Waterfront Wednesday

Due to the spread of the Delta Variant of COVID we have decided to cancel the two remaining shows.
Click here for more info.

 

Past Schedule and Lineups

July 14 – Houndmouth, The Jesse Lees,  Sam Filiatreau 

                           July 28 – The Mavericks, Magnolia Boulevard, McKinley James 

August 11 – Gary Brewer and the Kentucky Ramblers , Villa Mure , CJ Sparks

August 25 – Christone “Kingfish” Ingram , Brooks Ritter , Genevva

September 8 – Dawn Richard , Bendigo Fletcher, Kiana & the Sun Kings (Cancelled)

September 22 – Low Cut Connie, SlothrustWombo (Cancelled)

 

  

 

COVID Safety and Other FAQ

We take the health and safety of you, our artists and our employees seriously. 

An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are gathered, even at an event that is fully outdoors. All guests who enter our event space must behave responsibly to prevent the spread of COVID. 

Know before you go – mask up, keep your distance and if you’re eligible, get vaccinated! Registrations are available with Wild Health at kyvax.wildhealth.com. Wild Health will also be onsite at the event.   Read the latest safety guidance here before you head to WFPK Waterfront Wednesday. 

Where is Waterfront Wednesday?
Waterfront Wednesday will be held twice a month at the Big Four Lawn at Waterfront Park, located next to the Big Four Pedestrian Bridge.

Locate food, drinks, sponsor booths and more on our wayfinder map!

I’m coming from out of town – how do I get there, what should I put in my GPS?
The Waterfront Development Corporation folks have exact GPS coordinates and directions from every, well, direction.

Parking Information
Waterfront parking map is available here.
Parkside Bikes is also returning this year with bike parking on-site.

Ride the Trolley
The Republic Bank Easy Ride Trolley De Ville will offer free trolley service located at the parking lot across from the Great Lawn and the Bats Stadium and will operate from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Is there handicap parking?
All of Waterfront’s parking lots (green, orange, Lincoln, silver, tan, red and turquoise) offer 4-6 handicap parking spaces . The red lot is closest to the Big Four Lawn, but used for production, and is full by 5pm . If you desire you can have someone pull in and drop you at the entrance to the red (production) lot, then find another place to park.

Is there a Waterfront Wednesday every Wednesday?
No, but with the delay due to COVID-19, this season we WILL have TWO shows each month July, August , and September.

Can I bring my kids?
Absolutely! Waterfront Wednesday is an all-ages event. However, parents should be aware that like any rock concert, there may be profanity or adult themes from time to time.

How much are tickets?
Waterfront Wednesday is a ticketless event and free to the public! We are extremely grateful to our sponsors and our members for making it possible to keep Waterfront Wednesday free. For more information on becoming a member, click here.

What time can I get there?
The lawn opens at 5pm.

Can I watch the concert from the bridge?
Absolutely! It’s a great place to listen and has a beautiful view. Be sure to tag any of your photos on social media #wfpk and #waterfrontwednesday.

What time is the concert over?
Set lengths and start times are approximate, but usually the festivities are winding down between 10pm and 10:30pm.

Can I bring lawn chairs?
Sure thing.

Can I bring my dog/ferret/parrot?
No pets allowed, sorry. Please leave the furry and feathered kids at home.

What else can’t I bring?
Outside alcohol is prohibited. No coolers, no glass, or pets allowed in the event area of the Big Four Lawn and the adjacent park areas.

Is there food and/or beer and/or alcohol and/or nonalcoholic drinks at Waterfront Wednesday?
Yes. Upscale festival food, local food trucks, and don’t forget to visit the bar!

Can I bring my own food?
As long as you don’t bring it in the aforementioned and prohibited glass or coolers, sure thing.

Can I bring my own beer?
I see what you did there. Still nope.

I’m interested in being a vendor at Waterfront Wednesday. Where do I find more information?
For more information, contact John Grantz

Can I make a donation to Waterfront Wednesday?
Donate here to help keep this concert series free!

I see rain/wind/tornadoes from Oz predicted in the weather report. Is there still a concert?
Waterfront Wednesday is a rain or shine event, and we’ve typically had beautiful weather over the years! But occasionally especially heavy rain or lightening has caused us to run on a delayed schedule, and in the event of a particularly bad storm, cancel. The safety of our attendees as well as our bands and workers always takes priority, and in the case of inclement weather, keep an eye on our Facebook page.

I lost my keys/sunglasses/credit card/license/sweater/water bottle/you get the idea/ at Waterfront Wednesday, help!
You can check to see if anything was turned into the Merchandise Booth (to the left of the stage) or by calling WFPK at 502-814-6500 the next day.

I wish I’d gotten one of those awesome t-shirts you were selling!
And you can! Check out our online store!

How do I find…?
Check out our wayfinder map so you don’t miss a thing.

WFPK Waterfront Wednesday Wayfinder Map July 2021

Booth Locations:

  1. Republic Bank
  2. Toyota
  3. Passport Healthplan
  4. Moxy
  5. Parker HR Recruiting
  6. U.S. Army
  7. Available to sponsor
  8. Louisville Water Company
  9. Friends of the Waterfront
  10. Louisville Public Media Membership
  11. 90.5 WUOL Education
  12. Available to sponsor
  13. Available to sponsor
  14. Quest Outdoors

 

COVID Safety (continued from above)

Mask up! Regardless of vaccination status, we encourage you to wear a mask in order to help keep yourself and others healthy. Don’t have a mask? Get one here.

Keep your distance. Be courteous to other concertgoers and make sure to give them space — on your way in, in the food line, on the lawn, wherever. We will continue to evaluate the layout prior to each event to ensure the opportunity for attendees to social distance.

How are you feeling? If you’re not feeling well, please STAY HOME. We cannot emphasize this enough. Help keep each other healthy.

Vaccination. You’re social distancing, washing your hands, and wearing your mask. Vaccinations are one more critical step in providing protection against the COVID-19 virus and getting back to the people and activities we love. While vaccinations are not currently mandated by state guidelines to attend outdoor events, we strongly encourage those attendees who are eligible to be vaccinated.

If you have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines or need resources to find a vaccination location near you, please check out www.vaccinefinder.org.

Stacy is the WFPK Program Director.