Need to get in the holiday spirit? Here are some options to get you in the mood this weekend in Central Kentucky.
In Vol. III of mini album reviews from quarantine Tom Wickstrom takes a look at new music from Thomm Jutz, Justin Farren and D.L. Marble.
A concert from Molly Tuttle at the Burl highlights things to do in Central Kentucky the weekend of Nov. 20-22.
A free concert from Mojothunder at the Burl highlights the weekend calendar for Nov. 13-15 in the Lexington area.
Looking for something to do this weekend? We’ve got a watch party for Breeders’ Cup races, live music, comedy, theater, movies and more.
See what new music released during quarantine has been on repeat for Tom Wickstrom, including the Dedicated Men Of Zion.
Ron Gallo, Houndmouth, Molly Tuttle and a craft flea market are among the events coming to the Burl in November.
A modern day pioneer consistently pushing the boundaries of bluegrass, Lindsay Lou‘s music is truly ahead of the times, but she isn’t the first in her family to push the limits.
The Wooks will have a show in the Burl parking lot on Halloween night with new band members, playing songs from their new album.
Looking for something to do? Here is a guide of Halloween happenings around town from a Dia de los Muertos celebration to trick-or-treating.
Billy Strings returned to action last night with a two hour-long Sunday night sermon livestream from the Ryman Auditorium.
This weekend’s events are led by music from Kelsey Waldon, who returns to The Burl on Oct. 23 with Abby Hamilton.
While many businesses continue to struggle to survive amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some Central Kentucky venues are getting back into the game by pivoting during the pandemic to adapt their spaces for safe and socially distant live music.