From new spots on the block to old favorites, hidden gems and concentrated hotspots like the Pepper Campus and Jefferson Street, there’s a local patio spot sure to strike everyone’s fancy.
After a contentious exit from its former location and a series of delays obtaining proper licensing to open anew, local music venue Cosmic Charlie’s 3.0 is ready for liftoff.
GRAMMY-nominated musician Brent Cobb will kick off his extensive “Sucker For a Good Time Tour” headline tour in 2019 with stops in Lexington on March 29 and Louisville on March 30, 2019.
This week’s live menu is highlighted by some of the final shows at the National Ave. location of Cosmic Charlie’s including “Grateful Sunday,” Reverend Horton Heat and of Montreal.
Of all the changes taking place in the Warehouse Block over the the next several months, perhaps the most high profile is that surrounding National Avenue music venue Cosmic Charlie’s, which announced plans in March to shutter its National Avenue location this summer and relocate to a new venue.
Caroline Rose will perform in Lexington at Cosmic Charlie’s on March 6 with The Nude Party, just a handful of weeks after releasing her sophomore album LONER.
Marco Benevento will fly south for a Winter tour in February, including a stop at Cosmic Charlie’s in Lexington, Ky. on Friday, Feb. 2.
Illinois’ Old Salt Union rolled into Lexington and Cosmic Charlie’s last Thursday, September 7, with special guests The Stray Birds.
Eric Smith remembers the 2013 holidays as the time when his family was torn apart.
Led by identical twins Cain and Cyle Barnes, The Weeks have manufactured a swampy blend of southern rock straight from Mississippi that has left music fanatics in a frenzy nationwide and earned them spots supporting headlining acts, such as Kings of Leon, on tour.