What’s on the radar this week? Music, Food, Art and Ideas, what more could you ask for in this fine city of ours? The summer season is kicking up the heat and your social calendar is certainly following suit. You asked for it things to do and our awesome town folk responded. It’s hard to find an evening where there isn’t something going on. And if you do, rest up, because there are plenty more events on the horizon. Tis the season, so let’s get social!
Looking for more events? Check out the local calendars on our events page.
Wednesday (6/26) WFPK Waterfront Wednesday - Summer concerts presented by WFPK and Waterfront Development Corporation on the last Wednesday of every month. Featured artists: The Kopecky Family Band, Happy Chichester and Appalatin. Music starts at 6 pm. Free and open to the public.
Thursday (6/27) Reasons to be Pretty - Currently playing at the Bardstown through June 29. A love story about the impossibility of love, Reasons to Be Pretty introduces us to Greg, who truly adores his girlfriend, Steph. Unfortunately, he also thinks she has a few physical imperfections, and when he casually mentions them, all hell breaks loose. Tickets are $15, discounts available for students and seniors.
Friday (6/28) Idea Mornings - This month Ross Baird, from Village Capital (who sources, trains, and invests in impactful seed-stage enterprises worldwide), will speak about impact investing. Location is at the Douglass Loop Heine Brothers (2200 Bardstown Rd). Coffee and snacks provided. Free and open to the public.
Friday (6/28) Cluster Trucked! - What happens when food trucks stop being their usual fare and start switching things up? You get Cluster Trucked! For one night only your favorite food trucks (Holy Moly, Grind, French Indo Canada, Sweet N Savory, Johnny’s Diner Car and Lil Cheezers) will be serving up your new favorite dish. Join in the fun at Apocalypse Brew Works from 6-10 pm.
Saturday (6/29) The 7 Borders - Fun fact: KY is the only state in the nation to border seven states. Can you name them all? No worries, we can’t either. After all we’re still New2Lou, right? Learn about our unique geography, history and regional art 6/29 - 9/1 at KMAC . KMAC members get a sneak peek on Friday (6/28).
Saturday (6/29) Oldschoolcool - Like Pop-Art? You don’t want to miss this. Local artist Erik Orr is bringing Oldschoolcool to Revelry Gallery. Opening reception this Saturday 7-10 pm. Folks are encouraged to dress as their favorite Hollywood entertainers from the 1950s and 60s. Free & open to the public.
Sunday (6/29) Food Truck Sunday - Lucky you! Two awesome food truck events in one week. The Frankfort Avenue Business Association is hosting the 2nd Food Truck Sunday event this Sunday! Enjoy 6 local food trucks along with Homemade Ice Cream and Pie Kitchen and a mini Farmer’s Market featuring The Root Cellar, Rocko’s Rewards, and Lowe Creek Farm at St. Joe’s Children’s Home from 11 am-4 pm. A portion of the sales will benefit St. Joe’s.
On the Radar
Tuesday (7/2) David Byrne & St.Vincent - 91.9 WFPK presents the dynamic duo consisting of 70′s superstar from the Talking Heads with Annie Clark (aka St. Vincent) a rising superstar of recent years, on Tuesday (7/2), 7:30 pm at the Kentucky Center. The tour have been described as “wild and witty” and “convention-defying”. Tickets start at $35.
Wed (7/3)- Thurs (7/4) The 5/3 Bank Waterfront Independence Festival - Kick off the 4th of July festivities on day early at the Fifth Third Bank Waterfront Independence Festival! The event features two days of free music, free children’s activities, festival food, fireworks, and fun. Full schedule of events. Free and open to the public.
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