Appalachian artists shine at Kickin’ it on the Creek

In its third year, Kickin’ it on the Creek, located a “Country mile” from downtown Irvine, Ky. May just be the best festival you’ve never heard about. Continue reading Appalachian artists shine at Kickin’ it on the Creek

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Inaugural Petefest aims to “Stomp the Stigma”

Organized in memory of Pete Jones and to raise money for mental health awareness and suicide prevention, the first annual PeteFest at Jones Fields outside Louisville was a smashing success. Driving up to the festival it was hard to fathom how close it was to the bustling downtown of Louisville, with meandering roads hugged by bustling tree lines leading to the festival grounds, offering the perfect escape for a weekend of music and philanthropy. Continue reading Inaugural Petefest aims to “Stomp the Stigma”

Moontower elevates its stock in year four

During a summer that’s seen Mother Nature prove uncooperative with Kentucky’s music festivals including soggy grounds at The Moonshiner’s Ball in May and a flash flood that wiped out Rudyfest in June, Saturday proved to be a pleasant surprise for Moontower Music Festival with sunny skies and a slight breeze throughout the day.  Continue reading Moontower elevates its stock in year four

The Tillers, Grits & Soul top a tasty music lineup for Crave

Since 2013 the Crave Music + Food Festival has provided a pop-up destination for Lexingtonians to focus their taste buds on the area’s best restaurants, food trucks, chefs, craft beers, cocktails and more. The festival, will hold its fifth annual gathering August 12 and 13 at the Bluegrass Fairgrounds at Masterson Station Park. Continue reading The Tillers, Grits & Soul top a tasty music lineup for Crave