Boots and Bourbon back in Lawrenceburg for third year

Tickets are on sale now for Lawrenceburg’s third Boots and Bourbon, A Nashville Songwriters Event: “Thanks for the Music.” For 2021, the featured songwriters who’ll take part include Lee Thomas Miller, J.T. Harding and Wynn Varble. Miller has written seven number one hits, received three Grammy nominations and written songs performed by Tim McGraw, Brad…

Hammond Creek Dog Park ups Lawrenceburg’s pet friendly status

Lawrenceburg, Kentucky has added a great new facility that adds to its dog-friendly atmosphere for travelers. As of 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20, the 5-acre Hammond Creek Dog Park – located a couple of blocks from downtown – will officially be open 7 days a week, from dawn until dusk. The dog park is located…

Enjoy an autumn experience at Buckmeadow Farm Fest

There’s just something special in the fall when you have the chance to pick your own pumpkin, navigate a corn maze, pet some farm animals and get to experience a little bit of life on a farm. In Lawrenceburg, Buckmeadow Farm Fest offers all of that and more, with attractions that include: a 5-acre corn…

Artisan vendors taking over Main Street during Stave Fest

What would a festival be without talented artisan craftspeople? Along with the great food and music, this year’s Stave Fest will also have a number of vendor booths set up offering handcrafted items, ranging from bourbon barrel-themed furniture to leatherwork to custom t-shirts and much more. The list of vendors scheduled to be set up…

More than 20 food, beverage vendors coming to The Stave Fest

One of the best parts of any festival is the food. Come to The Stave Fest in Lawrenceburg Sept. 10-11 and you’ll find a great selection of vendors offering everything from seafood and barbecue to Cajun cuisine and some crazy baked potatoes.Grab lunch and/or dinner from these vendors, then stake out a spot on the…

Lawrenceburg’s bicentennial celebration planned for Sept. 10-11

Did you know Lawrenceburg was called Coffman’s Station before incorporating as Lawrence in 1820, then was renamed as Lawrenceburg in 1827? You can learn more about this and other facts from Lawrenceburg’s history during the upcoming bicentennial celebration, which is being held downtown in conjunction with the Stave Fest from Sept. 10-11. Stop by the…

Lawrenceburg Ghost Walk returns downtown for 2021 season

Are you intrigued by stories of ghosts, apparitions, strange noises and other paranormal activity? If so, take a walk on Lawrenceburg’s wild side beginning Saturday, Aug. 28, when the Lawrenceburg Ghost Walk kicks off the 2021 season downtown, with 16 total walks scheduled through Oct. 30. Local paranormal expert Jeff Waldridge leads the ghost walks…

Stave Fest to feature 11 bands, food trucks, art vendors and more

The annual Stave Fest is back again for 2021 in downtown Lawrenceburg, this year with two days of live music, food trucks, juried artisan craft vendors and more. For this year’s event, Lawrenceburg’s bicentennial activities – delayed from 2020 due to Covid – will also be incorporated into Stave Fest, with walking tours, historic displays…

Gold Wing riders coming to Lawrenceburg in August

The Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA) of Kentucky will be holding their annual Kentucky District Blast Rally in Lawrenceburg Aug. 19-21, which will include a kickoff event at the Lawrenceburg Green on the opening night that is open to the public. On Thursday, Aug. 19, at the Lawrenceburg Green, the band Puncheon Creek will…

Tourism Commission presents Built By Bourbon banners

Anderson County has been home to at least 14 distilleries over the years – dating as far back as 1810 – and several of the bourbon barons who operated them spent some of their profits building fine homes in Lawrenceburg. Visitors and residents often wonder about the history of these houses along South Main Street.…