This is the perfect time to get involved in the Lower town Arts & Music Festival (LTAMF) as it takes a village to bring this event to life. For the past several years, the organizers have held a “halfway” event to raise awareness and interest in this fantastic local festival.

Halfway to Lower Town is a great opportunity to get information on volunteering, performing, procuring booth space and sponsorships. This year the event is hosted by Dry Ground, located at 3121 Broadway in Paducah.

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Join the fun on November 21. The music starts at 7:30 pm with neo-soul trio Groove Lane. The group features local musicians Clifton Lane Davis, Keenan R. Perez, and Nicholas Donaldson.

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Free LTAMF merchandise will be available for those who sign up and participate in the 2019 event. Don’t forget to arrive hungry and drink up. Ten percent of Dry Ground’s sales and 10% of the sales from specialty pizzas from Mellow Mushroom that are delivered to the brewery during the event will go to benefit the LTAMF.

For more information, visit the event page or, call the Festival sponsors, The Yeiser Art Center at 270.442.2453. 

If you are not able to attend the event but would like to get involved in LTAMF, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For more information, visit

The Lower Town Arts & Music Festival

 LTAMF is a premier two-day celebration of the art, music, food, beer and wine from the region surrounding Paducah. The growing festival takes place in the Lower Town Historic Arts District close to Downtown Paducah. LTAMF is fun for all ages, honoring and introducing the culinary, artistic, and musical talent right here at home. The next Festival will take place on May 17-18, 2019.

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The Mission of the Lower Town Arts & Music Festival is to introduce the art, music and food of our region for the purpose of cultural enrichment and economic growth. Organizers believe all the arts play a major role in shaping the lives of the people of Paducah and its surrounding area. The Festival creates an experiential learning opportunity through accessibility, entertainment, and inclusiveness, allowing festival goers to become familiar with the regional arts and to encourage their support through attendance and patronage.