Smooth jazz band Pieces of a Dream to headline free concert at Fourth Street Live! Sunday evening. Although the weather will be hot, the music will certainly be cool.
Plan your must-see arts events right now. Here's what's coming up in classical music, opera, and ballet this fall.
Now that Forecastle and HullabaLOU have passed, here's a rundown of an eclectic mix of Louisville concerts scheduled for August-October, including Randy Newman, Stars, John Prine, and My Morning Jacket.
While throngs of people were in the stands and infield, arguably the finest set at HullabaLOU was happening in the paddock Friday when Dan Tyminski joined The Travelin' McCourys for some bluegrass magic.
Sunday at Forecastle Festival 2010, Sara Watkins showed off her virtuoso fiddle playing and emotive voice and proved she has a bright future with or without Nickel Creek.
The rock t-shirts were out in full force (without Cult Jam) Sunday afternoon at Forecastle Festival.
Dar Williams may only have performed eleven songs in her hour set on Sunday at Forecastle Festival 2010, but her stories and conversation gave the already vivid songs even more life.
Seeing Devo live in 2010 is probably a lot like it would have been in 1980, and Saturday's show at Forecastle was fun and - at times - wonderfully strange.
Singer-songwriter Dar Williams will take the West Stage at the Forecastle Festival 2010 on Sunday July 11 at 2:15. While often classified a folk artist, Williams’ music is usually a pop-folk blend earmarked with insightful lyrics and interesting characters. Louisville.com was fortunate enough to talk with Dar while she was at a tour stop in Cleveland. Personable and approachable, she had a lot to say about songwriting, parenting, and, of course, her babysitter.
The Louisville Orchestra will perform an Independence Day concert Saturday night at Jeffersonville's RiverStage as it begins its Summer Classics Series.
Blues legend B.B. King will be playing Horseshoe Casino on the Fourth of July as part of their Summer Outdoor Concert Series.
The Kentucky State Fair Board has released its line-up of artists to play free concerts at Cardinal Stadium during the fair, and the performers include Joan Jett, Charlie Daniels, and MercyMe.