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Louisville Welcomes Big Four Arts Festival at Big Four Bridge

September 12-13, 2020

About the event:

Back for the 4th year, the Big Four Arts Festival has been the most attended two-day event held at Waterfront Park on the Big Four Bridge Lawn. 

  • Held the weekend following Labor Day, the festival will take place on the four acre tree-lined lawn overlooking the Ohio River, located at the base of the walking bridge
  • $5 admission on-site, with a $1 discount on tickets purchased in advance online
  • The festival is a two-minute drive from downtown Louisville, drawing patrons from Southern Indiana as well as Louisville
  • Louisville Tourism presented the Rose Award to the Big Four Arts Festival for creating a new event that has been so successful in bringing commerce to Louisville
  • This festival is known for its varied juried artists as well as easy and convenient parking options

Festival Dates and Times:

Saturday, September 12 from 10am-7:00pm

Sunday, September 13 from 10am-5:00pm

Artist set-up is Friday September 11 from 9:00am-4:00pm

For more info about the festival, visit www.bigfourbridgeartsfestival.com

About the Festival:

The Big Four Bridge Art Festival is a public arts festival in the heart of downtown Louisville and will feature:

  • 200 juried artists booths including emerging artists
  • Food trucks
  • Children’s activities, including a petting zoo
  • Live music and entertainment
  • Ample parking
  • Dedicated trolleys to/from festival and parking lots along River Road throughout the event

Artist Info:

The Big Four Arts Festival in Louisville, KY is held on Waterfront Park at the Big Four Bridge Lawn – four gorgeous acres of tree lined walks overlooking the Ohio River. More than 2 million people visit Waterfront Park annually and 25,000 stroll the Big Four pedestrian bridge each weekend. The festival is known by artists for its easy access, spacious booth layouts, and many artist amenities. The 2017 inaugural festival was the largest attended two-day event ever at the Big Four Bridge Lawn with a 2-day attendance estimated at 50,000. Artists are chosen by an independent panel of 3 judges. This year we have allotted spaces for over 200+ quality, juried local and national artists.

Here’s what one artist had to say about the Festival:
"We do about 14 art shows a year; and I can tell you that this was the BEST one we have done this year.  Our sales were awesome. Your advertising paid off, because the crowd was huge.  I loved the lay out - the park is beautiful.  You did a wonderful job planning this event."  - Debbie & John Wiles, GourDesigns, Matoon

The Big Four Bridge Art Festival would like to thank the support of B4B Productions and Design Web Louisville.


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