Metal isn't dead.
Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft presents White Glove Test: Louisville Punk Flyers 1978-1994. An exhibition of original, handcrafted concert posters from one of Louisville's most diverse music scenes.
Next to Normal will be at the MeX Theater in the Kentucky Center for the Arts this weekend only! Get your tickets for a show that cannot be missed!
Next to Normal will run from January 30 through February 9. Remy Sisk said, "It's been an incredibly cathartic process to stage this show and unearth the emotion that lies at the heart of the text and music; however, I believe it will certainly pay off as audiences will be engaged during this performance unlike they ever have before."
Come celebrate Louisville’s very first Free Week featuring local artists and music venues. Friday and Saturday are the last two nights to see some of Louisville’s finest. Don’t miss out!
Thoughtfly Films launches their second Louisville based feature length film production.
Dragon King's Daughter's new establishment, Kaiju, is the place for craft beer, local music, and lively atmosphere.
Louisville citizens have been introduced to a healthy, relaxing, enjoyable alternative to medications and sore bodies.
Chris Tucker will headline The Palace this Saturday, January 17!
Another great show at The Palace!
Halfway lost my mind at Halfway to Gonzofest.
Halestorm rocked the Mercury Ballroom last night!
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