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12 Louisville Locations to Visit from Jack Harlow Lyrics

Born in Louisville, the Atherton High School graduate's love for the city may not be obvious to people from outside the area, but Harlow is known to have incorporated many Louisville references into his song lyrics. The rapper is taking the music industry by storm with a #1 single with the song First Class, a sold-out world tour, and multiple GRAMMY Award nominations.

Below is a list of a dozen locations referenced in Jack's songs that fans can visit while in the city to get a glimpse of his former life in Louisville and get the perfect Instagram shot to caption with your favorite Harlow lyric.

Song: 21c/Delta
Album:
Thats What They All Say
Lyric:
“Girl, I’m at the 21c, come find me.”
Reference:
The 21c Museum Hotel Louisville is the original 21c Museum Hotel property of the growing boutique hotel chain and is located in Downtown Louisville. You’ll be able to spot it by the double-sized golden statue of David sitting out front.
Address:
700 W. Main St.

Song: Baxter Avenue
Album:
That’s What They All Say
Reference:
The real Baxter Avenue runs through the Highland’s neighborhood along some of the city’s best bars and restaurants.
Address:
999 Baxter Ave.

Song: Churchill Downs
Album:
Come Home the Kids Miss You
Lyric:
“Boxed at the Churchill Downs is motivation.”
Reference:
Churchill Downs is a historical horse racing facility just south of downtown Louisville. The horse track hosts a spring, fall, and September meet but is likely best known as the home of the Kentucky Derby since the race’s inception in 1875.
Address:
700 Central Ave.

Song: Ghost
Album:
Confetti
Lyric:
"I'm reflecting on life through Cherokee Park. Thinkin' 'bout life through Cherokee Park (Woo)."
Reference:
Cherokee Park is located in the Highland’s neighborhood and offers walking/running trails, basketball courts, and over 400 acres.
Address:
745 Cochran Hill Rd.

Song: Parent Trap
Album:
Come Home the Kids Miss You
Lyric:
“Hit the Slugger Field first pitch.”
Reference:
Located in downtown Louisville, Slugger Field is consistently rated as one of the top AAA ballparks in the country and is home to the Louisville Bats baseball team.
Address:
401 E. Main St.

Song: Rendezvous
Album:
Thats What They All Say
Lyric:
“Turkey on ciabatta from the Deli, shout to Morris.”
Reference:
Morris’ Deli is located just outside the Highland’s neighborhood and has been around since the ’80s. Harlow recently teamed up with the deli to do a ticket giveaway for one of his upcoming shows.
Address:
2228 Taylorsville Rd.

Song: River Road
Album:
Confetti
Reference:
This scenic drive is located along the Northern most stretch of much of the city and borders the Ohio River.
Address:
1600 River Rd.

Hot Brown

Song: Route 66
Album:
Thats What They All Say
Lyric:
"'Cause you left and you not 'round. Need a julep and a hot brown."
Reference:
The Hot Brown he’s referring to is the official sandwich of the city of Louisville and was invented at the historic Brown Hotel in the 1920s. You can get a mint julep there as well.
Address:
335 W. Broadway

Song: State Fair
Album:
Come Home the Kids Miss You
Lyric:
“I wanna go back to Kentucky and shut down the state fair.”
Reference:
Typically taking place the last two weekends in August, the Kentucky State Fair brings together the best of Kentucky from food to agriculture to entertainment.
Address:
937 Phillips Ln.

Song: Walk in the Park
Album:
Confetti
Lyric:
"I ain't never rocked no Pacsun. I was off the pack at the mall St. Matt."
Reference:
Harlow is referring to Mall St. Matthew’s, located in the east part of the city, just down the street from the Tin Roof. The mall does have a Pacsun store.
Address:
5000 Shelbyville Rd.

Song: Warsaw
Album:
Confetti
Lyric:
“We can smoke something then sip the juice. Two keys or the Tin Roof.”
Reference:
Though he may have been speaking about the now-closed infamous Two Keys bar in Lexington, KY, along with the Lexington Tin Roof, Tin Roof has its own Louisville location, located in the St. Matthews neighborhood.
Address:
3921 Shelbyville Rd.

Song: Whats Poppin’
Album:
Sweet Action
Lyric:
“In the 'Ville and I move like a don. Eating fettuccine at Vincenzo's.”
Reference:
Vincenzo’s Italian restaurant is a long-time Louisville staple and is available for lunch and dinner in Downtown Louisville. The Chicken Fettuccini is available for lunch for $14.95.
Address:
150 S. 5th St.

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