In its 30th year the Kentucky Bourbon Festival has reimagined itself, with an all-new format that features expanded opportunities for Bourbon lovers to enjoy and engage with educational experiences, from September 16-19, 2021.
The KBF is returning as an in-person event this year, after the 2020 festivities were forced to be held virtually due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Each year the festival draws the attention of Bourbon enthusiasts from all over the world, held in Bardstown, Kentucky each year to celebrate the history of distilling during National Bourbon Heritage Month.
Although VIP packages are already sold out, general admission tickets will include access to a number of events that include exclusive conversations with industry all-stars, unique cocktail classes to enjoy, the annual World Championship Bourbon Barrel Relay Race, and new to this year’s event there will also be direct sampling opportunities from dozens of Bourbon brands.
General admission tickets are available starting March 15, for $10 per day or $20 for the weekend. In order to ensure that KBF can provide a safe and welcoming environment for all in September, tickets are limited. Head here to find out more.