Sunday (9/3) –
This exactly what you need on a long weekend.
Friday got rained out, but you still have a chance to enjoy good food, good music, and good weather.
Wednesday (9/6) –
These out-of-towners will be traveling to Lou from New York. You can expect a solid night of guitar jams from both bands.
Thursday (9/7) –
So many of our self proclaimed NPR nerdy friends are very excited. I mean I enjoy Prairie Home Companion (+ Chris Thile) so respect there.
I didn’t realize Girl Talk was still a thing, but college me is so excited. Funky place with an even funkier DJ, Girl Talk, is hitting the stage at Headliners this Thursday. His music consists mainly of a collaboration of hit singles, of all different genres, mashed up into one. Good times, good mixes, and an overall good night, don’t miss this show!
The West Virginia bros are prepared to satisfy your rock n’ roll thirst on this fine Thursday at Z.
Eddie’s surprise GOT spot was fun. I mean he’s been cut by like a royal blade and has a new album. Last time he came to Louisville I was there and got hushed by children. I think we are setting ourselves up for an interesting evening.
Friday (9/8) –
Celebrate Mr. Mercury. Local bands cover this legend at Zbar.
This Kentucky man is always a fun effing time.
A little bluegrass + a Foxhollow Farm sunset = magic.
Some local jams at Kaiju is always worth your while.
Prepare for lots of instruments and energy coming from Headliners this Friday night.
Channel your inner Kelly Kapowski and come out to the Mercury Ballroom for a throwback to all things ’90s. Dress in theme and hear Saved By The ’90s sing all your favorite hits from one of the greatest eras in music!
I trust this man’s picks, for sure.
Saturday (9/9) –
Last time they played Headliners we were there and unaware of what we were walking in to. This time, we are prepared and excited.
We got lit and listened to this new album and we enjoyed the story. If you’ve ever been in a relationship, this album will speak to you at some point. Celebrate with these two awesome dudes!
We don’t describe ourselves as boujee very often, but the Lou Orchestra brings it out of us.
Our Hike, Bike and Paddle (Bike) through Portland has us excited for this event. The hype is up.
This event is described as “an overhead, delta-inducing light and sound experience designed to massage your mind” – sounds super intriguing.
I’m not entirely sure what Brazilian jazz is like, but I’m all about listening to some live music in Central Park.
Drink your way through our hood.
You’re encouraged to dress up (hit those Goodwill racks or dig through your closet and 🙏 those ‘fits still fit) so you can get some Goodwood gift cards + swag.
All Weekend –
If you haven’t heard about this new local festival, then you’ve been off of social media. We are really hyped about the Curio Key Club collaboration with some of Louisville’s finest.