Things To Do: Jan. 8-10


Olivia Dawson

91.9 WFPK 20th Anniversary Celebration Louisville Allstar Jam
Jan. 9 at 8p.m.
Brown Theater
315 W Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 40202

Fans of the local independent radio station can enjoy an evening of music from local musical gems, including Ben Sollee, Wax Fang, Twin Limb and Howell Dawdy. The concert will also feature appearances from some of the members of the New Albany-native alternative band Houndmouth. 

Cabo Wabo Winter Coat Party
Jan. 9 at 8p.m.
Mellwood Arts Center
1860 Mellwood Ave., Louisville, Ky. 40206

Help out Louisville’s homeless by donating a new or gently used coat at the door of the 23rd annual Cabo Wabo Winter Coat Party. The coats will benefit the homeless through St. Vincent de Paul and tickets will benefit Uspirtus, an organization that strives to provide care for abused and neglected local children. Snack on catering from the 502 Cafe, a barbecue food truck, while listening to the Louisville Crashers, a cover band known for performing at weddings.

Rachmaninov’s Second Concert
Jan. 9 at 8p.m.
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
501 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. 40202

Be immersed in the classic works of the Russian pianist and composer Rachmaninov in a Louisville Orchestra performance. Fans of Tchaikovsky and Chopin will enjoy these powerful pieces.

Tierney Sutton
Jan. 8 at 8p.m.
Clifton Center
2117 Payne St., Louisville, Ky. 40206

Hear the five-time Grammy nominee and jazz singer Tierney Sutton perform songs from her 16-year repertoire. Her smooth vocals perfectly accompany her traditional jazz arrangements, with many songs featuring a heavy piano emphasis. 

Twelfth Night
Through Jan. 10. Times vary.
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts
501 West Main St., Louisville, Ky. 40202

Shakespeare fans will love the performance of this classic love story, which is a comedy based on disguises. A shipwreck separates twins Viola and Sebastian, and Viola disguises herself as a man and falls in love with a Duke. The Duke happens to be in love with a countess, who falls in love with Viola as she is dressed as a man. Laugh at the characters’ confusion in this classic Elizabethan love-triangle.