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Hawaiian Luau Party, Conch Republic Band, Nov. 9 at General Butler

Friday, 10 25, 2013

Tanya Supplee,
1-866-462-8853

 

CARROLLTON, Ky. – Get out your beach gear and join General Butler State Resort Park  Nov. 9 for the park’s Hawaiian Luau Party and the Conch Republic Band On the Half Shell.

 

Guests can wear flip flops and beach attire to the show, which starts at 6:30 p.m. with a luau buffet at the park’s conference center. Tickets for the buffet and concert are $40 a person. A cash bar will be available.

 

The park is also offering an overnight package that includes the buffet, concert, Sunday breakfast and lodge room for two for $165.95. Call the park at 1-866-462-8853 for reservations and information.

 

 The band, a group of musicians from Louisville, includes acoustic guitar, steel drums, congas, other percussion, saxophone and vocals; which instantly bring the tropical sounds of island life to this event! With music from Hawaii, Jamaica to Tahiti – from Jimmy Buffett to the Beach Boys – they have the perfect blend for Tropical Rock fun!

 

The park’s 53 lodge rooms feature a private balcony or patio overlooking the pool or hillside. This hilltop resort is the essence of river-town charm, featuring the warm glow of polished brass and rich woodwork. Enjoy our tennis courts, basketball courts, hiking trails and free Wi-Fi.

General Butler State Resort Park also has Two Rivers Restaurant, cottages, campground, gift shop, and a golf course and hiking trails.  General Butler State Resort Park is located 44 miles northeast of Louisville. From Louisville, take Interstate 71 to Carrollton. If you are coming from the Huntington, W.Va., area traveling west on I-64, take Exit 172. Drive north on Highway 1, to the AA Highway (KY 9) north. Take the AA Highway North to I-275 West. Drive West on I-275 to I 71/75 South, then I-71 South to Exit 44. Turn right on Highway 227 to the park.

 

 

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The Kentucky State Park System is composed of 49 state parks plus an interstate park shared with Virginia. The Department of Parks, an agency of the Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, operates 17 resort parks with lodges -- more than any other state. For more information on Kentucky parks, visit our website at http://www.parks.ky.gov