Things To Do: Mar. 18-20

Things To Do: Mar. 18-20

Olivia Dawson

Adult Coloring Night
Mar. 18 at 7p.m.
Side by Side Studio
2528 Frankfort Avenue, Louisville, Ky. 40206

This is a good opportunity to let creativity flow, even with a busy schedule. De-stress every other Friday night by coloring in peace. Coloring books have become a trendy way to relax and express yourself, and may provide a new hobby. Children age 11 and older are allowed with adult accompaniment.

Bonnie Raitt
Mar. 19 at 8p.m.
Prices vary
Louisville Palace Theatre
625 S 4th St., Louisville, KY 40202

Bonnie Raitt’s 45-year career has reached many fans of the blues and folk rock genres. She has had numerous hits, such as “Something to Talk About.” She has received 10 Grammy Awards. Her music is similar to that of Jackson Browne and Linda Ronstadt.

Eine Kleine Hausmusik
Mar. 18 at 7p.m.
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum
402 St. James Court, Louisville, Ky. 40208

People who love classical music or history would love this event. It will feature the NouLou Chamber Players, a group of some of the most elite musicians in Louisville, in the intimate setting of the historical Conrad-Caldwell House. There will be a reception prior to the performance with light refreshments.

Kentucky Flea Market Spring Fling
Mar. 18-20. Times vary.
Free admission
Kentucky Fair and Expo Center
937 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Ky. 40209

If spring cleaning isn’t your thing, try spring shopping instead. This giant flea market will have every quirky knick knack or practical item for repurposing that one could ask for. This could be the perfect opportunity to start a new project to refresh for a new season.

Movie Lovers 5k
Mar. 19 at 9a.m.
$25 per person
Skyview Park
2700 Watterson Trail, Louisville, Ky. 40299

This event began as an effort to raise money for lymphoma research. This year, the theme has changed but the purpose is still the same. There will be signs placed throughout the race with movie quotes, and identifying the movies they come from will result in prizes from Family Video. It’s not meant just for dedicated runners, so there will also be a 1 mile fun run/walk for the whole family.

Pink Martini
Mar. 19 at 8p.m.
Prices vary
Kentucky Center for the Arts
501 W Main St., Louisville, KY 40202

As a 13-piece “little orchestra,” Pink Martini’s music follows some traditional standards, but with a unique flair. It combines smooth jazz with vibrant classical music and features occasional foreign lyrics, namely French and Spanish. This concert would be excellent for fans of the group Jazzamor, or anyone who likes contemporary twists on classics.

Shooter Jennings
Mar. 18 at 8p.m.
Headliners Music Hall
1386 Lexington Road, Louisville, Ky. 40206

Son of the 1970s country star Waylon Jennings, Shooter Jennings shares a passion for country music and carries on the talent. His music would best be categorized as Southern rock or outlaw country, combining some rock elements with traditional country acoustics. Fans of Dwight Yoakam or Sturgill Simpson would like this concert.

Tony Bennett
Mar. 18 at 8p.m.
Prices vary
Louisville Palace Theatre
625 S 4th St., Louisville, Ky. 40202

At 89 years old, Tony Bennett’s career still flourishes with old and new audiences alike, and most people will be familiar with his voice for years to come. Bennett has released more than 70 albums and won 19 Grammy Awards, as well as a Lifetime Achievement Award. He is often grouped with Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby and more twentieth century music icons. In the past few years, he has worked with Lady Gaga and Amy Winehouse. This could be a once in a lifetime opportunity for people who appreciate older music.