Sunday (10/29) –
Anagnorisis, Stagecoach Inferno, Deapscufa
Local music on a Sunday night is just what you need to start the week slash wrap up the weekend.
Monday (10/30) –
Landlady, Ian Chang, Future Killer
This will be the third time we’ve seen Landlady (all at Zbar), and we just can’t get enough. Their music is weird and experimental and I can’t stop listening to it. For sure a can’t miss this week.
Victor Wooten Trio feat. Dennis Chambers & Bob Franceschini
The super talented bassist will be taking over the Headliners stage tonight.
Tuesday (10/31) –
This was one of Aubrey’s favorite shows last year because, well, Luke is a rock and roll angel. Taking photos of this majestic human from the pic last year was a treat… just look at him! The Struts (and Halloween) give you permission to throw on your best glam rock outfit for this Mercury Ballroom show.
Kali Masi, The Unwashed, Dead Room Cult, Darlington Paris
Wear your costumes and celebrate Halloween at Mag Bar.
Octo Claw’s Bizarre Bazaar Halloween Spooktacular
Just in case you missed the other performance at Galaxie last week, you have the chance again at The Cure Lounge. Plus..blood wrestling?
Wednesday (11/1) –
Deep. Breath. Aubrey has been a fan of Bon Iver since For Emma, Forever Ago like lots of other folks, and has followed the progression of the Wisconsin band. She’s really really excited…and not ashamed to share that excitement.
Beach Slang ‘Drunk or Lust Tour 2017,’ Dave Hause & The Mermaid
Looking for something very not-Beach Slang sounding? Check out this piano/cello laden new EP below. Who knows what to expect…their traditional loud bangers or this lighter side…but either way Zbar will be filled with some thrilled fans.
BRENDA Unplugged w/Kid Freud & Violin Bruh
This is a fun little treat!
Thursday (11/2) –
I feel like this is an appropriate show for a couple of days after Halloween.
Tim Barnes, Goose Harrington, and EMB
Get ready for a synthy, weird night at Kaiju.
Friday (11/3) –
Guns n’ Roses: Not in This Lifetime Tour
We have a handful of friends who are pretty stoked about this show. Let your hair down and reminisce the late 80s with the rest of the Yum! Center.
An evening with Keller Williams
The man is incredibly talented and it’s pretty stunning to see what he can do on his own on stage. If you haven’t seen Keller Williams live before, I’d recommend making your way down to Mercury for this one.
Hayden James, Baynk, Grace Pitts
How about a night with musicians from (quite literally) the other side of the world? All three acts hail from Australia and New Zealand, and they’ve had loads of success over there. You’re in for a good night if you choose to hang on Preston.
Chill indie rock at The Cure Lounge. ✔️
Saturday (11/3) –
In my interview with Teddy Abrams before Forecastle, he elaborated quite a bit about this piece, and I know that he is incredible excited for it. Honestly, this is likely to be the best show you’ve been to in a while. DON’T MISS IT. Rhiannon Giddens and Jecorey “1200” Arthur are also in on this immersive experience.
Primus – The Ambushing The Storm Tour
I feel like this is a show that needs to be on our bucket list, and if you haven’t seen the impressiveness of Les Claypool on stage, it should be on yours, too.
If you’re looking for vibes, here’s your show.
The Mississippi singer/songwriter wants to serenade you. Say yes.
If you’re heading to the Lou City game (🙌), hang out at Goodwood for a sec on your way out and grab a beer with Louisville folk singer Alan Rhody.
The Living Room Series: All The Little Pieces w/ Alex Wren
This pop up show was just announced. If it is too chilly for outdoor fall activities, warm up in Dusty’s living room.
Bear Grillz presents American Freakshow
Enjoy dubstep and grown adults in animal costumes? This is your swag.
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