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.
Louisville has always had a pretty swingin' little music scene and the success of Skull Alley on Broadway keeps it humming right along.
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 multi award-winnig talent sings, dances, jokes, and performs for the masses as part of his "Intuition" tour in July.
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!
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".
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.
They may just be singers in a rock and roll band, but the Moody Blues have been hanging around long enough to know that rock star isn't the easiest job to maintain.
Three music heavyweights, all with prior Louisville experience, will take to the stage at Slugger Field in July.
After all these years, these guys are still rockin'. Band together to show KISS that Louisville should be on their roster of show cities for their upcoming tour.
Louisville is a great concert town and always has been. But the two weeks of the Kentucky State Fair typically up the ante with a slew of paid and free concerts and 2009 is no different.
She's gone from selling concessions at a movie theater to playing on enormous stages around the world. Now Kelly Clarkson, the first winner of American Idol, is bringing the dog and pony show to the Kentucky State Fair