Get ready for the 4th Annual Pints for Parkinson’s event on April 18th at Fourth Street Live! This festival will feature an assortment of regional craft beers, live music, and more all in support to raise awareness for Parkinson’s Disease.
Pints for Parkinson’s is an evening street festival organized by Jason Smith founded to raise funds and awareness for Parkinson’s Disease.
This free event starts at 5pm outside on Fourth Street Live! with live performances by popular bands Whiskey Bent Valley Boys, and Jericho Woods. With the goal of raising funds for Parkinson’s Disease, founder Jason Smith has incorporated his love of beer into the festival by providing numerous local beer vendors as well as an online silent auction for bidding with outstanding prizes provided by the Louisville Community. The event also has a boxing ring sponsored by “Rock Steady Boxing” as well as a special tapping of the Maibock Lager at Gordon Biersch with sales benefiting the cause! The event has grown each year and 2018 marks the events 4th year!
TICKETS: Free event