Louisville Magazine

AUG 2016

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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132 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 8.16 EVENTS Q. WANT TO SELL TICKETS ONLINE TO YOUR LOUISVILLE EVENT? A: For more information, call Amber Thieneman at Louisville Magazine, (502) 625-0100 x12 or send email to tickets@loumag.com. If your organization or venue is looking for a robust, sophisticated, full-featured local online ticketing solution, we've got just the ticket for you: LouisvilleTickets.com. Here are just a few benefits we offer at LouisvilleTickets: • Competitive purchasing and service fees with Eventbrite and other national ticketing services. • Built-in local promotion of your events through Louisville.com, Louisville Magazine and email blasts. • Local service and support. • Ability to offer unlimited discount promotion codes. • Ability to accept donations for nonprofits. Your Perfect August 1 "Gaela Erwin: Reframing the Past," a collection of portraits inspired by realism and old master paintings, at the Speed (Aug 1-oct. 30). 2 Ray Lamontagne at the Palace. 3 Lake Street Dive at Iroquois Amphitheater. 4 Seven Sense Festival preview with the funky dance band Cult Family Foundation at the Mayor's Gallery. Decca's Beat and Eats features the flavors and sounds of Bérchules, Spain, which celebrates New Year's in August. The Cannabis Conundrum: Genetics and Politics of America's Most Controversial Plant, at the downtown library. 5 Psycho at the Palace. First Friday Hop downtown. 6 Love DJ and light shows? Check out the Neon River Music Festival at Waterfront Park. More than 80 booths of clay, metal, wood, fiber, basketry and glass works at the craft fair at Shaker Village (Aug. 6 & 7). Live hip hop at Tim Faulkner Gallery. 7 Taste of Frankfort Avenue at the Clifton Center. Hemp Festival at Locust Grove — learn the crop's history, grow it, eat it, wear it. CycLOUvia in Germantown and Schnitzelburg at Logan and Shelby streets and Goss Avenue. School's about to start back up again, but Alice Cooper is at the Palace.

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