If there’s one event Lawrence County citizens love the most, it’s the annual Septemberfest. Nicknamed, the “Best Little Festival in Kentucky,” it is known for bringing in people from all over the tri-state. The young and old flock to Main Cross Street in Louisa, to spend a weekend in September, drinking the sweetest lemonade and eating too many funnel cakes. However, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the 2020 Septemberfest was canceled, leaving the Lawrence County citizens desperate for the return of their beloved festival.
Following in the steps of Johnson County, as they recently announced the return of their Kentucky Apple Festival, the annual Septemberfest is set to return for its 33rd birthday. The decision comes after much consideration from the Septemberfest Board. Vendors and local businesses are already receiving letters from the board, asking for their support in this year’s festival.
The festival will be held September 10-11, as long as the State continues to allow events to open up. Citizens can expect to see the annual parade on the Saturday morning of the festival, along with the car show, a 5-10k walk-run and a fishing tournament. For further updates about the Septemberfest, check out their website at, http://septemberfestlouisa.com