As part of their Drop Out Boogie Tour, psychedelic rocker's, Black Mountain and The Black Angels will stop in Louisville to play Headliner's this coming Tuesday, Nov. 9.
Language, love, and monkeys trying to write Hamlet are featured on the Little Colonel Playhouse stage this weekend.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention's Out of the Darkness Community Walk takes place this Saturday November 6 at Waterfront Park beginning at 10:00 A.M. For a member of the local cover group MidLife Crisis Band, that will be part of the post race entertainment, performing at this event is particularly personal and important.
Danzig is playing live at Expo Five this evening.
Shootings, coverups, and comedy, all in one play. Clarksville Little Theatre will present Neil Simon's Rumors beginning Friday.
Free concert with A Lion Named Roar and Fall Kills the Calendar
The Louisville Orchestra opens its new season of NiteLites concerts with Vienna this weekend.
Shall we dance? Broadway Across America is set to present the dance energy and exploration of Burn the Floor beginning tomorrow.
Love, death, and narrating stage managers take center stage in OUr Town, the first show of IUS's season, beginning on Friday.
Free to a good home: "free homemade haunted house (okolona)" that apparently had one girl, perhaps it was your girlfriend, drop to the ground crying and had a guy shoulder block his girl to get out. Good news is, donations go towards finding a cure for breast cancer.
Prohibition-era law still sticks
One Eskimo headlines a night of British indie rock this Friday night at Zanzabar. They are joined by Leeds band Scars on 45 and singer Hugo.