AT&T Morning Line
The Kentucky Derby Festival recognizes the importance of public health and safety – it is always the Derby Festival’s top priority and we appreciate everything that is being done for all of us. We want to do our part as well, and with an abundance of caution, have decided to postpone the 2020 Kentucky Derby Festival until later in the year.
The schedule may look a little different as we move things into a new timeframe, but there will be a Thunder Over Louisville, a miniMarathon, a Pegasus Parade, and many other events in between. As you can imagine, there are a lot of moving parts, and once we get all the details finalized, we will release a new schedule.
With a dozen regional radio stations broadcasting their morning shows from the Kentucky Derby Museum, AT&T’s Morning Line has become a staple on the Derby Festival schedule of events.
Interviews includes Derby Festival guests such as the Queen & Royal Court, 2020 Festival Chair, as well as the KDF President and CEO. Local celebrities, politicians, coaches, jockeys, and trainers also make the radio rounds and the Governor of Kentucky may just make a visit.
The event began as a regional outreach effort of the Derby Festival to promote not only Festival and Derby events, but the entire state as a tourism destination throughout the year.