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".
Well known around town as a dining destination, Frankfort Avenue offers up a delectable selection all in one place at the popular event.
After all these years, these guys are still rockin'. Band together to show KISS that Louisville should be on their roster of show cities for their upcoming tour.
Forecastle Festival gets great buzz online and in the music community and there is a reason why. The headliners were previously announced and now they've added more bands with names you'd probably know.
When 500,000 or so people convene in one place for an enormous event, there are plenty of different viewing persepctives. But seeing that Thunder is a waterfront event, there are certain "floating" options that perhaps you didn't think were available.
With lingering questions about the state of the economy, an event like Thunder Over Louisville can play a big part in making things feel normal.
The Forecastle Festival was a big deal already, but organizers have opened a new chapter of the history of the event and are bringing in some major heavyweights.
The Derby winning jockey will co-host an event for the guests of the hotel on Oaks night as part of a special Derby package.
It's about time that somebody put all of the region's delicious microbrews under one roof. The LEO and the Louisville Independent Business Alliance are taking that bold step on March 27.
Chicago geniuses Future Rock are driving down I-65 to BLOW YOUR MIND.
Locally based Havana Beverages, fine purveyor of bottled beverages in three flavors, will participate in the February 7, 2009 Dodgeball event at the Baskeball Academy.
Freedom Hall will host two professional athletes next month as Andy Roddick and Serena Williams are coming to town.