June 13, 2024. Louisville, KY. – Now that all the events have wrapped up, the Kentucky Derby Festival is Spring cleaning to prepare for the Festival’s annual Yard Sale next week. The summer tradition is a one-stop shop for finding deals on a variety of Derby Festival merchandise and collectibles. It takes place ONE DAY ONLY on Friday, June 21 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Derby Festival office at 1001 South Third St. in Old Louisville.

The Yard Sale features discounts on several items, including Derby Festival event t-shirts and tech shirts, Derby Festival Pins, posters from past years, and a variety of other memorabilia and vintage items that span the Festival’s history, including postcards, glassware, ornaments and more. This will also be the last chance for shoppers to purchase Derby Festival special Derby 150-themed merchandise and find close-out pricing on 2024 Official KDF Merchandise.

The Derby Festival Pin Wagon also returns showcasing 2024 metal event pins and plastic pins spanning from 1973-2024. There will be a special Pin Room open at the Festival Office with metal event, balloon and corporate pins dating back to the 1970s and available at reduced prices. A special edition 2024 Exchange Pin set is being offered to collectors in limited quantities.

The event typically attracts large crowds and sell-outs are expected. Patrons are encouraged to come early for the best selection and deals. Cash and credit cards will be accepted for purchases. Items must be taken upon purchase; no holds. All sales are final. The Kentucky Derby Festival Yard Sale will be held rain or shine.

About Kentucky Derby Festival
2024 marks the 69th year for the Kentucky Derby Festival. The Festival is an independent community organization supported by 4,000 volunteers, more than 400 businesses and civic groups, Pegasus Pin sponsorships and event participation. It entertains more than 1.5 million people every spring and has a local economic impact of more than $127 million. This involvement has made the Festival the largest single attended event in Kentucky and one of the leading community celebrations in the world.