Monday (2/12) –
You know Parker Gispert from The Whigs. AKA he’s a fun time.
GRLwood continues to create buzz for their “genderfuck” screamy music and fun shows. We’ve got to see them soon!
Tuesday (2/13) –
Big Gigantic is a Forecastle alum that keeps coming back. Don’t have tickets? Need to buy a Valentine’s gift for someone? There are a few tickets still available with reduced fees. Use the offer code “LOVE” today: http://cncrt.ly/pbc.
The White Buffalo has the voice of a rich, haunting angel. Like for real, it resonates deep into your soul.
Whether you observe lent or not, Mardi Gras and Fat Tuesday are always a reason to party. Some of the towns best party spots have you taken care of, so indulge one more night!
Wednesday (2/14) –
Um this is like the most perfect Valentine’s Day date… get ready for some sexy time with Babyface.
This weekly Goodwood event brings 3 singer/songwriters together.
Jimmy Can’t Dance hosts this party in tribute to the queen of runs, riffs, and good and bad love. Here’s a fun interview with owner Dennie Humphrey about the tribute honoree.
Thursday (2/15) –
Another Forecastle alum is back this week. STRFKR may or may not show up in their space suits. Either way, we dig their indie rock and have been looking forward to their full set at Headliners once this was announced.
Fruition has some new music for us! See the video below for more deets.
Friday (2/16) –
Take 2! This one got rescheduled due to weather. So if you weren’t in the know then, you better be now!
Bendigo Fletcher continues their bender through the Louisville music scene. They are the perfect openers for Maine folk guys, The Ghost of Paul Revere.
Kentucky jams all night at Kaiju.
Saturday (2/17) –
Portugal. The Man had a big effing year and we will always love the Twin Peaks kids. All the young folks will be at this sold out show, and for good reason. You can always expect a banga with both of these bands.
Josh Ritter definitely has a following in Louisville. The people love him, so much so that he got two nights in town!
Bridge 19 is back on the scene, playing a string of shows in early 2018. Get to Goodwood and see them this week.
How does a little psychedelic rock sound?
Giving Up’s LP just officially released yesterday, so that’s fun! Help them celebrate this achievement.
Sunday (2/18) –
You may know this songwriting duo not necessarily by their name, but by the country and pop greats who have made them famous. Lola provides the perfect space for an intimate evening with them.
If you’re into stadium country than this is for you, I believe. I’m out, but to each their own.
See above. Night 2 at KCD with a Lou fav.