WHEW. Take a break for just a second and recover from the wet and wild weekend. Then get ready to do it again.
Tuesday (5/8) –
Our sources tell us this is a very different type of show. If anything, I may go to see that envious hair.
If your Tuesday needs include an “apocalyptic dance party” than this Zbar show is your spot.
Wednesday (5/9) –
Tank & The Bangas are back! Their Zbar show was all we talked about for a while – this time we’re bringing a handful of friends with us to Headliners who are interested after all the hype. In the meantime, check out their new single they released for 420.
This Wednesday Zbar show will let your brain check out from whatever your week is throwing at you.
Nashville and Louisville music on point.
Super Troopers is a serious guilty pleasure for me so I’d totally be down seeing ‘Rabbit.’
Thursday (5/10) –
Australian metal seems like a slight oxymoron but, meh, you never know.
Local folkies, unite!
As described on Do502: “Get ready to be baptized by brutal frequencies Thursday May 10th at the Cure Lounge with Canada’s Sierra, Greensboro’s Irata, and Louisville’s Shi.”
Friday (5/11) –
Their Forecastle set last summer had all of the young folks dancing the night away. I would expect a similar situation at Iroquois this time around.
He gets all the folks moving when he comes to town. We noticed a certain demographic absolutely loves him – ahem, the ladies, ahem – they’ll show up all googly-eyed and loving it.
Get your throwback fix with Sixteen Candles.
Teddy and the Louisville Orchestra will play Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring (“Le Sacre du Printemps”)
This sounds like some kind of weird fetish convention.
Get outside and enjoy the spring weather that we are FINALLY getting!
If you haven’t been to Jeptha Creed distillery, this might be a perfect opportunity.
Saturday (5/12) –
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats have only really been a thing for 5 years, but those 5 years have included a fast paced climb. We love Rateliff’s raspy, soulful voice. We will continue to reiterate, the Iroquois summer lineup is 🔥🔥🔥. This show is definitely one of them.
Mr. Cotton is a busy man – he’s at Mellwood Tavern this week.
Get over to Do502 for free entry. Deadline for RSVPing is Thursday!
If you enjoy instrumental music with a french horn, check this out. Also, they all wear some super cool shirts.
Who knew Milwaukee had so much soul?
Shimmydown Social: Louisville Middle Eastern Music & Dance Jam
Round 3 of this monthly series – dancers & musicians performing both for and with you. Shimmy your way down, folks.
Sunday (5/13) –
I think the boys still got it and are worth seeing in person at this point in their careers.
LOL I’ve seen this Southern Mama vids. They’re p funny.
Violinist Jennifer Koh and pianist Shai Wosner present their Bridge to Beethoven project.