Please note that due to COVID-19, these market dates are tentative and are subject to being cancelled or postponed as the dates get closer. Check their website for the latest updates: ttnalouisville.org/springfest.
With nearly 10,000 visitors, tons of vendors, food trucks and artists, the surrounding neighborhood is brimming with excitement for the 9th Annual Old Louisville Springfest held in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, May 16th. Held rain or shine, guests can gather at the Toonerville Trolley Park 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 10am and rocks, eats, and shops until 7pm. Guests can shop from 100 local handmade artists and vendors, non-profits, and food trucks will be on hand selling their wares and services. Vendors will be selling items such as unique local art, upcycled goods, jewelry, pottery, clothing, handmade soaps, wood crafts, and artisanal food.
Attendees will also be able to enjoy live music from regional and local artists, as well as a special Kidzone, which will be open from noon to 6pm. There will be free face painting, games, inflatables and obstacle courses for children to jump, play, and explore.
The Toonerville Trolley Park is a public city park that has been lovingly restored over the last seven 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.
9th Annual Old Louisville Springfest
Saturday, May 16th: 10am – 7pm
Toonerville Trolley Park
1215 S Brook Street
Louisville, KY 40203