July 24, 2010 - 2:51pm
Bon Jovi entertained the crowd Friday night at HullabaLOU in Churchill Downs.
Bon Jovi came, performed, and, at least for the first half, practically dominated the first night of the HullabaLOU festival at Churchill Downs. Bon Jovi took to the stage and opened with Lost Highway, getting the fans up and out of their seats and singing along, at least on they hey hey parts.
July 24, 2010 - 1:59pm
Guitar Hero, Pro DJ Mixing boards, and good old Karaoke give you a chance to rock out between your favorite bands.
PLAYSTATION 3 TRAILER
Kudos to Play Station for this setup. You've come off a high from singing along to the B-52's and now you get to fantasize you're playing along with your very own band. Their Guitar Hero 5 stage looks like it's pulled right out of the game.
For you loners, they have two...
July 24, 2010 - 1:22pm
Don't pay more than $10 for parking near Churchill Downs.
Parking for Churchill Downs is always a bit of a disaster.
If you feel patient, you can take exit 128 on I-65 (past the Watterson Expressway as though you're heading to the Ford Plant). Yes, it's a few miles away, but there is ample parking with free shuttles.
July 24, 2010 - 1:30pm
Train entertained the late-afternoon crowd on the main stage at HullabaLOU Friday night.
Train performed at HullabLOU's main stage Friday afternoon, going through all their hits and a couple songs from their current album. That's it. There simply wasn't too much too get excited about.Of course, this was a performance from a band most well known for two songs (Drops of Jupiter and Hey...
July 24, 2010 - 8:43am
Bring a minimum of $40 per person to eat at HullabaLOU, but don't expect to get full.
It's hard to top Forecastle for festival food. I didn't really expect Churchill Downs to try, so I have to give them some well deserved props for bringing in local chains. I'm a huge fan of Shiraz (a local chain that serves great Persian kabobs), so even though they have their offerings are the...