Summer concerts to feature Groove Evolution, Sweet Beats

Mark your calendars now for two great concerts this summer on the Lawrenceburg Green. The City of Lawrenceburg and the Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Tourism office have scheduled two entertaining bands for the free concert series held downtown each summer. Both concerts are from 7-10 p.m. The Concerts June 8 – First up is The Groove Evolution,…

Lawrenceburg ranked among safest cities in Kentucky

Lawrenceburg likes being known for its two world-famous bourbon distilleries. Residents here also like having the distinction of being ranked as one of the safest cities in Kentucky. The National Council for Home Safety and Security recently released its annual rankings for safe cities and Lawrenceburg was number four on the list. FBI Uniform Crime…

Lawrenceburg’s Four Roses receives “World’s Best Bourbon” honor

The best bourbon in the world was produced in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. The honor of being World’s Best Bourbon was bestowed on Four Roses for its 130th Anniversary 2018 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon in the 2019 World Whiskies Awards. The announcement was made during the Whisky Magazine Awards New York program on January 30. “The…

Vertigo Bungee sets schedule for 2019 season

If you’ve ever wanted a truly unique, heart pounding thrill, come to Lawrenceburg, Kentucky and experience Vertigo Bungee. The crew who run Vertigo will return in May for once-a-month weekend jump sessions from the Young’s High Bridge, which spans the Kentucky River adjacent to the Wild Turkey Distillery. You’ll dive from a permanent bungee jumping…

Four Roses announces new 104 proof bourbon Four Roses adding new 104 proof bourbon

Lawrenceburg’s Four Roses is adding a fourth bourbon to its lineup, which will be found this spring in stores in Kentucky, Georgia, New York, California and Texas. The Four Roses Small Batch Select will join the existing Small Batch, Single Barrel and Four Roses Bourbon in the company’s lineup. The price of the new bourbon…

Cheers! Kentucky’s bourbon industry witnessing record growth

The Kentucky bourbon industry, which witnessed more than 1 million visits from tourists in 2018 at Kentucky Bourbon Trail distilleries, has doubled the number of jobs and the associated payroll over the last 10 years. During a press conference at the Kentucky Capitol on Wednesday morning the latest bourbon economic impact study was released, showing…

Kentucky Truck Tuggers kicking off season in Lawrenceburg

The Kentucky Truck Tuggers are scheduled to begin and end their 2019 season in Lawrenceburg. The group, which holds competitions around the region from April-October, will hold its first two events in Lawrenceburg at the Anderson County Community Park, the first on April 20 and the next on June 1. Another 13 “tug of war”…

Kentucky’s 2019 Official Visitor’s Guide now available

We’re only a few days into 2019, but that’s not too early to start planning trips to the many great locations you’ll find in Kentucky, including Lawrenceburg. To help plan your adventures, stop by the Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Tourism Office at 108 East Woodford Street and pick up a free copy of the Kentucky 2019 Official…

Sand Spring Baptist Church schedules 10 gospel concerts for 2019

You wouldn’t know it by seeing it from the outside, but Sand Spring Baptist Church has become a gospel music-lovers paradise. Built along old U.S. 127, just south of Lawrenceburg, the church houses a 900-seat auditorium. That is where – sometimes a dozen or more times a year – award winning, nationally-known gospel groups come…

Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival listed among top 100 spirits of 2018

Wine Enthusiast magazine has named a bourbon produced in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky among the top 100 spirits of 2018. Wild Turkey Master’s Keep Revival took the top spot in the magazine’s bourbon category. The magazine ranked various spirits, including tequila, vodka, whiskey, gin and vermouth, among others. Master’s Keep Revival is a blend of Wild Turkey…