Derby Celebration with Small Time Napoleon

Join us for our day long Derby Celebration, and top it off by dancing and swinging to the retro sounds of Small Time Napoleon. We will show the Derby on the big-screen TV, and the show starts shortly afterwards. Folks with tickets automatically have reserved seating, but drop-ins are most welcome!

Small Time Napoleon has been described as “a mad science blend of western swing, hot jazz, and folk” by Insider Louisville’s Kyle Ware. Their live shows are intimate and natural while remaining energetic. Their combination of swing-era influence with modern inclinations has driven them to a sound and style that is both new and old and wholly their own.

Derby Eve with Kentucky Wild Horse

Advance sign-ups are closed for this event, but you are more than welcome at the door! $5 cover

John Harrod, Don Rogers, Jesse Wells, Roddy Puckett, and friends will be playing hard-driving old time, bluegrass, and hillbilly swing in celebration of mountains, rivers, old people, pretty horses, and fast women at the Kentucky Coffeetree, 235 W. Broadway, in the heart of the Capital of the Commonwealth.

Scroll down to the bottom to make your seating reservations. There is a $5 cover at the door.

"It sounds like they treed something." - Chester
"No fool, no fun." Bill Livers

Kentucky Wild Horse takes its name from an old eastern Kentucky fiddle tune played by Wolfe County fiddler Darley Fulks (1895-1990) who possessed a vast repertoire of pre-Civil War tunes. Kentucky music from the 19th century down to the present, especially its fiddle and banjo traditions, has been our love and our inspiration.

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