Check out these installation pieces this fall! They’ll only be up for a short period of time!
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.
*Harbor House of Louisville's Quacky Makes a Big Splash for Ken-Ducky Derby*
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.
Prepare for the scare...
Kentucky Opera scored a victory with the opening of its 2015 season, choosing a crowd-pleasing Verdi opera whose story is so well known, the audience can skip the synopsis and just relax into the unfolding story.
Mat Alano-Martin has gone from punk rocker to stand-up comic and now he's coming to Louisville.
One of Louisville's favorite and most elusive bands is back at Haymarket Whiskey Bar
Metal heads make a stand against cancer at a day long music festival.
Just as their name suggests, Big & Tall are two different characters, whose love for Louisville, the 502, unites them as a force to be reckoned with.
Accusations fly, with or without proof, in the Arthur Miller-created “The Crucible,” which Shelby County Community Theatre will open tonight.
Rhiannon Giddens and her talented band created a stunning night of music with a special assist from members of the Louisville Orchestra and opening act Leyla McCalla.