Your Derby Eve show selection just got a bit more complicated – JJ Grey & Mofro will be at the Iroquois Amphitheatre on May 1. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Here’s a video of a recent live performance:
UPDATED It’s a busy Monday for new shows:
Out at the Iroquois Amphitheatre, Sherpa Concerts will bring the Drive-By Truckers with special guests the North Mississippi All-Stars in to the amphitheatre on September 12. Tickets are $27 adv/$30 DoS.
At the Mercury Ballroom, Danish alt-rock New Politics with Bad Suns and SomeKindaWonderful are scheduled in on November 19. Tickets are $18 adv./$20 DoS and go sale Friday.
Additionally at the Mercury, on August 9, the Mercury Rising Series will feature Vice Tricks, The Hot Wires and Your News Vehicles. Tickets will be $5.
On August 13, Bob Marley’s son Stephen “Reggae’ Marley will be in concert as a solo artsts, Tickets are $25 and it’s an all-ages show.
Finally, on September 12, glam metal will be in the house at the Mercury, with Appetite For Destruction (Guns N’ Roses Tribute Band), Red White & Crue (Motley Crue Tribute Band) and Poison’d (Poison Tribute Band). It’s called the Kings Of Hollywood Tour. Tickets are $8.
AT the Palace Theatre, Foster The People will be in concert on October 20. Tickets will run $29.50 – $39.50, with fees of $12 and $12.50.
The multi-venue Louisville Outskirts Festival, scheduled for October 10-12, announced the festival’s list of performers:
Absolutely Not (Chicago)
Bridge 19 (Louisville)
The Cell Phones (Chicago)
Cher Von (Louisville)
The Fervor (Louisville)
Lady Pyramid (Louisville)
Mahogany Reign (Cincinnati)
Maiden Radio (Louisville)
Sandpaper Dolls (Louisville)
Shannon Wright (Atlanta)
Tara Jane O’Neil (Los Angeles)
Trophy Wife (Philadelphia):
Twenty First Century Fox (Louisville)
Twin Limb (Louisville)
Yesterday’s round of concert announcements featured the news that Gladys Knight will play the Louisville Palace on September 12 and Don Williams will perform at the Iroquois Amphitheatre on September 11. Tickets for Gladys Knight go sale on Friday, May 23, at noon; tickets for the Williams show will go on sale Friday, June 6, 10 .a,m. 29, $45 & $65