WELCOME TO WE DAY KY 2022
DATE: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 2022
TIME: 11:00 AM - 1:00PM
STREAMING LIVE FROM PARISTOWN HALL, LOUISVILLE
WE Day is a celebration of the IMPACT young people have made throughout the year. What makes WE Day so unique is that you can’t BUY a ticket to WE Day you EARN it through service to others!
This year, WE Day will be streaming from Louisville’s newest and most innovative performance venue, Paristown Hall. Students will experience the celebration, inspiration and FUN of WE Day by participating in watch parties from across the Commonwealth and across the globe.
Scheduled to appear are amazing speakers, great performers and inspiring service leaders who will share their insights and experiences with the 2022 WE Day audience.
WE Day Kentucky 2022 will focus on important, relevant topics including Mental Health, Emotional and Physical Wellbeing, the Environment, Social Justice and more.
SPEAKERS scheduled to appear at WE DAY 2022
Global WE Day Speaker and Youth activist
National Geographic Wildlife Photographer and Conservationist
Rapper & Child/Women Rights Activist
PERFORMERS scheduled to appear at WE DAY 2022
River City Drum Corp
Youth percussion group and enrichment program
Mighty Shades of Ebony
Student activist/hip hop group
American Idol Season 19 contestant
WE DAY 2022 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
You can’t buy a ticket to WE Day, you earn it! Start by signing up for Event Updates to stay informed, and then register your group. Here, you can tell us about service projects, acts of compassion, and other cool things your group has done this year!
The first WE Day Kentucky took place in 2013 at the Muhammad Ali Center and has taken place every April since then!
WE Day was the result of a passionate 12-year-old Canadian boy who believed young people could change the world at any age! Craig Kielburger founded WE Charity to empower young people to find their spark and feel empowered to make a positive difference in the world. WE Day Kentucky began ten years ago when Kris and Wendy Sirchio met Craig, learned about WE Day and decided to bring the day of celebration to students across Kentucky.
In past years, WE Day KY has attracted up to 5000 students, educators and parents online, and a full house of 2400 at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.