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    Free Music 

    There is a free week of music in Louisville beginning tomorrow January 28th till the 31st.  Free week will feature 17 bands, mostly local, at four different venues for FREE. It's a partnership between and participating venues and artists. The entertainment website organized the event, which is based on a similar and wildly successful week in Austin, TX.

    The bands are playing for free and the venues aren't charging rental fees. Free Weeks's purpose is to give locals something to do during the winter time, and to get people into venues that would typically be closed. The venues will benefit from bar sales. Come thirsty! 


    New Vintage | Wednesday January, 28

    Coliseum: Indie Punk Post Hardcore Rock Super Band from Louisville. More info 

    The Foxery: Indie. More info

    Parlour: punk/hardcore Instrumental rocktronic band. More info

    Black God: Noise Punkers. More info

    Zanzabar | Thursday, January 29

    A Lion Named Roar: Alternative western pop. More info

    Discount Guns: Two Pieced Blues infused with Rock. More info

    Lydia Burrell: Electronic Indie Dance Rock. More info

    Satellite Twin: Punk, Ambient Rock. More info 

    Six Bells: More info

    Headliners Music Hall | Friday, January 30

    The Hot Wires: Rock N Roll Powerhouse. More info

    Graffiti: More info

    Black Birds Of Paradise: Psychedelic  More info

    New Bravado: Psych-Rock Band. More info

    Mercury Ballroom | Saturday, January 31

    1200- Experimental rap. More info

    Jalin Roze- Rapper, Singer, Songwriter. More info

    Touch AC & The Smoke Shop Kids: Funk & Hop Hop. More info

    Shadowpact​: Smooth Hip Hop. More info

    Stay tuned for's coverage of free week. 

    Photo: Lynn Hafele

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