The September Madness DOES. NOT. END. It has been a crazy, beautiful month full of wonderful events in and out of the city. As the weather turns and fall officially begins, expect more of the same!
Sunday (9/25) –
We didn’t join in the jamming, but enjoyed it and the incredible menu nevertheless.
Monday (9/26) –
Tory Lanez: I Told You Tour with Trill Sammy, Kranium, J.I.D., VeeCee
This Canadian hip-hop artist is a raw talent. There is a certain gritty, youthfulness that exudes from Lanez’s music. Or, just watch the shit show known as the first Presidential Debate.
Tuesday (9/27) –
Easton is a storyteller with that Nashville swagger. American Fork is the title of the new album, which could speak to several things.
Wednesday (9/28) –
WPFK Waterfront Wednesday: Nada Surf, OJR, and Howell Dawdy
Summer is coming to a close, which means the end of Waterfront Wednesdays for 2016. The series is ending with a bang, though, for sure. Nada Surf’s You Know Who You Are is their latest release and will be the highlight of the evening.
St. Lucia with SOFI TUKKER and NightVisions DJs
St. Lucia has made it a bit of a tradition, coming to town for Aubrey’s birthday. Dance Party commence!
Merchandise, Beware The Images, Public Memory
This show has been getting a ton attention. It has some big competition with the other shows going on, but it will be worth it
Thursday (9/29) –
Yoga Rocks: An Evening Yoga Session at Copper and Kings
Our dear friend Leigh Anne is hosting a dope a– Yoga session atop Copper and Kings, including a live DJ set and cocktails post practice. That’s how I like to yoga.
Jason Isbell with special guest Josh Ritter
Jason Isbell just tore up the Americana Music Awards, as he should. Something More Than Free is another marvelous example of Jason Isbell’s vulnerability as an artist, song writer, and man.
Canadian electro-pop to kick off St. James Weekend.
Thurst. Thrust. Whatever, it’s all good.
Friday (9/30) –
Paul Thorn is clearly as Louisville favorite, as the multi-faceted artist has a two night residency at The KCD Theater. With nearly 20 years worth of material, expect a unique show both nights.
Chicago based Matthäus will provide some existential an thought-provoking stuff.
Saturday (10/1) –
The Saint Johns played a Winter Wednesday last year. This beautiful, harmonic duo will woo you 100%.
Night two. Ditto.
We’ve never made it out to Louder Than Life and this weekend we plan on breaking that streak.
This Saturday our friends Twenty First Century Fox and Cut Family Foundation will be playing a FREE show at the new ReSurfaced space. If nothing else, go check out the soccer digs at The Liberty Build. There are events for the next several weeks ranging from yoga, to DJs, music, live art, etc… We’ll keep you updated on our favs, but at the very least, go check out the space, kick around a ball and enjoy an Oktoberfest.