5 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (8/26)


Taste of South Louisville
Churchill Downs
$50  |  6-8:30 p.m.
Taste food from over 20 vendors and restaurants located in South Louisville like Seafood Lady, Caribbean Cafe and Vietnamese Kitchen. This is a great chance to try a bunch of new places all at once. All proceeds go to South Louisville Community Ministries mission of “providing emergency assistance and compassionate advocacy to our neighbors in crisis.” To buy tickets, click here


Racing FC Home Game / Lou City Away Game
Lynn Family Stadium / Fall City Brewing
Prices and times vary
Racing FC is hoping to pack the house for another record breaking game versus the Chicago Red Stars. Head to the game or swing by Fall City Brewing to watch Louisville City FC play an away game versus Miami FC. Fall City will also be offering $3 Lou City pints. 

Brew at the Zoo & Wine Too!
Louisville Zoo
$40-$125  |  5:30-9:30 p.m.
Enjoy delicious tastings from local breweries and wineries, and expect a few animal encounters (weather permitting) at this annual Brew at the Zoo and Wine too. All guests must be 21 or older, and can bring lawn chairs and blankets for the Oasis Field Lawn where there will be live music by the duo Kevin and Lauren. Beer and wine will be available until 9 p.m., and a ticket will get you 20 tickets for 2 oz pours.

St. Matthews Potato Festival
310 Ten Pin Lane
Free  |  Noon-6 p.m.
For the first time since 1952, St. Matthews is hosting a Potato Festival. This reimagined festival will have an old-fashioned charm with a Spud Putt hole-in-one contest, a Tater Trot fun walk, and a Mashed Potato Hits concert in the park. Not to mention plenty of food vendors.


Slur Your Role 103
$6 donation  |  5:30-11 p.m.
Join Nerd Louisville at Kaiju bar for a night of drunken D&D madness. There are games for every level of experience and helpful Dungeon Masters to guide you along. Games include Fallout RPG and the D&D 5E Multiverse. For more info on the scenarios you’re walking into, or to read Nerd Louisville’s code of conduct, click here.

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