WE Day Kentucky 2019

April 16th, 2019 Schedule of Events

8:00AM: The doors open for the Fan Zone, where students can meet local non profits and community leaders, participate in a student film showcase, enjoy local performance art and design creative messages for students across the country and around the world.

9:30AM: Doors close and the WE Day show begins on Kentucky's largest stage, Whitney Hall.

NOON: The show finishes and students are provided a nutritious lunch
and time to relax and mingle.

12:45PM: All participants and interested community members join WE Walk for Compassion, carrying handmade signs and posters showcasing the causes they support. Music, Energy and Compassion are the signatures of this unique event.

1:30PM: Dismissal to the parking lot and buses.

2019 WEDAY Featured Performers


Country Singer-songwriter and Humanitarian

MaKenzie Thomas

Finalist on “The Voice”, 2018

Ben Sollee

Renowned Kentucky-born Cellist, Singer-songwriter, Composer, Activist

Jecorey 1200

Educator, Composer, Performer, Curator, Community-Builder


Midwest Beatbox Champion, 2-time U.S. 4th place finisher

Josh Ford

Co-founder, Louisville Dance Alliance

Maestro J

Neo Soul Jazz Violinist, Performer and Educator

2019 WEDAY Featured Speakers

Joel Sartore

Photographer, Author, Head of the National Geographic Photo Ark Project

Spencer West

Global WE Day Speaker, Ambassador, Author

Khiry Johnson

WE Day Co-Host & Outreach Speaker

WE Day is a powerful, life-changing event that combines the energy of a live concert with the inspiration of extraordinary stories of leadership and change
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
501 W. Main Street, Louisville, KY
Remember, You can’t buy a ticket to WE Day - you earn it through service! Students who complete one local and one global service project will earn their ticket to celebrate at WE Day!