Art Sanctuary presents a retro event around 50th anniversary of Warhol's "Exploding Plastic Inevitable" and will show a mini Warhol film festival including the very hard to find Chelsea Girls, never before shown in Louisville.
Here's your Louisville bucket list for the fall season.
5,000 children will be able to see the benefits of this grant.
Find out more about And Then There Were None at Derby Dinner Playhouse.
Aliens hovered behind the stage in their saucers. A large, furry yeti and a cardboard unicorn creature cheered on the bands. More decorations and artwork lined the walls. And a time machine offered festivalgoers a chance to skip ahead or fall backwards and relive their favorite moment of FlatFest.
Heather Bond is a charismatic rising star out of Nashville who will be celebrating the release of her new album with a show at New Vintage.
Mat Alano-Martin has gone from punk rocker to stand-up comic and now he's coming to Louisville.
The closest thing to Mick Jagger you'll witness this week.
Brooklyn based comedians Seth Cockfield and Owen Straw do a special house show in Louisville as part of their Endless Summer Tour.
So much for domestic bliss and tranquility...
Every night is trivia night in Louisville. Here's a list of all great places to exercise your noodle.
Two of Chicago's finest comedians, Dave Losso and Alex Kumin come to Louisville to be part of Comedy Attack! at Kaiju