5 Things To Do This Weekend in Louisville (11/11)

Nov 11, 2016 at 12:40 pm
A still from the film “Le Sens du toucher”
A still from the film “Le Sens du toucher”


Harpy “Wrong Songs” with Stook and Wet Kaiju Free  |  9 p.m. As an avid LEO reader I am sure you have noticed that we are big fans of Yoko Molotov. Her “smutty” art is punk AF and we can’t get enough. But now Molotov is extending her artistic reach with the release of “Wrong Songs,” by Harpy (a solo experimental noise and story project). So come celebrate its release and enjoy some live music by Harpy, STOOK and WET. Bird Zoo Haymarket Whiskey Bar $5  |  9 p.m. Louisville’s hip-hop scene is on the rise, and we have groups including the talented Bird Zoo to thank for that. And the group, comprised of drummer Kevin Scott, guitarist Tiny Forest, DJ InspireMe and MCs Jasun K and Kogan Dumb, are ready to throw down a hell of a show after the election results. As evidenced by a recent post on their Facebook event page calling it a “Fuck Donald Trump Party.”


Ultimate Wine Run Waterfront Park $60-$65  |  2:30 p.m. If you’re still in complete disarray after Tuesday, and torn between running around in circles or drinking a few bottles of wine, The Ultimate Wine Run has combined the two so you can do it without any shame! Participate in the 1K run, 5K run, Zumba or yoga, and then unwind with a few glasses of wine and food from local food trucks. Oh, and if you’re feeling really wild, there will also be a mechanical bull.

LamarFest 2: Electric Boogaloo Tim Faulkner Gallery Free  |  6 p.m. Lamar Cornett likes being weird, and he likes playing the drums. So he combined the two for oddball LamarFest. Seven bands will play throughout the night, and Lamar will do the drumming for all of them. There will also be body painting by Steve-O Shepherd, local band merchandise and plenty of food and drink specials.


Free Owsley Sundays: French Animation Speed Cinema Free  |  1 p.m. Every Sunday this November, Speed Cinema is hosting a screening of an animated film from France. Some are straight-forward films and some are compilations of shorts, but all of them are worthy of viewing. And this Sunday’s screening will be of four animated shorts from the French studio that brought you “Phantom Boy.”