OZZY, KISS, VAN HALEN, DEF LEPPARD To Power 'Thunder Over Louisville' Soundtrack

The music of OZZY OSBOURNE, KISS, VAN HALEN, DEF LEPPARD, ALICE COOPER, MÖTLEY CRÜE and DEEP PURPLE will be featured as part of the soundtrack to the 16th annual "Thunder Over Louisville" fireworks show, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday (April 23) beginning at 9:30 p.m.

Created as the opening ceremonies of the Kentucky Derby Festival, Thunder Over Louisville offers an explosive kick-off to two entire weeks of celebration in Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana. With an estimated average attendance of half a million people, it has become the largest annual event in its region.

The complete details of the soundtrack to this year's "Thunder Over Louisville" fireworks show can be found at this location.

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