Cherokee Park Hosts the Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest on October 7th
The Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest will be celebrating its 13th year in scenic Cherokee Park on Sunday, October 7th. This family friendly festival will be entertaining the crowds from 2pm until 7pm with live Blues and Jazz music.
Cherokee Park itself is a great place to spend a Sunday afternoon with the family. The atmosphere is perfect for a relaxing picnic or a nature hike. The Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest will simply bring great music to the already serene setting of the park. This free festival is sponsored yearly by Metro Parks and the Olmstead Parks Conservancy to bring people out to celebrate in nature.
Festival goers will get to hear a few of the Louisville's most talented Blues and Jazz artists in the beautiful setting of Cherokee Park. The crowds will be entertained by the soulful sounds of Miss Lissa & Co., Dick Sisto, Steve Allee, and Don Braden with Todd Hildreth throughout the afternoon. The grand finale will be the headlining acts, the renowned Tyrone Wheeler and Jonathan Higgins.
This event is part of the Week in the Highlands celebration. There will be arts and crafts booths with festival merchandise and if you forget to pack a picnic basket, the family won’t go hungry. Refreshments will be offered by both O’Shea's and BBC. The Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest on October 7th will be a great place to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon while listening to quality tunes.
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