July 24, 2010 - 8:54am
Names include Dave Matthews Band, Kenny Chesney, Bon Jovi, Steve Miller Band, Dwight Yoakam, Doobie Brother, and more.
Looking for live updates and information on getting to Hullabalou? Visit Louisville.com's HullabaLOU roundup page. Churchill Downs announced the next giant thing to hit Louisville. The HullabaLOU music festival is slated for July 23-25 , 2010 at the hallowed grounds of Churchill Downs.The festival...
November 16, 2009 - 2:23pm
Making plenty of allusions to 4:20, the creators of the stoner film hit the road and "fire up" some classic material for live audiences.
As a rite of passage, millions of teens and college students all over America sit and watch the Cheech and Chong movies with groups of friends. And after a long hiatus (like...a couple of decades, man), the Cheech & Chong: Get It Legal is the follow-up to their hugely successful reunion tour...
August 12, 2009 - 3:33pm
Heart, Sister Hazel and Sublime tribute amongst the terrible acts visiting our area soon
I'm not saying I'd turn down free tickets these acts. I'd accept them.
And then I'd promptly run the tickets through my paper shredder--twice--to save someone from making an awful mistake.
Journey and Heart
Aug. 21, 8 p.m.
July 13, 2009 - 10:54am
With one of the hippest venues in town and an eye for the outrageous, Glassworks gets back in the concert game with a trio of bands slated for July 21.
About Martin Bisi: Martin Bisi, has been an influential NY musician since the 80s, not only with his own songs and musical creations, but also recording classic albums by Sonic Youth, Material, Herbie Hancock (Rockit), Africa Bambaata, The Dresden
Dolls, Swans, John Zorn, Helmet, White Zombie, Cop...
June 15, 2009 - 9:55am
It's been hanging around for a few years, adding this, adding that, adding other things. In 2009 the Peak Summit Music Festival sprawls over 15 venues to try and bring Louisville together under a very large musical umbrella.
Peak Summit Groove and Dance Festival sports a new theme for '09- "get on the bus!"
A celebration of Louisville's Music, Art, and Business, the festival features over 25 acts in fifteen venues, and emcompasses comedy, art, film, fashion, and...um....billiards.