5 Things To Do In Louisville This Weekend (9/23)

Sep 23, 2022 at 10:48 am
A previous NuLu Fest.  |  Photo by Michael Brohm
A previous NuLu Fest. | Photo by Michael Brohm

Friday, Sept. 23

Mag Bar’s Quieter Than Existence Mag Bar $5  |  Doors at 8 p.m. As you probably know, Louder Than Life is happening this weekend. In response, Mag Bar is hosting Quieter Than Existence with performances by Belushi Slip Not, Milquetoast (from Indianapolis), Very Special People and The Jim Harralson.

1st Annual Noodle Royale Louisville StrEatery $20  |  4-9 p.m. The Facebook event page says it all: “Four chefs, a flight of noodles, who will reign supreme!” Watch as four chefs compete to have the best ramen noodles in all of Derby City. The $20 entry fee gets you more noodles than you can handle, with your vote giving someone serious bragging rights.  

Saturday, Sept. 24

NuLu Fest 600-800 Blocks of East Market Street Free  |  11 a.m.-10 p.m. The 12th Annual NuLu Fest is happening this Saturday, Sept. 24. Expect a good ol’ fashioned block party with live music, local food, regional vendors, craft beers and bourbon. Please note that there are no pets allowed at this event. To see the events schedule, click here.

Attend an Oktoberfest Various locations Prices and times vary There are quite a few Oktoberfests happening this Saturday. Holsopple Brewing is mixing it up by bringing a New Orlean’s style blues band to the party. But don’t worry, there will still be an Oktoberfest costume contest, brews and games with prizes. Goodwood Brewing is celebrating a family-friendly block party with live music and delicious brews from Goodwood. And St. Luke’s United Church of Christ is having a wholesome Oktoberfest with take-home and sit-down meals of homemade sausage and a variety of German-inspired sides. There will also be $5 beer, live music and lots of homemade desserts like Kuchens, cakes, strudels and candies. 

Sunday, Sept. 25

Tyler Park Jazz Festival Tyler Park Free  |  4-6 p.m. It’s the 12th annual “Sundays in September” Jazz Festival in Tyler Park. This family-friendly jazz festival will have food trucks, beer from West Sixth Brewing and a raffle with items from local businesses. Bring chairs and blankets and enjoy music by the Hermanos. 

Keep Louisville interesting and support LEO Weekly by subscribing to our newsletter here. In return, you’ll receive news with an edge and the latest on where to eat, drink and hang out in Derby City. 

Follow us on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.