The busy festivities of the holidays may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun times have stopped! Louisville has lots of exciting events and activities planned for our residents and visitors. So whether you want to venture out into nature or stay warm in the comforts of the temperature-controlled indoors, our city of Louisville has something for you.

Edwards Communities has put together a list of events we think you shouldn’t miss! Here are our “Around Town Picks” for January:


Miller Bourbon Barrel Tours, January 1-4, Frazier History Museum

From “The Spirit of Kentucky” exhibit at the Frazier History Museum to a select distillery for tour and tasting, this tour is a fun afternoon for bourbon, friends and history. The tour includes transportation, the tour, admission to the Frazier History Museum and light refreshments. Book a tour here.


Louisville Cardinals Basketball, January 3-31, KFC YUM! Center

Come out and support the women’s and men’s Louisville Cardinal’s basketball teams this month at the KFC YUM! Center! Game dates, times and tickets are available on their website.


Elfapalooza, January 4 & 11, Galt House Hotel

Santa’s workshop will be in full throttle at the Galt House Hotel! Meet Santa’s elves, see a holiday movie, take a ride on the Peppermint Express, snack on appetizers and hot chocolate, and adults can enjoy an adult beverage. The event is free with a new, unwrapped toy donation to Toys for Tots. Learn more here.


Love, Sex and the I.R.S.January 9, Derby Dinner Playhouse

This hilarious comedy is chock full of sight gags, twists of fate and mistaken identities. It tells a story of two out-of-work male musicians who file tax returns as a married couple to save money, but who are now being investigated by the IRS. Secure your ticket here.


Elvis Tribute Artist Spectacular, January 11, Brown Theatre

Enjoy and celebrate the music of Elvis Presley, the greatest entertainer of all time, from the early Rockabilly years through the Las Vegas concert years. The best Elvis entertainers in the world are lined-up for an evening of music and fun. Visit their website for tickets.


The Dinner Detective, January 12, 19, 26, Embassy Suites Louisville Downtown

Solve a hilarious crime, enjoy a fantastic dinner and enjoy America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner show! The actors are present in the audience, hiding in plain sight and you may find yourself as a prime suspect! This interactive evening is fun, social and suitable for adults.


Brickuniverse Lego Fan Expo, January 19, Kentucky International Convention Center

Experience hands-on LEGO attractions that inspire, educate and entertain. Unleash your creative energy, meet special guests, and gawk at amazing LEGO creations at this ultimate LEGO lover’s paradise.


Progressive Louisville Boat, RV & Sportshow, January 23-27, Kentucky Exposition Center

Boating enthusiasts can test their boating abilities, try out a wide variety of kayaks and stand up paddleboards, and browse, board and buy hundreds of the newest model boats, RVs and accessories. Learn more and purchase tickets on their website.


Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing, January 24-31, Memorial Auditorium

Based on Judy Blume’s popular children’s book, Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing tells the tale of Peter Hatcher and his endless trouble with his mischievous younger brother, Fudge. Visit their website to purchase tickets.

These are just a few of the fun events offered in January in our exciting city! You can learn about other events by visiting the Louisville Convention & Visitors BureauInsider Louisville, or

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