We are headed back to school this week, and fortuitously for us, the week starts off light so we can get back into our school routine. And there is some built in Olympics viewing time. That being said, the lull doesn’t last long.
Sunday (8/6) –
Okay this isn’t exactly the most chill way to get the week started, but we will absolutely go into week one with a bang.
If this is the other option for a Sunday night, then PHEW, we’re all in for a crazy week.
Tuesday (8/9) –
Anyone who worked with Paul McCartney for 10 years is a winner in my book. Plus we get to see him up close at New Vintage? Yes, please.
Wednesday (8/10) –
So it’s the OFFICIAL FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. We’ll be definitely needing something to take the edge off and I think the strings and sounds of Whiskey Shivers will do the trick.
This could be really interesting. Lydia House, which also should be known for their dank brunches and ramen, will be hosting the rambunctious band in a more subdued setting.
Thursday (8/11) –
Some of our neighbors to the east are coming to town to show whats good with the Lex music scene. Our friends with Lexington ties speak very highly of all these folks.
Friday (8/12) –
I dare you to not be obsessed with Landlady after seeing them once.
Think of a giant pop/punk rock party. It’s going to be a fun night on Preston.
If you haven’t been out to Foxhollow yet, it’s a beautiful way to spend your Friday night. Beck covers should be pretty alright on the farm.
Same sentiment about this summer concert series. You have to go at least once.
Saturday (8/13) –
“Sci-fi visuals and retro-futuristic cosmic jams all night long.” Yaaasssss.
Last week’s turnout was pretty decent. Plus Louis’s back patio is ideal for Saturday night hangz.
Atlanta band CHEW has passed through Lou a few times, and we interviewed them before one of those stops. Check em out.
Young Indiana rockers will fill Headliners with good vibes and multiple genres of music.
New Vintage release shows are always going to be a safe option.
Expect a little of everything at Kaiju, which really should be a norm by now.