5 things to do in Louisville this weekend (3/4)


Ramada Inn
Friday – Sunday
Day Pass $25, 3 Day Pass $55
Video games have come a long way, but there is still something magical about retro games. So, this weekend get your vintage gaming fix on by playing hundreds of pinball and arcade games like Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Street Fighter II (no quarters required). There will also be classic consoles like Atari 2600, NES, Sega Genesis, N64 and tons of vendors with everything you need to take the retro gaming experience home with you.


‘The Lost World’ with Ut Gret
UofL (Floyd Theater)
Free; 8 p.m.
Before films like “Jurassic Park,” there was “The Lost World,” a silent film based on the Sir Conan Doyle novel of the same name. It was the first to show moving dinosaurs on the silver screen, and now you can view this piece of cinematic history alongside a live score by Ut Gret. Ut Gret is a Louisville based band that blends elements of jazz, pop and avant-garde music, which will certainly be an entertaining mix for a stop-motion movie about dinosaurs. We here at LEO do not advocate for the use of hallucinogenic drugs, but it couldn’t hurt for this one.

New Vintage & Zanzabar
$10-$20; 2 p.m.
With over 15 artists jamming out on one outdoor stage and two indoor stages, local breweries providing the best tequila, bourbon and beers in all the land, and everyone’s favorite food trucks keeping the masses fed, you know it’s going to be a good day. This mini-festival also benefits the bigger Seven Sense Festival, which in turn benefits the Boys and Girls Haven.


Garage Bar
11 a.m.
Come celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a special “Green Eggs and Ham”-inspired brunch at Garage Bar. There will be warm beignets, yogurt and berries, French toast dripping in maple syrup and powdered sugar, and of course eggs and ham. For the adults, you can also play some ping pong or cornhole and get your mimosa on. And, for the kids, there will be a mini-egg hunt. Fun for everyone!
Flat12 Bierwerks
$20-$30; 11 a.m.
This Sunday grab your running shoes and chase three leprechauns along the Ohio River on a three-mile closed course. The first to catch all three wins a prize, while other participants can drown their sorrows in liquid gold at Flat12 Bierwerks. Either way, proceeds benefit Shirley’s Way Charity, so it’s a win-win for everyone.