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Iroquois Park was nicknamed “Louisville’s Yellowstone”. Frederick Law Olmsted’s design took advantage of the rugged terrain and the drama of the mature woodlands and scenic overlooks. At the heart of the park is a 10,000-year-old forest that blankets the knob’s steep hillsides with a great variety of rare plants and animals.
Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest
Great talent set for this year’s Fest!
Hermanos: a six-piece Latin Jazz ensemble based in Louisville.
The Beat Daddy’s: From Owensboro, KY, have brought “southern rockin’ blues with a soulful attitude” to music lovers around the world for 30 years.
Steve Crews and Birdland South: Talented six-person group playing a variety of Jazz for all audiences.
Event Date: October 2, 2016
Event Time: 1pm-6:30pm
Location: Big Rock Area of Cherokee Park
Park Boundary Road and Valletta Lane
FREE PARKING AND SHUTTLE from St. Paul Church at 2000 Douglass Blvd.
Returning this year–Silent Auction! Check it out at the Pavilion!
Plan to bring a picnic blanket or a chair and plan to spend the afternoon enjoying this free outdoor concert! Food and drink will be available from ValuMarket.
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