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7th Annual Springfest
May 19, 2018

With nearly 10,000 visitors, tons of vendors, food trucks and artists, our neighborhood is brimming with excitement! Rain or shine please join us on Saturday May 19th in Toonerville Trolley Park, near the corner of Brook & Oak Street in Historic Old Louisville. Springfest is Old Louisville's biggest springtime festival and neighborhood market, and is always FREE and open to the general public. Springfest kicks off at 10 AM and rocks, eats, and shops until 9 PM!

Blocks of Artists and Vendors

Nearly 100 local vendors, non-profits, and food trucks will be on hand selling their wares and services...unique local art, hard to find antiques, vintage and contemporary clothing, handmade jewelry, and artisanal food.

Food, Food, Food!

Hang in the Fort George beer garden or enjoy our legendary bourbon slushies...all while sampling some of Louisville's finest gourmet food trucks!

Kosair KidsZone*

To help raise funds for children in need, we're proud to offer an entire area for the kids to learn, play and sing. The Kidzone has inflatables and obstacle courses for children to jump, play, and explore. The Kosair Kid Zone will be open from Noon to 6 PM.

Music

Enjoy live and recorded music in the Fort George Springfest Beer Garden!

 

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 Hey Vendors! Be a part of the most rad festival this Spring!  Click here to sign up as a booth or a food truck . If you have any questions about being a vendor at Springfest, please email  springfestcontact@gmail.com

Hey Vendors! Be a part of the most rad festival this Spring! Click here to sign up as a booth or a food truck. If you have any questions about being a vendor at Springfest, please email springfestcontact@gmail.com

Thank You To Our Sponsors!

  Louisville Metro Council President David James

Louisville Metro Council
President David James

 

New Location: Toonerville Trolley Park

Springfest 2018 showcases Toonerville Trolley Park (1215 S Brook Street) and Fort George (1260 S Floyd Street), combining both a public city park and private greenspace bounded by Oak Street to the North, Brook & Floyd Streets to the East and West, and Ormsby Avenue to the South. Toonerville Trolley Park has been lovingly restored over the last 7 years by local Toonerville residents in partnership with Metro Louisville Parks and Councilman David James. Toonerville Park now features brand new playground equipment, Louisville's only urban dog run, and is adjacent to the Brook Street community garden.