Louisville, Ky. (WHAS11) - It's the eve of the Fourth of July, and many celebrations around town kicked off Sunday.
WHAS11's Adrianna Hopkins was at one of them that attracts hundreds of people every year in Crescent Hill.
The 28th annual Crescent Hill Old Fashioned Fourth of July Festival started Sunday. There's plenty going on: Music, local vendors, children's activities, etc.
"Thirty-five bands, local vendors, fireworks, children's activities. Of course we have the kids area as well," said Lorie Jacobs, Co-Chair Old Fashioned 4th of July Festival.
"I've been drawing for 45 years. Went to Morehead State, had dyslexia and I drew my way out of school," said artist PJ Campbell. "I see a lot of people walking by admiring your work. Excellent show...just wonderful. High caliber artists."
"We've been here all morning, we'll stay until the kids can't take it anymore. I've enjoyed the jewelry, the wood work. We actually bought an iron flower for our front yard. And the prices are really good," said Trish Bolstridge.
The festival starts at 10 Monday morning and ends at 10 p.m.