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Not quite ready to settle down after those nighttime Forecastle sets? No problem! The Forecastle late-night shows are all about taking the Forecastle experience beyond the Waterfront. In years past we’ve had late-night shows with The String Cheese Incident, members of My Morning Jacket with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and many more! In true Forecastle style, we always have a few surprises up our sleeves for these special performances. Stay tuned for more info on what the 2014 late-night shows hold!

  • SOLD OUT: St. Paul and the Broken Bones

    With special guest Curtis Harding
    Friday, July 18 at Headliners Music Hall
    Doors @ 11pm, Show @ 12am
    $20 advance  / $22 day-of-show general admission tickets + applicable fees
    18+

    Gritty soul band St. Paul and the Broken Bones are known for their gritty, elemental rhythm, tight-as-a-drumhead playing, and a profound depth of feeling Produced by Ben Tanner of Alabama Shakes, and recorded and mixed in the storied R&B mecca of Muscle Shoals, Alabama, their debut album Half the City harkens back to the region’s classic soul roots while extending the form with electrifying potency. They’ll be joined by soul powerhouse Curtis Harding.

  • SOLD OUT: MiM0SA

    With special guest Strooly
    Friday, July 18 on the Belle of Louisville
    Doors @ 11pm, Show @ 12am
    $19 general admission tickets + applicable fees
    18+

    Mimosa’s music has been explained by others as a genre of it’s own and self-described as Future Trill. His combination of hip-hop beats with futuristic electronic music is a unique blend that has been selling out venues in North America for the past few years. The LA-based artist is known for his electrifying live show production. His live performances have definitely earned him critical acclaim, with SPIN naming him as one of the “Top 10 Acts at Bonnaroo of 2012.” 2014 will see a follow up album, aptly titled, Future Trill V.2.

  • Bluegrass Situation and Americana Music Association Late-Night Hang Featuring The 23 String Band, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Humming House, and Matrimony

    Saturday, July 19 at Headliners Music Hall
    Doors @ 11pm, Show @ 12am
    $15 advance / $18 day-of-show general admission tickets + applicable fees
    18+

    Specially curated by the folks behind many of music’s biggest collaborations, the Bluegrass Situation and Americana Music Association present the Late-Night Hang Featuring The 23 String Band, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, and Matrimony Plus Special Guests! This once-in-a-blue-moon concert is sure to be full of old favorites and new classics, with of course some Forecastle surprises in tow!

  • SOLD OUT: Moon Taxi

    With special guest Chancellor Warhol
    Saturday, July 19 at Mercury Ballroom
    Doors @ 11pm, Show @ 12am
    $25 general admission tickets + applicable fees
    18+

    Moon Taxi, the impressive Nashville band that has captivated audiences in the southeast and beyond, have released their third album, Mountains Beaches Cities, and to them, it represents the idea of exploration – searching both the world and themselves for new experiences. The Nashville rock group focused on extending the sonic landscape they’d created in earlier recordings, but this time around they amp up the speed and turn up the volume – creating an overall bigger sound.