— A few days before the start of the 2016 festival season, Louisville’s Festival of Lights began its first ever full festival on Sunday with a full day of performances and activities in the City of Light.
The event, which was originally scheduled to start on March 9, is a tribute to the city of Louisville, Kentucky, which hosted the first ever Louisville Festival of Light in 1904, and which hosted a number of events in the past.
The festival is a showcase of the city’s unique history and traditions, with several stages for performances, an outdoor stage and outdoor stages for cooking demonstrations, art exhibitions, a food truck, and even a “fiesta” where people can learn to cook, paint, decorate, and more.
The festival is held in the heart of downtown Louisville and the city itself.
Louisville is one of a handful of cities in the United States that hosted the Festival of light in the early 1900s.
In addition to the event, there were a number other events throughout the city in the form of festivals, parades, and other events.
The Louisville Festival will be the city-wide celebration of the first citywide festival in 1873, when the city held its first festival.
The event begins with a traditional ceremony and fireworks on the historic downtown site of First Baptist Church.
There will be food trucks, a free public market, and a music festival to fill the night.
It’s a great way to spend a few days on the city, and the Festival is always an interesting way to start the festival season.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer was kind enough to provide us with a preview of what’s coming in the city this year.