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    Waterfront Wednesday 2017 Lineup

    Waterfront Wednesday is among one of the summer favorites here in Louisville. On the last Wednesday of each month through September, locals gather on the Waterfront under the Big Four Bridge for concerts, food, and entertainment. Admission is free, and the event is child-friendly (but no animals are allowed). Yogis, acrobats, and flow artists utilize the waterfront as a time to share their skills with the community. The lawn opens at 5PM, and the concert starts at 6, with the bands rotating every 90 minutes.

    Photo from Louisville Public Media
    Photo from Louisville Public Media

    April 26 Murder By Death, Whitehorse, Maximon

    May 31 The Mavericks, Hollis Brown, Peter Searcy

    June 28 Pokey LaFarge, Robyn Hitchcock, Carly Johnson

    July 26 Strand of Oaks, Low Cut Connie, The Zach Longoria Project

    August 30 White Reaper, James Lindsey, In Lightning

    September 27 The Secret Sisters, TBA

    More questions? Check out the Waterfront Wednesday FAQ page!

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    Jessica Marquardt

    Jessica works as the Human Resources & Marketing Assistant for The Price Group. Jessica grew up in Louisville and is passionate about local businesses in the city. Jessica has a strong work-ethic and believes strongly in setting goals with intent and focus. She graduated from the University of Louisville with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Psychology, and has worked for an array of companies, both international and local, for profit and non-profit. Jessica also brings two years worth of real estate experience with her to The Price Group. When she’s not creating content for The Price Group, Jessica spends her time in the circus community, training, teaching, and working with underserved communities and demographics. She also enjoys gardening, reading from her vast collection of books, and spending time with friends and family.

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