This article appears in the March 2011 issue of LouisvilleMagazine. To subscribe, please visit loumag.com.
After losing a reported $5 million on the inaugural HullabaLOU, Churchill Downs Inc. cancelled next year's festival and put down its entertainment division today. In a press release, CDI blamed the festival's poor showing on hot weather and a cold economy.
Churchill Downs Inc. followed Richard Marx's lead and bailed on HullabaLOU, canceling its attempt at a music festival in 2011, just two months after announcing it would in fact return next year.
"Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo said Wednesday he supports Attorney General Jack Conway, ending weeks of questions about whether Mongiardo would endorse the man who narrowly beat him in the Democratic U.S. Senate primary." Our long national nightmare is over. [Bluegrass Politics] "House Minority Leader...
See if you can spot the difference between the Kenny Chesney fans and the Dave Matthews Band fans. I'll give you a hint - there's more to it than the headgear.
Straw coyboy hats and cowboy boots were the outfit of choice at HullabaLOU on Saturday. For those of you who think we're showing off too much lovely lady flesh check out our equal opportunity photo gallery of sexy shirtless men.
It wasn't all potbellies and leathery flesh on the infield at HullabaLOU. Check out some of the sexy men who did us the kindness of going shirtless to beat the heat.
There's a reason Kenny Chesney was Saturday night's HullabaLOU headliner. This man knows how to rule a stage. All day long I talked to die hard fans who couldn't wait for a chance to see him perform live. There were countless people in cowboy boots and straw hats. I talked to fans who came from...
Dave Matthews Band headlined Sunday's HullabaLOU festival at Churchill Downs in Louisville, KY. Dressed all in black, Dave Matthews himself exclaimed to the crowd, "I thought it would smell a little more like horse shit!" and then ripped in to "You might die trying".
It was still swelteringly hot at 6:15pm yesterday when Steve Miller Band took the stage at HullabaLOU. However, Steve Miller being the old pro that he is was not effected. The crowd and the performer were mellow. I wouldn't call this a "rockin" show, but it was a great opportunity for Steve...
Let's start off with some honesty, I had never heard of Zac Brown Band before last week when I was assigned to review them for HullabaLOU. Also, I generally dislike country music. With that said, I have never seen a crowd so excited, enthusiastic, and in love as when Zac Brown Band took the main...
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