4 Concerts To Catch This Weekend In Louisville (10/15)

Friday, Oct. 15

Alicia Witt (Album Release Show)
Zanzabar
$20 ($40 VIP)  |  8 p.m.
Through piano-driven alt-pop, Alicia Witt builds honest and striking songs. This show is a celebration for Witt’s latest album, The Conduit. She’s also an actress, who got her start in David Lynch’s 1984 film adaptation of the sci-fi novel “Dune,” playing the protagonist Paul Atreides’ sister, Alia. Blakeley Burger Trio Opens.

Elvis Costello & the Imposters
Louisville Palace
8 p.m.  | Tickets start at $29.50
A legendary songwriter with incredible versatility, Elvis Costello and his band the Imposters have a deep and unpredictable discography that winds through the spectrum of popular music.

Friday, Oct. 15-16

Grateville Dead 2021
High Horse parking lot
$25-$40  |  Times vary
A celebration of the Grateful Dead, by regional bands that were inspired by Garcia and company, including Hyryder, Stolen Faces, Electric Garden, Dizgo, Air Show and The Captain Midnight Band. 

Saturday, Oct. 16

The Excuses, Black Leather Habit, Meat Mama
The Flamingo Lounge
$5  |  8 p.m.
Excuses play “fast and loose” garage rock; Black Leather Habit gravitates toward no-frills, New York Dolls-style power-punk; Meat Mama dives into “rowdy, protein rich rock & roll” and features members of Sweatermeat and The Archaeas.

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