3 Concerts To Catch In Louisville This Weekend That Aren’t Jack Harlow (12/17)

Friday, Dec. 17

Casey Powell featuring Yons and Jordan Jetson, IDRIS
The Flamingo Lounge
$10  |  8 p.m.
Casey Powell — a super versatile musician who criss-crosses genres — will be joined by two of the most brilliant minds in the local hip-hop scene — Yons and Jordan Jetson, who frequently collaborate on smart, poignant and deep work. IDRIS opens with some jazz. 

Saturday, Dec. 18

Bully 
Zanzabar
$20  |  8 p.m.
With a straight-shooting, heart-on-your-sleeve grunge ethos, but plenty of genre-bending nuance to match, Bully takes punk, pop and garage rock on the steepest of emotional rollercoasters. The project, spearheaded by Alicia Bognanno, has released three lean full-length albums — all solid chapters in a candid story that’s still unraveling. The live show is exactly what you’d expect — raw, charged, thoughtful, simultaneously uplifting and crushing… everything rock should be.

Sweater Fest 
PORTAL at fifteenTWELEVE
$10  |  3:30 p.m.
A locally-focused, single-day music showcase featuring some great Louisville bands, Sweater Fest is also a fund raiser for the Kentucky Refugee Ministries, with attendees encouraged to bring lightly used winter clothing for donation. The bands are: Buddy Crime, Anemic Royalty, Shark Sandwich, The Histrionics, Turbo Nut, Sunshine, Antithesis and Deep Above.  

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