Ludlow Hosts Cabin Fever Music & Arts Festival on Saturday
Ludlow will be rocking with music and art on Saturday with its Cabin Fever Music & Arts Festival.
The day-long event is a chance to shake off those winter blues and take in the eclectic urban community that Ludlow has blossomed into.
Folk School Coffee Parlor, Matt Ogden Productions, and the Bootsy Collins Foundation teamed up to create the event which is sponsored by the Jerry Springer Podcast and Guardian Savings Bank.
It kicks off at 4 p.m. Saturday and runs till 1 a.m. at six locations all over town showcasing music, while ten other venues will highlight local artists.
Featured Bands and Artists include Al Scorch, Tim Easton, Triiibe (formerly BLVCK SEEDS), Oiwey Collins and the Funk, The Whiskey Shambles, Jess Lamb & The Factory, Dead Man String Band, and more.
Visual artists include Brian Level (Marvel comics and Tattoo Artist Extraordinaire), Jeff and John Winkle, Tom Gaither, Linnoir Rich, Brian Beck to name a few.
Ludlow-based food offerings, local food truck favorites, booze (including Ludlow’s own Bircus Beer and Second Sight Spirits) will also take the stage.
Proceeds from the event support The Bootsy Collins Foundation's Say It Loud—Instruments 4 Every child— and Peppermint Patti’s Groovemint Girls programming!
Ample street parking as well as pocket lots will provide safe places to park your cars and walk around the most pedestrian friendly city in NKY. Admission is $20 pre-sale and $25 day of show.