10 things to do under $5 this week in Louisville (8/22)

Aug 22, 2016 at 2:11 pm
10 things to do under $5 this week in Louisville (8/22)


Cactus Attack, Restless Leg String Ban, Aaron Kelly Mag Bar Free; 9 p.m. Enjoy live music at Mag Bar with swamp-blues rock band Cactus Attack, Lexington bluegrass band Restless Leg String Band and singer/songwriter Aaron Kelly.


Industrial Tuesdays Louis’s “The Ton” Free; All night Working in the service industry is stressful as hell. But thankfully, Louis’s “The Ton” is here to help with a night dedicated to you service peeps. There will be free duck-fat popcorn and plenty of drink and cocktail specials, all for under $5.


Riverside Yoga - Hump Day Flow Captain’s Quarters Donations; 9 a.m. Take some time to slow down and center yourself with Vinyasa flow yoga at the beautiful Captain’s Quarters. All levels are welcome at this class by the river that promises to “Build strength and stamina, relieve stress and anxiety.”


Owoso, Echolalia, CloudMouth Kaiju $5; 9 p.m. Start the weekend early with a live show, including musical acts by “dark and noisy folk” band Cloudmouth,  “experimental folk-rock” band Owoso and the “Hypnotic instrumental guitar compositions” of Echolalia.


Parker Millsap, Brooks Ritter Bicentennial Park Free; 6:30 p.m. Get your ass out of the office and enjoy live music at Bicentennial Park in New Albany. Music will be provided by the folk singer/songwriter from Seattle, Parker Millsap, and the folk singer/songwriter from Louisville, Brooks Ritter.

Raviner, Silver Spoons, Calliope, Velvet Saints Tim Faulkner Gallery $5; 9 p.m. Everyone’s favorite art gallery in The West End, Tim Faulkner Gallery, is hosting a night of live music with acts by alternative rock bands Raviner and Silver Spoons, and electronic rock bands Calliope and Velvet Saints.

Juice Box Heroes, Big Steel Train Jeffersonville River Stage Free; 7 p.m. Talk a nice stroll across the Big Four Bridge to the Indiana side of the river for a night of live music by the water, with musical acts by cover band Juice Box Heroes and folk/rock band Big Steel Train.

The Red Party – Louisville AIDS Walk benefit Play $5; 10 p.m. Head over to Play this Friday to dance your ass off for a good cause. The Red Party, during which you are  encouraged to wear red attire, benefits the Louisville AIDS Walk, which helps to educate, empower and directly support Kentuckians living with HIV/AIDS.

Wombo, Doctor Girlfriend, Happy Pup, She Teen Kaiju Free; 9 p.m. Wombo (made up of members of The Debauchees) is playing its first show this Friday at Kaiju. The band will be accompanied by new wave/dream pop band Doctor Girlfriend, pop band Happy Pup, and “glamour hammer” band She Teen.

Louisville Stop the Crime Concert UofL’s Red Barn $5; 7 p.m. In an effort to bring the community closer together and end the violence plaguing Louisville, UofL is hosting a night of local music from different artists from around the city including Kevin Wayne, Velley Vev and more.