Sunday (5/28) –
The man is a legend and isn’t afraid to show his political chops. The end. Bravo. Encore.
Monday (5/29) –
Stripped down sets tonight. Might be what you need after an eventful Memorial Day.
Tuesday (5/30) –
Our friend Beaver has been talking about this for literal months, so we’re excited about seeing this Scottish band live.
Wednesday (5/31) –
Check out Leo’s interview with Diet Cig. This duo’s live show is legendary, we caught them briefly at Shaky Knees a few years ago, but be aware: their poppy punk, fun vibe is more than it seems.
The weather is gearing up to be beautiful, once again, so head down to the Waterfront for our favorite summertime event.
Flat12 has a party barn? Okayyyyyy.
Thursday (6/1) –
During the summer months, we will step out of Metro Hall for some outdoor lunch tunes. The Jesse Lees is one of Otis Jr’s project’s and we all know everything he touches is gold.
Todd Snider’s second home may as well be Louisville – he has been here numerous times over the last five years.
King Mud is a Fort Wayne band, so we’re in, obviously.
We’ve chatted with Mothers before and make sure to check out their sets anytime we can. Highly recommended.
Friday-Sunday (6/2-6/4) –
If you’re able to make the trek up to Cincinnati for the weekend, you’re in for a riverfront treat. This year’s fest features two main and two smaller stages for the prime experience. We’ll have a special preview of the festival up later this week, so be on the lookout!
Friday-Saturday (6/2-6/3) –
Who knew this little gem existed? We’re bad Gtown residents apparently…
Friday (6/2) –
With so many of our favorites in one evening, it’s gonna be a busy evening.
Lunazul and Red Bull sponsor this Night Visions Radio monthly party. Ooooooh buddy.
We have loved San Fermin from the moment we first saw their live set in Atlanta four years ago. The beautiful thing about this multi-piece indie band is they have the ability to morph into whatever Ellis Ludwig-Leone thinks up. And usually that is some pretty cool stuff.
OCMS knows how to put a good show on… and they’re playing Bob Dylan to boot? Goodness gracious.
Willie Nelson is down the road at the Horseshoe Casino, so we have to include him on this week’s Can’t Miss.
Sidewalk Chalk has played Haymarket a dozen times at least, but they’re moving on up to the new Zbar. They’re another multi-faceted band that has certainly has withstood the test of time.
Check out Mayor Jeff M. Gahan and the City of New Albany’s Bicentennial Park Summer Concert Series.
Goodwood Brewing hosts two Louisville artists.
Free dance party at 4th Street Live.
Accompanying some Wisconsin tunes are complimentary samples from Flat12 Bierwerks Indianapolis. So yes.
Saturday (6/3) –
The festival is a FREE, family-oriented event that features a full day of music, international food court, Buy Local Marketplace, community corner featuring unique attractions of South Louisville, and free activities for children including interactive cultural performances. Musical performances include Quiet Hollers, Appalatin, Abraham Mwinda, Cosa Seria, The Afrophysicists, and more.
This Nashville trio are releasing a fan-funded album, “The Sound of Letting Go.”
Not my thing, but I’m sure it will be fun!
Goodwood is the spot.