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What you’ll discover this winter about the Louisville area is simple: there’s always something happening. Plan your next visit to Kentucky and head for the Louisville area this winter, and checkout cities like La Grange and Shelbyville. With exceptional attractions, warm and welcoming locals, and a unique slate of events lined up, you’re sure to find just the adventure you’ve been looking for.
In Shepherdsville, found directly south of downtown Louisville, you can visit two of the area’s premier attractions during your winter stay. Kart Kountry can yield a fun-filled day for the whole group thanks to its wide range of entertainment options – an arcade, mini golf, and a 1.5-mile long track for go-karts, the longest in the world. And be sure to explore the Paroquet Springs Conference Centre during your time in Shepherdsville.
You exploration of the Louisville area should certainly include a stay in Frankfort. Aside from it being the capital city of Kentucky, Frankfort is home to some of the state’s premier, must-visit sites. Sports fans often make it to the Exum Center, home court of the Kentucky State University men’s and women’s basketball teams. On December 29th the KSU Thorobreds men’s team takes on the Albany State Golden Rams, and on December 31st they play the Fort Valley State Wildcats.
Frankfort will be hosting one of the most-anticipated concert events of early 2017. Visit The Grand Theatre on January 20th to see the iconic Pam Tillis live on stage. Tillis brings her legendary country music sound to the stage starting at 7:30 p.m. Nearly a month later, on February 10th, The Grand Theatre will present Close To You, a tribute show to the music of The Carpenters – it kicks off at 7:30 p.m.
When your winter visit to the Louisville area has you staying in downtown Louisville, you’ll be treated to an exceptional array of entertainment options. Make sure you visit the Louisville Palace on January 21st to see the music of Lukas Graham, and on February 16th you can catch a live performance from Aaron Lewis of Staind.
It would be a rare thing to make a trip out to Louisville and not find a bourbon-related event. Plan your stay for January 21st and visit the Melwood Arts Center for the 2017 B3BASH. Now in its second year, the B3BASH celebrates bacon, bourbon, and beer, and benefits local Kosair Charities. The food and beverage sampling will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., and the live music plays on until 11 p.m.
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