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Tickets now available for KET’s February Fanfare fundraising event in Louisville on Feb. 18


Tickets now available for KET’s February Fanfare fundraising event in Louisville on Feb. 18

For Release: 01/11/23 7:56 AM

Celebrate Kentucky Educational Television’s (KET’s) educational programs and services at the 24th annual February Fanfare gala presented by the Louisville Regional Board of the Commonwealth Fund for KET.

The event is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 18, from 7-11 pm at The Olmsted in Louisville and will be hosted by honorary chairs Alice and Wade Houston, subjects of the upcoming KET original production The Alice & Wade Houston Story, premiering Feb. 28.

This year’s theme, Moonlight Masquerade, celebrates all things Mardi Gras – from Bourbon Street to Kentucky’s bourbon capitol! Guests will revel in bedazzled masks, fall in line with a brass band, and celebrate the melting pot of cultures and traditions of the season. Event proceeds support KET’s programs and services.

The evening includes a plated dinner, open bar, dancing to live music from The Crashers and a silent auction for items such as vacation packages, jewelry, furnishings, art as well as many other great gifts and services!

Tickets are $150 per person or $1,800 per table for eight. Tickets can be reserved online at For more information, contact Jennifer Adams at (800) 866-0366 or

Additionally, tickets are available for The After Mardi Party, sponsored by Keller Williams-Louisville. Tickets are $75 and include cocktails, dessert and dancing to The Crashers from 9-11 pm. Tickets and more event information is available at

Special thanks to all our event sponsors: Baird, HJI Supply Chain Solutions, LG&E and KU, Keller Williams Realty, Cave Hill Heritage Foundation, The Glenview Trust Company, Alice and Wade Houston, Louisville Urban League, MCM CPAs & Advisors, PNC Bank, Specific Waste Industries, Willett Distillery, Wyatt Tarrant & Combs LLP, Central Bank, Fifth Third Bank, JPMorgan Chase Bank, Norton’s, Dean Dorton Allen Ford PLLC, Monty’s Plant and Soil Products, Junior and Doris Bridgeman, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Republic Bank, and Tilford Dobbins & Schmidt PLLC.

KET is Kentucky’s largest classroom, where learning comes to life for more than one million people each week via television, online and mobile. Learn more about Kentucky’s preeminent public media organization at, on Twitter @KET and at


Elizabeth Greenfield
Director of Marketing and Communications