The Crowne Plaza, an IHG Hotel 
830 Phillips Lane
Louisville, KY 40209

Room Reservation Info

Must reserve by January 25, 2023 for rate
Double or King Room $119/night +tax/fees
Room Code: ALC
Reservation Phone: 866-888-0620

Online Hotel Reservation

Easy online registraiton available at:

Driving Directions

Registration Info:

Ian H. (502) 708-0923





$25 REGISTRATION ENDS 12-31-2022!!
It's time to create the fellowship you crave!

Our 71st Kentucky State AA Convention will be in Louisville, KY at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, February 24-26, 2023! 

Early Bird Registration ($25) ends December 31, 2022. All registrations in 2023 are $30. Register by February 10, 2023 to receive a printed name badge. 

We are grateful for your online pre-registration because it helps us plan the convention.

We have our speakers & are ready for a great weekend!

  • Lyle P. - Atlanta, GA
  • Harold L. - St. Louis, MO
  • Tony J. - Columbus, MS
  • Jane L. - Tallahassee, FL
  • James L. - Tallahassee, FL
  • Corrie L. - Wetumpka, AL (AFG)

More information can be found online at LouisvilleHostCommittee.com
If you'd like to join our committee, please reach out via email! 

Invite your friends.  Register your friends. Thus we grow!

If you're registering for more than one person, simply click "Add" for additional sign-ups. We print convention badges based on this information. We'll have blank badges at the registration table to correct any information, if needed. 

$25 REGISTRATION ENDS DECEMBER 31, 2022. Reminder: All registrations in 2023 are $30! 

"As we go through the day we pause, when agitated or doubtful, and ask for the right thought or action. We constantly remind ourselves we are no longer running the show, humbly saying to ourselves many times each day “Thy will be done.” We are then in much less danger of excitement, fear, anger, worry, self-pity, or foolish decisions. We become much more efficient. We do not tire so easily for we are not burning up energy foolishly as we did when we were trying to arrange life to suit ourselves." - Alcoholics Anonymous,  pp. 87-88