Do you live for Sunday mornings and the Michael's ad? Do you have more pairs of scissors than an entire elementary school? If so, the event of your year is coming!
Is sitting for hours, surrounded by scraps of colored paper, mounds of family photos, and thousands of stickers in every imaginable theme your idea of fun?If you answered yes, then your own personal heaven is headed to Louisville this weekend. The CK Scrapbook Convention will be at the Kentucky...
August 21, 2010 - 11:31am
Friday proved to be a day for the kids, with hundreds of elementary schools sending students to spend a day at the fair.
April 20, 2009 - 8:44am
by Lou
After all these years, these guys are still rockin'. Band together to show KISS that Louisville should be on their roster of show cities for their upcoming tour.
KISS fans can partner with the Kentucky Exposition Center to “Demand KISS” to come to Freedom Hall during the band’s next North American tour. KISS, the New York-based heavy metal band known for their trademark makeup and extravagant live performances, rose to prominence in the 1970s and continued...
March 11, 2009 - 8:54am
by Lou
Louisville is a great concert town and always has been. But the two weeks of the Kentucky State Fair typically up the ante with a slew of paid and free concerts and 2009 is no different.
The Kentucky State Fair concerts announced this week are a typical mix of genres aimed at attracting the largest, most varied crowd they can to the fairgrounds in August. On opening night of the fair with special guest Gavin DeGraw.  Clarkson is best known for being the inaugural winner of...