Cropped Out, a local group which organizes shows year-round, often bringing touring acts to Louisville in addition to hosting local bands, presents its third annual festival this weekend, with two full nights of music (and comedy!) and an intimate wrap-up party on Sunday. The festival aims to highlight artists that are “cropped out” of the mainstream eye. The result is an awesome and eclectic collection of local, regional, national, and international artists you may or may not have heard.
Tickets range from $15 for a single day pass to $65 for the full weekend, depending on the combination of nights you choose. You can purchase tickets online at ticketfly.com, or in person at Astro Black Records (930 Baxter Avenue) or Please and Thank You (800 E Market Street). Tickets can also be purchased at the door. Food vendors and trucks will be on site, as well as full bar. For more information and full line up, check out the website at croppedoutmusic.com, where you will also find links to their Facebook and Twitter.
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