The Louisville Outskirts Festival announced its complete festival lineup this week, and also released details about the festival’s Rockshops for Girls events. The festival is Oct. 10-12, at the New Vintage and the Cure Lounge.
The lineup features female-centric acts from all over the U.S., including several popular Louisville artists such as Lady Pyramid, 21st Century Fox, Juanita, Cher Von, the Sandpaper Dolls, Bridge 19, Maiden Radio, the Fervor and more.
The festival also features New York’s Marnie Stern, Cincinnati’s Tweens, Chicago’s the Cell Phones and Philadelphia’s Trophy Wife. The full lineup can be found at the festival’s website.
In addition, food trucks Longshot Lobsta and Jam Pan will be stationed at New Vintage. Vendors interested in renting booth space can email Outskirts Festival organizers at [email protected].
Rockshops for Girls will be held during the festival at Lincoln Performing Arts School, 930 E. Main St., and is a nonprofit music workshop designed to give girls ages 10-18 the opportunity to learn instruments, form bands, write songs and perform. No experience is required.
The workshops take place 9 a.m.-4 p.m. on Oct. 11 and 12.
Single day tickets to Outskirts Festival are $15 in advance or $20 the day of show. An early bird weekend pass is available for $30, but are limited to only 50. Tickets can be purchased online.