In 2006 the Bisig Impact Group brought the Four Roses Bourbon Kentucky Bluegrass & Bourbon Experience back to the Louisville region. A highly popular festival in the early 1980's, the event was re-introduced at its original home on the Belvedere at the downtown waterfront. In 2009 the event was moved to the Louisville Water Tower. A new addition to the event in 2011 was burgoo, a traditional Kentucky stew made from multiple cuts of meat and a bounty of vegetables. And now in 2014, yet another piece of Kentucky tradition has been added – bourbon. Since 2000 the Bluegrass genre has experienced an explosion of popularity nationwide. Nowhere is that more powerfully demonstrated than right here in our own Kentucky bluegrass-grown backyards. Four Roses Bourbon Kentucky Bluegrass & Bourbon Experience captures the essence of what has made it so popular-a musical experience that comes from the soul in a way that grabs your ears and your heart and simply won't let go—treating guests to three days of music by Bluegrass bands from around the country. Add all this to a family friendly environment that includes the Courier-Journal kids' play area with inflatables and other active attractions, and a beautiful riverfront setting, and you have a Kentucky-style recipe for one of the most highly attended festivals in the region.
Bio: Nashville’s artists from the beginning years of country and bluegrass are being represented in Nashville today by the Westbound Rangers. The Rangers are an acoustic group formed by four Belmont University students to preserve and promote music from the past while forging a new unique sound. They ...See Full Bio