Celebrate Independence Day the right way with these festivals and events taking place in Louisville surrounding the 4th of July.
Four-headed rap monster, Slaughterhouse, presents "The Our House Tour" to debut in Louisville at Headliners Music Hall Sunday April 29th!
“This is the most crowded I’ve ever seen Headliner’s,” a girl shouted to me as the opening act, “Larry & his Flask” seriously revved up to wind their show down. She wasn’t far from wrong – Headliner’s was almost at capacity with some of Louisville’s rowdiest to see The Reverend Horton Heat with special guests “The Goddamn Hallows”, and “Larry & His Flask” who gave a serious foot-stompin’, soul scratchin’ sermon of unholy loudness. This past Tursday, March 8th, service was held by Heat and friends on their "Stewed, Screwed, & Tattooed" tour.
Thursday, March 8th, Reverend Horton Heat will hold service at Headliner’s Music Hall with Larry & His Flask and The Goddamn Gallows on the "Stewed, Screwed, & Tattooed" tour. Their appeal lies somewhere between the mosh pit and a good, ol'-fashioned barn-raising, and promise a night of country-heavy tunes about bad habits, well-meaning but clueless husbands, and ever-expanding beer-guts.
Legends of 80/90's indie rock, The Lemonheads, will hit the rewind button on Monday March 5 at Headliner’s Music Hall, 8pm. The band will be playing " It's a shame about Ray " in it’s entirely with special guests The Shining Twins and Dear Meet. A must for all of their fans and as well a unique opportunity to (re)discover them!
The Crescent Hill neighborhood gets touted again! Join local authors Sam and Debbie Thomas at The Filson tomorrow, Tuesday February 21st, at 6pm as they share the stories that contributed to the creation of their popular books.
Head out to everybody’s favorite local bookstore this Sunday, February 12th at 4pm, and join local author John E. Findling as he presents a diverse look at one of Louisville’s most popular boroughs.
The Drive-By Truckers tell their stories of life
Voted second for BEST ANNUAL FESTIVAL in LOUISVILLE by the Leo Weekly, the Mighty Kindness Hootenanny is a free community unity celebration f kindness!
If you have preschoolers and are looking for a playgroup, you're in luck.
Because deep-frying things you don't eat anyway is a bad idea and may lead to slow dancing to cover-bands under giant tents, guzzling draft beer, excessive sweating, cardiac arrest, and flatulence.
Local Baptist church will host large-scale three-day gathering at the end of April.