(Louisville, KY) When you think of the Kentucky Derby you think of food, bourbon, horses and parties. Well, TheSlice Charities of Louisville, the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage and PNC Bank proudly present TheSlice @KCAAH. TheSlice-Spice, Style & Soul on Saturday, April 29th from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This year’s theme: A Salute to Muhammad Ali: A Life of Inspiration. The event will be held at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, located in the heart of West Louisville at 1701 West Muhammad Ali Blvd named after the Greatest of All Time, Muhammad Ali.
For the first time, guests will get to see an exhibit of the late heavy weight champion. Ali died on June 3, 2016 and the world turned to Louisville, KY as his family, friends and fans sent him off in a champions way. Throughout the venue you will see a special collection. In the historical procession of Ali through the streets of Louisville the champ did pass KCAAH and the staff thought it was appropriate to have debut his photo exhibit at TheSlice.
“We are excited to have one of Ali’s family members as a special guest”, said Hosea Mitchell, KCAAH’s Chief Operating Officer. Ibn Ali, son of Rahmaan Ali and nephew of Muhammad. Ibn is excited and honored to attend TheSlice on behalf of his family. He’s started a program at the Jewish Community Center in Louisville around June. Additional details will provide in the coming weeks.
TheSlice is the only West Louisville event sanctioned by Kentucky Derby Festival. Chefs, caterers and restaurants from all over the city will give guests a sample of their cuisine. Guests walk around the venue and visit food stations and sample their signature dishes. Throughout the evening, guests will enjoy music provided by The Unlimited Band.
Tickets are $65.00 in advance and $75.00 day of event at the venue. This event is for people 21 years old and up. This is an upscale event where after five attire is suggested. You can purchase tickets at St. Augustine Church at (502) 584-4602; Better Days Records in The Lyles Mall, JAM BUSTERS at 4906 Popular Level Road in Newburg and KCAAH, 1701 W. Muhmmad Ali Blvd.
If you would like to setup an interview with Hosea Mitchell please contact VIPP Communications at 502-582-7716 or by email at email@example.com.
TheSlice-Spice, Style & Soul started in April 2002 as a modest festival featuring fantastic food and live jazz, blues and R & B music in a unique and elegant atmosphere to welcome in the Derby season in West Louisville. Today, the annual signature fundraiser of The Slice Charities of Louisville, Inc. is touted as one of Metro Louisville’s most outstanding official Kentucky Derby Festival Events.
The Slice Charities of Louisville, Inc. is an independent, inner-city focused, public charity that raises funds and makes grant awards to support the ever increasingly crucial “safety net” that today exist only because of the compassionate efforts of the nonprofit social service organizations serving West Louisville and Portland which provide: emergency food, prescription drugs, housing and utility assistance, and after-school programs.