Take a trip back to your teens and everything that goes along with those years. And we mean EVERYTHING.
Things kick off this Friday with Eli Young Band and continue through the end of August with a healthy mix of country and rock.
Louisville is essentially a collection of unique neighborhoods making up the whole of the city. A new exhibit at the 930 Room explores the areas surrounding their property.
The multi award-winnig talent sings, dances, jokes, and performs for the masses as part of his "Intuition" tour in July.
The latest BB&T "Strings Attached" show follows the theme of hip, rockin', and different from what most expect from an orchestra. Tickets on sale May 29th.
If you're planning on sticking around the city this summer with your time off, the Belle has a few ideas on how to spend a few of your evenings.
If Memorial Day is the unofficialy kickoff to summer, then things will get in full swing throughout the city's arts community starting June 5th.
Young, lanky white bluesman uses emerging media to promote his gritty blues
Qdoba brings even more free live music to the 'ville.
OK, so there's the parking and ticket price to get in the fairgrounds, but after that feel free to dance, mosh, pump your fist...whatever works at whatever show you're enjoying!
With the onslaught of summer comes the opportunity to do outdoor events. With the past success of hipster events on their rooftop, Glassworks looks to capitalize on shorts weather to introduce you to "dub".
Avoid being Dizzy Miss Lizzy at Abbey Road on the River by following this Bellarmine Beatles instructor's tips.