July 23, 2010 - 8:55pm
The temperatures may be in the triple digits, but we have the scoop on where to go to avoid suffering.
Ladies and gentlemen, when you come out for the music you're going to broil. I've spent hours on the infield and I'm here to tell you the three best places to sneak in a little free air conditioning.
1) Best Buy Trailer
You can find it near the Budweiser stage on the infield. In addition to the...
July 23, 2010 - 7:38pm
While gearing up for the weekend festival at the downs and trying to sneak alcohol in past the gates to save you a few bucks, it's imperative that you don't tear out your pubes in the process while strapping bottles to your crotch.
At the last moment my editor came thru with some extra press passes for the weekend HullabaLOU festival in the down's infield. Word for the past few weeks was that we were going to be short a a couple, so I was kind of bummed out, considering I was on of the staffers on the bench cause of...
July 20, 2010 - 10:59am
Make classic American rock a part of your HullabaLOU and check out the Doobie Brothers!
Performing on Friday of the 3-day HullabaLOU Festival, the Doobie Brothers bring their California roots to Kentucky to take part in the inaugural music celebration at Churchill Downs.
According to their official website, the band describes themselves as “a quintessentially American...
July 20, 2010 - 10:17am
DMB is taking 2011 off from touring. See them at HullabaLOU or wait until 2012.
The legendary Dave Matthews Band (DMB) will be performing Sunday June 25, 2010 at HullabaLOU in Louisville, KY. DMB was formed by the band's namesake in 1991 in Charlottesville, Virginia. All the musicians in the band come from differing genres including jazz, classical, soul, rock, bluegrass, and...
July 15, 2010 - 9:12pm
The Avett Brothers may be the youngest and hippest act to be playing at HullabaLOU Festival next weekend. Find out more about the indie darlings from North Carolina.
The Avett Brothers hail from Concord, North Carolina and are darlings of the indie world, their music harkening back to traditional country, folk, and bluegrass roots, but with rock and roll and punk sensibilities, similar to another local favorite band, the Old Crow Medicine Show.