Granger Smith
May
4
7:00 pm19:00

Granger Smith

  • Manchester Music Hall

Doors @ 7

Support

  • Dylan Schneider
  • TBA

GA $20

VIP $60 This includes access to our upstairs area along with a gated off section at the front of the stage.

18+ Concert

Sundy Best
May
12
7:00 pm19:00

Sundy Best

  • Manchester Music Hall

Support Collaborations 

  • Brothers Smith & Grayson Jenkins
  • Eric Bolander & Derek Spencer

Doors @ 7pm

GA $20 ADV/ $25 DOS

VIP $55 (VIP access only, NO M&G)

*18+ concert*

Yacht Rock Revue
Jul
13
8:00 pm20:00

Yacht Rock Revue

  • Manchester Music Hall

Tickets are $20 in advance| $5 increase day of show

Password pre-sale begins Thursday, April 13 at 10:00 AM EST and concludes Thursday, April 13 at 10:00 PM EST.

Pre-sale password: SAILING

On Sale: Friday, April 14 at 10:00 AM EST

18+ Concert


Cody Jinks
Apr
23
7:00 pm19:00

Cody Jinks

  • 899 Manchester Street Lexington, KY, 40508 United States

Support

  • Ward Davis
  • Colter Wall

Doors @ 7:30

GA: $30

VIP: $125 This includes 1 VIP laminate, an autographed CD from Cody Jinks, a VIP Koozie, a ticket to the show, and a privite M&G with Cody Jinks.

Frankie Ballard
Mar
23
7:00 pm19:00

Frankie Ballard

  • Manchester Music Hall

Doors @ 7pm

Support: Tyler Booth

Ticket Info:
GA Tickets - $20 ADV, $25 DOS
VIP Preferred - $50 - VIP Preferred Seating includes access to upstairs area, and area beside side of stage. No meet and greet.

*18+ concert*

Stoney LaRue
Mar
2
7:00 pm19:00

Stoney LaRue

  • Manchester Music Hall

Openers

  • Grayson Cody Jenkins
  • Josh Bogard

Doors Open @ 7PM

TICKET INFO:
General Admission - $15 in advance, $25 on day of show.

*18+ concert*

The SteelDrivers
Feb
3
7:00 pm19:00

The SteelDrivers

  • Manchester Music Hall

The SteelDrivers will be at Manchester Music Hall, Friday February 3rd. This is a 18+ event. General Admission tickets are on sale for $20 and VIP tickets for $50.

Doors @6PM
Opener 1 @7PM
Opener 2 @8PM
The SteelDrivers @9PM

*Times are subject to change.

Restless Leg String Band
Jan
19
7:00 pm19:00

Restless Leg String Band

  • Manchester Music Hall

Manchester Music Hall Presents the Restless Leg String Band, featuring the Jenkins Twins, and Grayson Jenkins and the Resolutions. Doors open at 7PM. Tickets will be available at the door for $10.

New Year's Eve
Dec
31
Jan 1

New Year's Eve

  • Manchester Music Hall

Come out on New Year's Eve and celebrate at Manchester Music Hall. Acts will include the Five Below Band, and DJ Cash, featuring Tinderbox Sideshow, March Madness Marching Band, and Burlesque Dancers. This is a 21+ event. Champagne is included in price. 

Doors @ 8PM
Tickets: $30

Saving Abel
Dec
13
7:00 pm19:00

Saving Abel

  • Manchester Music Hall

Saving Abel is coming to Manchester Music Hall on Dec. 13th! This is an 18 and up event. General Admission tickets are available for $15. 

Here Come The Mummies
Dec
2
7:00 pm19:00

Here Come The Mummies

  • Manchester Music Hall

Here Come The Mummies.
Doors @ 7PM

General Admission: $25
VIP Admission: $100 - Limited Number Available.

***18+ Event***

Here Come the Mummies is an eight-piece funk-rock band of 5000 year-old Egyptian Mummies with a one-track mind. Their "Terrifying Funk from Beyond the Grave" is sure to get you into them (and possibly vice versa).

Since their discovery Here Come The Mummies has opened for P-Funk, Al Green, and Cheap Trick; rocked Super Bowl Village 2012; become a regular on The Bob and Tom Show; been invited to play Summer Camp Music Fest 2015/16, Common Ground 2015, Voodoo Fest 2015, Musikfest 2016, Summerfest, and Riverbend 2016; and sold tickets by the thousands across large swaths of North America. Maybe that's why the ladies (and some dudes) can't stop losing their minds over these mayhem-inducing mavens of mirth.

Some say they were cursed after deflowering a great Pharaoh's daughter. Others claim they are reincarnated Grammy-Winning studio musicians. Regardless, HCTM's mysterious personas, cunning song-craft, and unrelenting live show will bend your brain, and melt your face. Get ready, for Here Come The Mummies.
 

Night Of Valor
Nov
25
7:00 pm19:00

Night Of Valor

  • Manchester Music Hall

The Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation Presents Night of Valor. This is a 21+ event. It will feature music from guests The Wooks, and Jason Goble. Doors open at 6PM, with music starting at 7PM. Tickets are available for $25, or $30 on day of show.

Nov
18
7:00 pm19:00

Corey Smith

Corey Smith will be coming back to Manchester Music Hall! This is an 18 and up event. General Admission tickets are available online for $20 ($30 on day of show), and VIP tickets for $55.

