June 2, 2009 - 9:29am
Things kick off this Friday with Eli Young Band and continue through the end of August with a healthy mix of country and rock.
The gang at 4th Street Live! have been busily assembling their lineup to take advantage of closing down the street and entertaining outdoors with their Summer Concert Series. For the sixth year in a row, Fourth Street Live! This is the 6th year for the free concerts downtown with the Hot Country...
May 26, 2009 - 3:09pm
The multi award-winnig talent sings, dances, jokes, and performs for the masses as part of his "Intuition" tour in July.
Jamie Foxx’s 50-city North American “Intuition Tour” comes to Freedom Hall , Sunday, July 26th.
May 20, 2009 - 8:30am
OK, so there's the parking and ticket price to get in the fairgrounds, but after that feel free to dance, mosh, pump your fist...whatever works at whatever show you're enjoying!
The Kentucky State Fair has always been about more than pork sandwiches, halter tops, and farm animals. The free concerts are as much a part of the experience as anything and the Kentucky State Fair Board has come strong with varietal lineup that covers rock, Christian, country, and pop. Check it...
May 19, 2009 - 12:35pm
With the onslaught of summer comes the opportunity to do outdoor events. With the past success of hipster events on their rooftop, Glassworks looks to capitalize on shorts weather to introduce you to "dub".
Ok, so it's not officially summertime, but the sun has certainly been shining more often. Not exactly like it does in Kingston, Jamaica, but we can certainly pretend.
Dub Fest '09, set for Friday, May 29th highlights this little-known but evidently influential type of music that comes out of...
May 22, 2009 - 8:23am
With the music, art, and activism invasion just a couple of months away, things are kicking in to high gear. See the full lineup here.
The Forecastle Festival and Nederlander Entertainment have announced the complete festival lineup to the 8th annual Forecastle Festival, July 10th – 12th at the Riverfront Belvedere in downtown Louisville, Kentucky.