Like, this Saturday, you can totally find KDHX at the Benton Park Reclaiming the '80s 5K Walk and Stroll! And we want you to join us on Team 1988.1 KDHX, like, for sure!
Are you ready to storm the castle? Thousands of people are gearing up for the Forecastle Festival in Louisville, KY -- taking place July 13th-15th -- and we want to send you and a friend!
At Midwest Mayhem, there's a photo-op around ever corner: from high-energy bands, to burlesque beauties, to wandering performers and costumed guests. The returning Photomaton Fauxto Booth is another way to take some of the craziest pictures of your life. We mean, just look at last year's gallery, ya bunch of fun-lovin' nuts, you.
The Mayans predicted the world would end this year. We don't believe it either, but we'll use it as another excuse to party at the City Museum for the 7th year in a row: Midwest Mayhem 2012 blasts off on May 10!
We asked you to "Put an (Andrew) Bird On It " for a chance to attend a special Andrew Bird soundcheck and see the show Thursday, March 22 at The Pageant, and everyone flocked to the streets to do just that.
Here's a contest that will make you whistle: we're giving you a chance to see Andrew Bird this Thursday at The Pageant and attend a very special soundcheck performance where you'll meet the man himself.
To paraphrase The Pixies: "HAYES! Been tryin' to meet you!" And that's what we gave you the chance to do -- meet Hayes Carll and attend his soundcheck, followed by his show at the Sheldon this Sunday, March 18 -- by writing a Hayes Carll haiku. A Hay-ku, if you will.
They used to shout "Boy, you ain't a poet -- just a drunk with a pen" according to a weary Hayes Carll on his tune "It's Hard Out Here." And just as Hayes went on to prove them all wrong, now's your chance to do the same. You might win tickets to the show, attend the soundcheck and meet Hayes Carll in the process.
At the intersection of music and perfume, your choices...well, your choices stink, frankly. "Fantasy" by Britney Spears is best used as some sort of anti-sex stink bomb, and we believe Justin Bieber's perfume was the perferred choice of particularly vicious Occupy Wall Street riot cops.