3 Concerts To Catch In Louisville This Weekend (11/19)

Friday, Nov. 19

qwerty, Shark Sandwich, Kids Born Wrong
The Flamingo Lounge
$5  |  8 p.m.
The local garage rock band qwerty is releasing a new single, “Maybe,” with support from Louisville punk rock bands Shark Sandwich and Kids Born Wrong.


Neal Francis
Headliners Music Hall
$18-$20  |  8 p.m.
With a kaleidoscopic, psychedelic sound that lives at the corner of modern alt-pop and vintage rock, Neal Francis can shift and sway his music in various styles, staying unpredictable, yet accessible and magnetic. Magnolia Boulevard opens.

Sunday, Nov. 21

Silver Synthetic 
$12  |  8 p.m.
With vibrant indie-rock featuring golden hooks and warm tones that’s unsurprisingly made by people with a punk background, the Silver Synthetics are reminiscent of a band like Wilco.  

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