Armature Works will host their first Kentucky Derby Watch Party this weekend

Mini horses, drink specials and live music.

Armature Works will host their first Kentucky Derby Watch Party this weekend
Photo via Armature Works/Facebook

This Saturday, May 4, Woodford Reserve presents the first annual Kentucky Derby Watch Party at Armature Works.

From 2-7:00 p.m., activities including horseshoe games, hat contests and mini horses will flood the front lawn of Armature Works. 

The lawn will be decorated by Botanica Florist to replicate a traditional Kentucky Derby soiree.

Live music will take over the Woodford Reserve riverfront stage.

Sip on Mint Julep drink specials while watching the livestream of the races on two 20-foot LED screens.

Get dressed up, bring the kids, and make it an all-day affair. The event is free and open to the public. VIP tickets are $125 per person, and available online. VIP includes premium open bar, stations and passed apps catered by Steelbach, exclusive air conditioned lounge area, viewing next to the stage and access to VIP tent.

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