Since we will likely be feeling it next Sunday, weve included the 1st on this week’s Can’t Miss. There are so many quality options for New Year’s Eve, so let’s send 2016 out with a representative shit show. See you in 2017!
Sunday (12/25) –
There are limited spots open tonight, but one of our neighborhood go-to’s wins our vote. If you’ve had enough family time, hit up Kaiju for late night, cheap drinks.
Monday (12/26) –
The list of artists taking part in this year’s Strive benefit (remember the Beck/Justin Timberlake) is impressive. Local names ranging from Cat Casual, to Carly Johnson, to Cheyenne Mize to 1200 will all take the stage together.
Thursday (12/29) –
Originally from MN, Christian Bauhofer has blown up on the West Coast EDM scene. His live shows are known to get you moving. We are still off of school, so this is hard to pass up!
This is pretty much what you think it will be…
Friday (12/30) –
Louisville’s Voodoo Economics are celebrating the release of their EP at Zanzabar.
We are bringing back the Lit Listen for this one. Celebrate Dope Dream Tajy’s new project with other local voices and just some general positivity.
Saturday (12/31) –
Let’s kick 2016’s ass. It has been the worst.
If you’re bringing the family out with you, this inaugural event will be perfect.
We’ve heard glorious things about this all inclusive event at Mellwood. It is impossible not to have fun with Tony & The Tan Lines, plus unlimited food and booze. Doi.
If you need a lower key deal and are interested in a free bourbon toast, The Silver Dollar is your go to. JP Source will be delivering the music for the evening, and proceeds will benefit the American Civil Liberties Union of Kentucky.
Some of 2016’s hottest Louisville artists are on this bill. The Ton has developed a following and considering these good times are free, we bet it will be packed!
Headliners certainly knows how to host a party.
I think most people agree with this sentiment. The White Reaper dudes and Brenda peeps will provide the soundtrack, plus the famous Glittertitz experience, it’ll be lit. (GET IT, THE FIRE? LOL)
The Palace hosts this Forecastle alum. Welcoming in the New Year at the stunning Palace is sure to bring good luck in 2017.
$3 champagne, no cover, and a silent disco. Plus the usuals… spicy margs and wakatakas.
This Coat Check event looks solid. We haven’t seen Discount Guns or Bonez in a minute, and Sam Sneed always provides the tunes we need, so this will be a winning choice for sure.
Sunday (1/1) –
If New Years Day isn’t synonymous with brunch, then you are doing it wrong. Hit one of the multiple delish brunch spots, many of which are openly promoting wearing your pajamas. Perfection.