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    Monday 3/7

    Zanzabar
    This Denver based indie pop group is your go to if you like Beulah and The Minders.
     
    Haymarket Whiskey Bar
    Coined as the “neighborhood mixed tape," make Monday night your vinyl night. Bring in your own record, and they’ll play it for all the Haymarket world to hear. Plus, they have free Spinelli’s pizza at 10 P.M.!
     
    Highland Tap Room
    Another Monday means another head-banging metal show.

    Wednesday 3/9

    Mercury Ballroom
    Hoodie Allen puts pop into pop rap.

    Zanzabar
    Wells is a 21st-century singer-songwriter. She blends elements of electronic, pop, folk, orchestral, and jazz into one eclectic sound. 

    The New Vintage
    Catch Rob Zombie's right hand man, John 5, shred what he knows best.

      

     
    Goodwood Brewing
    A lovely Louisville singer-songwriter. 
     
    Hideaway Saloon
    Sounds like they're in the same vein as Paramore. 

    Thursday 3/10

    Zanzabar
     
    KFC Yum! Center
    Emo pop at its finest. From Under the Cork Tree in 2005 put the Chicago group on the map. Now, in 2016, they’re still going strong.

    Tim Faulkner Gallery
    Well, their name is definitely misleading. They don't play folk music and they're not from Nebraska. They play rock music and they're from Kentucky.

     

     
    Rage CVLT, Boner City
    Highland Tap Room
    Do yourself a favor and go see Boner City. Their energy is off the charts. One of the most interesting and eccentric groups in town. 

    Friday 3/11

    Six Bells, The Hot Wires, Oculist
    Zanzabar
    This an all local line-up, but it's not locals only. It's okay to invite yourself. 
     
     
    Mercury Ballroom
    Sorry folks, the season three "The Voice" star, Melanie Martinez, has a sold out show! 

    The New Vintage
    Formerly known as Parlour Tricks, Vice Tricks, blends the spirit of punk with rockabilly. ​

     
    The New Vintage
    Recently the New York Times called Low Cut Connie’s live show “a phenomenon” and “pathologically fun.” The LA Weekly says, “their live show is unmatched in all of rock right now.”​

    Modern Cult Records
     
    Sex Knuckle
    3rd Street Dive
     
    Headliners Music Hall

    Saturday 3/12

    The Speed is reopening! They’re coming back with a bang too. The museum has scheduled 30 hours of non-stop music, performances, and activities to christen the comeback. Best part aside from showcasing local talent is it’s FREE. The event will start Saturday at 10:00 A.M. and end Sunday at 4:00 P.M. Set to play amongst the 30 hours of live music is Wax Fang, The Tunesmiths, and 1200. The full line-up for Saturday is below.Tunesmiths, and 1200. The full line-up for Saturday is below.
     
    Rachel Grimes 11:00 A.M. (Grand Hall)
    Tyler Dippold 12:00 P.M. (Atrium)
    The Free Soul Effect 2:30 P.M. (Atrium)
    Troubadours of Divine Bliss 2:30 P.M. (Cinema Courtyard)
    Camera Lucida 3:00 P.M. (Grand Hall)Lucida 3:00 P.M. (Grand Hall)
    Karter Louis 4:00 P.M. (Grand Hall)
    Anemic Royalty 5:30 P.M. (Grand Hall)
    In Lightning 6:00 P.M. (Cinema Courtyard)
    Lydia Burrell 7:00 P.M. (Grand Hall)
    Mick Sullivan with Joe Watts 7:00 P.M. (Kentucky Gallery)
    BEACONS 8:00 P.M. (Cinema Courtyard)
    The Tunesmiths 8:30 P.M. (Grand Hall)
    Wax Fang 10:00 (Grand Hall)
    March Dabness featuring Skyscraper Stereo, Shadowpact, and Jordan Jetson &Shadowpact, and Jordan Jetson &Dabness featuring Skyscraper Stereo, Shadowpact, and Jordan Jetson &Shadowpact, and Jordan Jetson &
    Eons D.  11:30 P.M. (Grand Hall)
     
    KFC Yum! Center
    Catch one of the most influential bands in the 60s as they celebrate their 50th year, I mean, “Who Are You” not to go.

    The Palace
    The contemporary R&B artist from Louisville is playing a sold out hometown show after making it “big,” if you will. Tiller has received major label attention and his album, Trapsoul, took the number 11 spot on the Billboard 200 chart in 2015

    Zanzabar
    The Brooklyn band claims to play “deceivingly clever rock with a relentless, punk-as-fuck aesthetic.” If you like White Reaper and Speedy Ortiz check this show out, you won’t be disappointed.

    Headliners Music Hall
    The 22 year-old rapper hails from Long Beach, California and is a component to hip hop group, Cutthroat Boys. The rapper’s debut album, “Summertime ’06,” released June 2015 and was claimed to be one of the best albums of 2015 by The Guardian and Pitchfork. Local support for this show comes from Jack Harlow and Peter Wesley.

    Modern Cult Records
    New Bravado is generally psych rock, but to be more specific they're Black Sabbath if Black Sabbath were a local band in 2016. Satellite Twin tames the more folk side of things.
     
    Kaiju
    It’s experimental.

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    Freedom Hall

    Sunday 3/13

    Mercury Ballroom
    We all had Mayday days. 

     

     

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