Independence Day, commonly referred to as Fourth of July is a federal holiday commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. We celebrate July 4th in Louisville Kentucky with fireworks, parades, backyard BBQ, fairs, baseball games, shopping for great deals, or enjoying a nice evening out with friends and family. However we choose to celebrate 4th of July 2018 in Louisville KY, we do so by honoring the the founders of our great nation. Some things to do on 4th of July weekend in Louisville Kentucky 2018 include camping, fishing and golfing. Want to do something at night in Louisville for July 4th 2018? Check out the Louisville Nightlife Guide or the Louisville Restaurants Guide.
Things to Do for 4th of July Independence Day in Louisville 2018
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2017 4th of July Independence Day
Shake the Lake! 4th of July Celebration
at Shelbyville/Shelby County Parks and Recreation
Saturday, July 1st: "Shake The Lake!" 4th of July Celebration - We are very excited about our upcoming "Shake the Lake” 4th of July Celebration presented by United Auto Workers Local 2383 and Martinrea Auto Stamping on Saturday, July 1st!
Red, White, & BBQ Patio Party
at Fourth Street Live! Entertainment District
Join us, as PBR Louisville, Tavern on Fourth, and Goose Island Beer Bridge join forces, on Saturday, July 1st; in throwing the biggest 4th of July Party in Louisville! Doors will open at 4pm.
Old-Fashioned Fourth of July
at Liberty Hall Historic Site
Liberty Hall will open its doors to the community on Tuesday, July 4th to welcome the public to its annual free community event, An Old-Fashioned Fourth of July, from 2 to 4 p.m.
Louisville Waterfront Fourth!
at Louisville Waterfront Park
Celebrate the Fourth with music, fireworks and family fun! Featuring FREE concerts with performances by MojoFlo- https://youtu.be/ZdkkjTUqLSM Dr. Dundiff & Otis Junior- https://youtu.be/ulg0f4oj2CI Jenna Dean https://www.jennadeanmusic.com/ The Afrophys
July 4th Party at The Brick Alley
at The Brick Alley
What's more American than 2 original bands, one local (Triceratops Jackson) and one nationally touring from New Orleans (Mighty Brother), rocking out the Brick Alley, while simultaneously celebrating the birth of our nation!