Light Up Louisville

Light Up Louisville Is Tonight

by Gabe Bullard on November 25, 2011

The annual Light Up Louisville holiday celebration has begun.

The event begins at 3:00 with a 5K walk/run. Live entertainment and activities for children will follow. A parade will begin at 6:00. The tree lighting is at 8:50.

You can see a full schedule here.

Next week, Metro Councilman David James, D-6, will hold the first “Light Up California” event at the California Leisure Park at the corner of Dixie Highway and Kentucky Street. You can get details here.

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James Launches First Annual ‘Light Up California’ Event

by admin November 23, 2011

Seeking to bring a west Louisville neighborhood together, Councilman David James, D-6, is launching the first ever “Light Up California” event. Similar to Light Up Louisville, the event will include live musical performances by the choir of First Gethsemane Baptist Church and the River City Drum Corps. The festivities will also include James welcoming a […]

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Light Up Louisville Celebration Is Friday

by Rick Howlett November 25, 2010

It all begins at 3:00pm with music, food and craft booths and a 5K run and walk. The Winter Wonderland Parade is at 6:00pm, with the holiday lights switched on around 9:00pm.

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Light Up Louisville Changes Expected To Draw Larger Crowds

by Gabe Bullard November 26, 2009

The 29th annual Light up Louisville event is Friday.

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5K, Later Parade Added To Light Up Louisville

by Gabe Bullard November 5, 2009

Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced several changes to attract larger crowds to the Light Up Louisville events on the day after Thanksgiving.

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Light Up Louisville Set for Friday

by scrosby November 27, 2008

Light Up Louisville takes place Friday downtown. The annual festival includes a parade, the lighting of the city’s Christmas tree, and holiday games, crafts and concerts. Mayor Jerry Abramson says participants will also get a chance to make a donation to Toys for Tots and send holiday greetings to soldiers serving overseas. “Outside Metro Hall, […]

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