Monday (5/14) –
Their songs are so damn catchy.
Tuesday (5/15) –
tUnE-yArDs’ music is fun and different; all the loops and percussion create something innovative and infectious. When we saw them a few years ago at Headliners it was one of the best as far as overall experience goes. Get your tickets, folks!
Wednesday (5/16) –
How about some dreamy synth pop for your hump day? If you’re a Twin Peaks fan (the show), we hear she’s also made some appearances on there.
Thursday (5/17) –
I think that this show might be flying slightly under the radar but also could be one of the best of the week.
Friday (5/18) –
Let’s have a Louisville kind of night.
A little country infused with some southern classic rock is what will be taking over at Mercury Ballroom.
One of our all time favorites will be playing the Jimmy Can’t Dance basement! This is a dream come true!
Some Copper & Kings combined with neo soul jazz sounds wonderful
Roadie features some of your favorite Louisville locals (including WFPK’s Meg Samples), and their album release show at Headliners is coming up soon. Catch the group before they drop their new album and then also next Friday!
Brother Wolves is a local band that’s been making waves around town. Don’t miss out on your chance to see these guys.
Indy native Joshua Powell wants to bring you the best of indie rock in the comfort of Dusty’s living room. No confirmation yet on what food will be served, but he never disappoints.
Kentucky Opera is behind this second annual concert. They’ll be performing classics in a speakeasy setting. Because, why not?
Love Talking Heads? We hear this tribute band throws it down.
Support the elementary kids!
It’s not often we venture across the river to New Albany for shows because we have so many great venues and opportunities right here in town. But for this one…we’re tempted! It sounds like Michael Doucet is one hell of fiddler, and a night of Cajun music sounds very fitting, considering this heat wave recently.
Sunday (5/20) –
Post-punk rockers Melvins should not be passed up, yall. We realize its a Sunday, but……