Monday (5/21) –
These guys have created an instrument that is legitimately played by the weather. It’s a little complicated to describe entirely, so make sure you check out http://weatherfortheblind.org/ for more details before the show. I think this one should be pretty cool.
Tuesday (5/22) –
The Used, Red Sun Rising, The Fever 333
Remember this one? Oh man, the emo memories.
Hop aboard the Belle of Louisville and enjoy a sunset cruise with Ms. Joan Shelley. Can you even think of a better Tuesday?
Priests, Mellow Diamond, Leggy
Wednesday (5/23) –
Fleet Foxes, Amen Dunes
Fleet Foxes released one of our favorites of the year in 2017. The Seattle band hasn’t been to Louisville in at least 5 years. The weather looks great. Things are lining up for a wonderful evening.
Willie Nelson & Family, Alison Krauss
Two absolute legends take the Yum Center. It is absolutely incredible that Willie Nelson is still able to do what he does at 85. Don’t miss this chance to witness this anomaly.
Thursday (5/24) –
80’s alternative hip hop jams at Mercury.
20 Watt Tombstone, Waxeater, Baby Bones
All Weekend –
Abbey Road on the River ft. America
Kentucky Reggae Festival
Four Roses presents the weekend long festival that includes music from Positive Mental Attitude and Caribbean-inspired food.
Friday (5/25) –
Live Lunch with Sugadaisy
Cage the Elephant approved Sugadaisy will be in the WFPK studio for live lunch. Go check out the Bowling Green psychedelic rock-pop septet on our lunch!
Roadie record release show ft. Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Dawn Landes, Tyrone Cotton, and Lauren Balthrop
Go get your Friday happy hour on before this special show- get there early enough and you’ll nab $1 off drinks and FREE admittance to the show!
The Local Lineup: The Pass and Lazy Sunday
Bendigo Fletcher, Ona, Joann + The Dakota
Black Stone Cherry
Check out this south central Kentucky band at Mercury!
Saturday (5/26) –
Wye Oak, GRLwood
Wye Oak’s new album (below) is soooooo good. Seeing it live has to be even better!
Sunday (5/27) –
Ben Sollee, Daniel Martin Moore, Mark Charles Heidinger
Clever Girls, GRLwood, Voodoo Economics, Mother Runaway
Gladys Knight turns 74 on Memorial Day which warrants all kinds of celebrations! This Sunday show includes The Sheryl Rouse Band singing all Queen Knight’s hits.