5 things to do this weekend in Louisville (2/2)


First Annual Sweet Fair
The Cure Lounge
$5; $7 under 18  |  8 p.m.; Music 9 p.m.
This sweetie pie Valentine’s Day art and music fair focuses on adorable and cute art, kawaii (Japanese cuteness) culture and sticky tunes. The delicious artists and vendors include Mandi Meadows (Baux Peep), Sink or Swim, Joshua Beechman, Chloe Lee, Darren Vogt, Joshua Johnson, Junkyard Stu, Katie Bruno, Casie Lewis, Jessie Moffett, Tuna Janeway, Yoko Molotov, Lilly Higgs, Awesome Opossum and Froggy’s Cookies. The luscious bands include John Gravatte, Mosquito, The Archaeas, Lucy Furr and Buttzz. —J. Cobb


Cuteopia! (Feb. 3–28)
Revelry Boutique Gallery
Free  |  Times vary
The sixth annual Cuteopia will showcase some of the most adorable local female artists (and one dude.) The perfect show to grab a darling gift for your valentine. Curated by local artists Lyndi Lou and gallery owner Mo McKnight, the show-opening party is Saturday, Feb. 3 at 6 p.m. Join the artists for an evening of indulgence and sassy art. Artists include Lyndi Lou, Miss Happy Pink, Harrison Fogle, Gabrielle Kays, Maya Griffin, Jenna Gordon, Bri Bowers, Sinisters, Mia Fonlupt, Meredith Michelle, Sarah Tidwell, Wood & Twine, Alyson Thiel, Tracy Rowlett, Kayla Sinclair, Rachel Rene, Ashleigh Anthony and Susan Howe. —J. Cobb

Silent Party Louisville
Headliners Music Hall
$10-$24  |  10 p.m.
I know a silent party sounds like the worst kind of party possible, but it’s actually pretty cool. First of all, the party isn’t as quiet as you think. Instead of having the music blasted out of speakers, it’s simply pumped into wireless headphones provided at the venue. And at this party, there will be three live DJs for you to choose from by flipping through the channels on your set of headphones. The result is a lot of people, dancing to a lot of different songs and, as the promoters put it, “one crazy vibe!”

Trump Tax Town Hall with U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage
Free  |  1-3 p.m.
This town hall-style discussion panel will tackle, as organizers put it, “the Trump Tax’s disastrous effects on Kentucky working families.” Panelists include U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth (LEO’s founder), Anna Chu from the National Women’s Law Center and Sarah Zeller, the campaign coordinator for the Kentucky Center for Economic Policy. The event is hosted by Tax March and Indivisible KY.


Puppy Bowl Watch Party Benefiting Kentucky Humane Society
Copper & Kings Distillery
$5 suggested donation  |  2-6 p.m.
Right now, dogs all over the city want a home and family to watch the Super Bowl with. So before the big game, head to Copper & Kings, where the Humane Society will have adoptable puppies, and Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl on the big screen. Vendors will include Pet Wants, fresh pet food suppliers, food from Butchertown Pizza and cocktails, mocktails and nonalcoholic Butchertown soda. —Aaron Yarmuth