TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR BOTH SHOWS
April 30, 2014. Louisville, KY. – Tickets are still available for this week’s Waterfront Jam concerts presented by Laura’s Lean Beef. The Waterfront Jam on Thursday, May 1, features The Fray with The Mowgli’s in concert; and Scotty McCreery with special guest Cassadee Pope, and Steve Holy on Friday, May 2. Both ticketed shows will be held at Kroger’s Fest-a-Ville on the Waterfront. Tickets are $32.50 and can be purchased at the gate.
The Fray released their fourth album Helios in February. The Denver-based foursome formed in 2002 after two of the band members, also high school friends, bumped into each other a local guitar shop. Their 2005 debut featured the hit singles “Over My Head (Cable Car)” and “How to Save a Life,” which went double platinum. Alternative rock band The Mowgli’s will open the show. 102.3 The Max is a contributing sponsor of The Fray concert on Thursday, May 1. The show starts at 8 PM.
Scotty McCreery is one of country’s hottest new stars with album sales topping 1.6 milllion, including a platinum selling debut that made BillBoard history and helped him win several new artist awards. He’ll be joined by Cassadee Pope, winner of The Voice Season 3. Pope just released her first country album “Frame by Frame.” Singer/songwriter Steve Holy, who’s topped country music charts since his smash hit “Good Morning Beautiful,” will open the show. 97.5 WAMZ is a contributing sponsor of the concert. The show starts at 6:30 PM.
Waterfront Jam is presented by Laura’s Lean Beef. Kroger’s Fest-a-Ville on the Waterfront is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. through Friday, May 2. This ultimate entertainment experience offers national concerts, family fun, food vendors, a children’s inflatable playground, midway rides and more. Kroger is title sponsor of Fest-a-Ville, with contributing sponsor Miller Lite.
Since 1956, the Derby Festival has worked to bring the community together in celebration. The Festival is an independent community organization supported by 4,000 volunteers, 400 businesses and civic groups, Pegasus Pin sponsorships and event participation. It entertains more than 1.5 million people in a two- week period 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.