Fall Festivals Across Kentucky – September

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Fall Festivals and Family Fun Across Kentucky In September

There is no shortage of fun things to experience this fall across Kentucky.  BBQ, Blues and Bluegrass, apples and sorghum, hometown traditions and more.  So many towns, communities, counties, and organizations host fall events, and more often than not, they are free. Which events will your family be attending? Let us know in the comments below.

Metro Louisville

September 7, (Louisville),6pm-9:30pm & September 8 10am-9pm: Middletown Family Fun Festival and Craft Show

September 7, 6pm: Southern Seminary – Southern Circus Fall Festival

September 8, Louisville Dragon Boat Festival

September 8, 8am-2pm: Greater Louisville Hamfest

September 8, 10am-7pm, September 9 10am-5pm: Big Four Arts Festival

September 8, 1-11pm: Highlands Festival

September 8, 7:30pm: North Bullitt Demolition Derby

September 8-9, September Art Fair at Mellwood

September 14-16, Times and activities vary: Gaslight Festival

September 14, 4pm-midnight: Oktoberfest Louisville at German American Club

September 15, 5-10pm: Hal & Ben’s Bike-in

September 15, Noon – 11 pm: National Jug Band Jubilee

September 15, 2-5pm: reGeneration Fair with Waterfront Botanical Gardens

September 15-16, 11am-4pm: Fleur de Lis Regatta Sailing for a Cure

September 16, 1-4pm: Family Kite Festival

September 29, 9am-4pm: Family Fun Festival at Summit Heights UMC

September 29, 9:30 am: FARE Walk for Food Allergy Seneca Park

September 29, 11am-5pm: Portland Art Fair

September 29, 11am-11pm, kids are 11am-6pm: NuLu Festival

September 23 & October 28: Family Adventure Day at Churchill Downs

Central Kentucky

September 7-9, Kentucky State BBQ Festival

September 7-9, Festival of the Horse

September 8, 9am-7pm: Simpsonville Fall Festival

September 8-9, Trimble County Apple Festival

September 8-9, 9am-approx 6pm: Apple Festival at Evans Orchard

September 9,  11-6pm, Josephine Sculpture Park Fall Festival

September 14-16, Ft. Harrod Jazz & Art Festival

September 15, 9am-4pm: BUGFEST at Bernheim Forest

September 21-23, Spoonbread Festival

September 22, Harvest Festival

September 28-30, Burgoo Festival

September 29-30, 10 am – 5 pm: HarvestFest at Shaker Village

Eastern Kentucky

September 6-8, Old Fashioned Trading Days

September 11-15, Poppy Mountain Bluegrass Festival

September 15, Morehead Arts and Eats Fest

September 20-22, Black Gold Festival

September 22, Flatwoods 15th Annual Fall Festival

September 27-30, World Chicken Festival

September 28-29, Cave Run Storytelling Festival

September 28-30, Morgan County Sorghum Festival

Northern Kentucky

September 7-9, MainStrasse Oktoberfest

September 15-16, Sweet Owen Fall Festival

September 15-16, Simon Kenton Festival

September 21-22, Pig Out

September 27-29, Carroll County Tobacco Festival

September 28-29, Hoedown in the Holler

South Central Kentucky

September 7-9, Hart County Civil War Days

September 8, Homeplace Fall Heritage Festival

September 13-15, Cumberland River Bluegrass Festival

September 13-15, Blazin Bluegrass Festival

September 14-15, Horse Cave Heritage Festival

September 20-22, Cub Run Days

September 27-29, Casey County Apple Festival

September 28-30 and October 6-7, 13-14, 20-21, and 27-28, Pumpkin Festival at Jackson’s Orchard

September 29, Seven Springs Sorghum Festival

September 29, International Festival

Western Kentucky

September 6-8, Hickman Pecan Festival

September 8-9, Trail of Tears Pow Wow

September 13, Taste of Pennyrile

September 13-16, Jerusalem Ride Bluegrass Festival

September 14-16, Owensboro Air Show

September 22, Paducah Dragon Boat Festival

September 27-29, Hoptown Harvest Festival

September 27-29, Barbecue on the River

September 27-29, Lions Club Corn Festival

Click here for a full list of Fall Festivals in Louisville.

Click here for a list of Fall Festivals around Oldham County.

Click here for a list of Fall Festivals around Shelby County.

Click here for a list of Fall Festivals around Central Kentucky.