All-In Hoopfest Attracts Top Youth Basketball Teams to Kentucky Exposition Center

More than 200 teams to compete! All-In Hoopfest, a top traveling high school basketball tournament, will draw more than 200 boys basketball teams to the Kentucky Exposition Center July 21-23. Teams ranging from 7th to 12th grade will compete against elite competition from across the country. Elite athletes, including numerous ranked recruits and teams will… Continue reading All-In Hoopfest Attracts Top Youth Basketball Teams to Kentucky Exposition Center

Southeastern Rodeo Association Returns to Freedom Hall

The Southeastern Rodeo Association’s 2nd Annual Louisville Open Black Rodeo rides into Freedom Hall at the Kentucky Exposition Center Saturday, July 22 at 7:30 p.m. The family-friendly event features professional cowboys competing for prize money in categories that include: Bull riding Steer wrestling Bareback riding Calf roping Barrel racing Cowgirls also take to the ring… Continue reading Southeastern Rodeo Association Returns to Freedom Hall

Inspiration Celebration Friday, July 7: Musicians, Humanitarians and Athletes Speak to Ali’s Legacy

Inspiration Celebration Freedom Hall, Kentucky Exposition Center Friday, July 7, Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and program begins at 7:30 p.m. Part of the “I Am Ali” Festival, Inspiration Celebration is held during the Run for the Roses girls basketball tournament at the Kentucky Exposition Center, with more than 600 teams in attendance. The event… Continue reading Inspiration Celebration Friday, July 7: Musicians, Humanitarians and Athletes Speak to Ali’s Legacy

Girls Basketball Tournaments Hit Kentucky Exposition Center

1,200 teams bring $38.5 million in economic impact.  Two national girls basketball tournaments – Run for the Roses and Battle in the Boro – take to the courts in July at the Kentucky Exposition Center, with more than 1,200 teams competing. The tournaments are expected to draw 17,000 attendees and participants, and more than 1,000… Continue reading Girls Basketball Tournaments Hit Kentucky Exposition Center