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Try this free concert series in Louisville’s Central Park

Old Louisville LIVE returns this year, with three different performances.

A concert stage is lit with red light, while a band performs before a crowd of a few hundred people.

The Crashers performed at Central Park in 2022.

Photo courtesy The Old Louisville Neighborhood Council

Picture this: It’s a warm, clear, spring Saturday evening. You’re sitting beneath the trees, surrounded by Victorian mansions in Louisville’s picturesque Central Park, sipping a locally brewed beer and tapping your foot in rhythm to live music.

Sounds pretty good, right? Old Louisville LIVE, a free concert series, returns this year with a trio of performances at the Central Park amphitheater.

Here’s a peek at the full schedule:

  • The UofL Percussion Band — Saturday, April 13, 6:30-8 p.m. + kids activities starting at 5:30 p.m.
  • The Crashers — Friday, May 10, 8-10 p.m.
  • Hora Certa Brazilian Jazz Ensemble with Mike Tracy — Saturday, June 22, 7-9 p.m. at Treyton Oak Towers (211 W. Oak St.)

The series will also feature local food trucks + Old Louisville Brewery craft beer, as well as wine and bourbon at the concession stand, opening one hour before each concert starts.

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