Doors open  @ 7:00 PM
Jordan Davis @7:45 PM
Opener 2 @8:15 PM
Corey Smith at @9:30 PM

*Times are subject to change



Halfway To Hazard
Oct
14
8:00 pm20:00

Halfway To Hazard

  • Manchester Music Hall

***18+ EVENT***

The gently rolling hills of Eastern Kentucky are rich with musical history: the traditions of songwriting & music making are
 centuries old & have been passed down from generation to generation. Many of the ancestors of today's mountain people came to America with barely the clothes on their backs; but very often there was one prized possession nestled among those sparse belongings, a cherished mandolin, a beat up guitar or banjo. To the people who had so little, music meant so much.

MUSIC IS LIFE in this slice of rural Appalachia. When you don't have a lot of entertainment options available, you are forced to make your own fun. While teenagers in urban cities take things like weekly movies and trips to the mall for granted. Outings like that can be rare treats for kids in the mountains. This is something that David Tolliver and Chad Warrix of Halfway to Hazard are, now in hindsight, very thankful for.

 

Oct
6
7:00 pm19:00

Kory Caudill & The Fine Southern Gentleman

 

At the age of four, Caudill began his involvement with the Kentucky Opry at the Mountain Arts Center in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. As the Kentucky Opry's popularity grew, Kory had not only become a key member of the organization, but he was the group’s most popular performer. To date, the young pianist has received hundreds of standing ovations for his performances, which have been called "touching" and "inspiring" by thousands of concert goers.

But don’t let aw-shucks demeanor and jeans, boots, plaid shirt and University of Kentucky ball cap attire fool you. He attended the highly-acclaimed Governor's School of the Arts in Louisville and graduated from Belmont University in Nashville. Kory was he first instrumental student in the history of Belmont to perform in the school’s prestigious Commercial Showcase as well as the "President's Concert.”

Fast forward to 2015, and Kory Caudill has traveled the world and has become one of America’s most sought after pianists. His fluency in nearly every genre, as well as his highly acclaimed virtuosity, has given him success in multiple facets of the music industry. Whether it be recording and producing projects for artists, touring with country superstars, or selling out concerts of his own, it has become clear that the Caudill is a force to be reckoned with in today's music industry.

18+ Event

Crowbar
Oct
3
7:00 pm19:00

Crowbar

Crowbar is coming to Manchester Music Hall Monday October 3rd! 

Artists:

  • Crowbar
  • Gods Below Us
  • Left to The Wolves
  • Theories of the Apocalypse

Doors 6:30PMShow: 7:00PM

18+ Event

The Lacs
Aug
27
7:00 pm19:00

The Lacs

  • Manchester Music Hall

Doors @ 6PM
Music Starts @ 7PM
General Admission: $25
VIP Admission: $80

***21 and up Event***

"People see stuff that is already there and ask why I dream stuff that never was and ask why not”. This saying describes the LACS, they saw what was already there, had big dreams to be there, and asked the music industry why not? Their hick hop and southern rock sound is stronger than the moonshine they drink. The LACS which is the famous short abbreviation of the Loud Ass Crackers are from the sandy dirt roads of Baxley, Georgia. A South Georgia town more famous for its sawmills and turpentine stills than for having a successful southern rap group. The LACS consist of hip hop artist Clay “Uncle Snap” Sharpe and lead vocalist / guitarist Brian “ Rooster” King. With a blue collar background they have worked shutdowns with the union and framed many a house to earn enough money keep their music dreams alive.

Kurt Vile and the Violators
Aug
24
9:00 pm21:00

Kurt Vile and the Violators

  • Manchester Music Hall

Doors: 8PM
Start: 9PM

General Admission: $20
***21+ EVENT***

Having been the subject and willing conspirator of many intentional lies planted in Sonic Youth bios over the years, I know first hand the way album lore can bend reality to its truth. After the infamous Byron Coley originated the SY “Trilogy” myth in the Murray Street bio, we had no choice but to fulfill those expectations with Sonic Nurse. “Why did you decide to make a trilogy?” was always the first question asked in interviews around that time.

But this is Kurt Vile’s bio, and I wont do that to him. Anyway, Kurt does his own myth making; a boy/man with an old soul voice in the age of digital everything becoming something else, which is why this focused, brilliantly clear and seemingly candid record is a breath of fresh air. Recorded and mixed in a number of locations, including Los Angeles and Joshua Tree, b’lieve i’m goin down… is a handshake across the country, east to west coast, thru the dustbowl history (“valley of ashes”) of woody honest strait forward talk guthrie, and a cali canyon dead still nite floating in a nearly waterless landscape. The record is all air, weightless, bodyless, but grounded in convincing authenticity, in the best version of singer songwriter upcycling. In Kurt’s words, “I wanted to get back into the habit of writing a sad song on my couch, with nobody waiting on me. I really wanted it to sound like it’s on my couch — not in a lo-fi way, just more unguarded and vulnerable.”

For a record that plays like a cohesive acoustic experience, its musicality marks Kurt’s departure from an electric guitar experience to include a range of instrumentation with a large group of players. From the banjo he plays on “I’m an Outlaw” to the piano and lapsteel on “Life Like This,” and the myriad other instruments on other songs, including farfisa, resonator, arps, horns and synth, one never thinks about what exactly yr listening to as it all serves the song.The heart of the record is “Stand Inside.” The music is quiet and the melody, like a hymn, folds in on itself, and embraces full strength in a sexy, floating forcelessness that slowly gathers into a wave that doesn’t go where you think it will or rather gives in to itself and celebrates a man willing to be defined by a woman and his love for her as witness to each other’s lives… Don’t stand by my side, stand inside gives up roleplaying for true exposure and vulnerability.

It’s a weird, accepting, mature record, acknowledging the inherent immaturity of being a person whether father, husband, partner, adult, musician, not perfect, but compelling for its understanding … that’s life though so sad to say… I love this record, b’lieve i’m goin down.