1. ACLU of KY Bill of Rights Dinner 5:30pm, Kentucky International Convention Center. Louisville, KY.
Les Miserables Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati. October 1- 6.
2.KY Fall Classic Saddlebred Show KY Horse Park. 859/268-4509.
3..Reel Big Fish w/ The Starting Line & The Kicks. Bogarts, Cincinnati. 513/281-8400.
Disney on Ice Freedom Hall Louisville 10/3 - 10/6. $33/13 Adults, $33/8 Children.
Ace Weekly fall dining guide.
4. Lexington Ballet Company Fall Concert Lexington Opera House, 8pm.
The Bourbon Ball 7pm, Waterfront Park Louisville, KY $350. 502/589-0155.
Keeneland Thoroughbred Racing Fall Meet 1:10pm, Wednesdays through Sundays. 859/254-3412.
Bluegrass Heritage Music Festival at Lykins Park in Winchester.
5..Louisville Pops: Blood, Sweat and Tears Louisville Palace Theatre.
Bluegrass Heritage Music Festival at Lykins Park in Winchester.
Raison dEtre at Boone Taverns Oak Room on Main St. in Berea. $10. 800/366-9358.
Paul McCartney Conseco Field House, Indianapolis.
6.Bengals Football Bengals vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1pm.
7.Fire Prevention Parade Downtown Lexington 859/258-3123.
10.Paul McCartney Value City Arena Columbus, OH.
11.Elvis Costello 8pm, Taft Theatre Cincinnati. $47/35/25.
Kentucky Guild of Artists and
Craftsmen Fall Fair Indian Ft. Theater Berea, KY.10/11- 10/13. 859/986-3192.
Men O War vs. Greensboro 7:30pm, Rupp Arena.
Todd Snider Birthday Party/show Phoenix Hill Tavern 8:30pm.
12.UK Football UK vs South Carolina Commonwealth Stadium. Time TBA.
Fall Celebration w/ Jars of Clay & Others. Paramounts Kings Island.
Alice Cooper 8pm, Taft Theatre, Cincinnati. $37/27.
13.Alice Cooper Palace Theatre Louisville, KY.
Elvis Costello 8pm, Murat Theatre Indianapolis, IN.
UK opera Lexington Opera House Info, 859/ 233-4567.
UK Wind Ensemble 7:30pm, Singletary Center for the Arts. Free.
15.Short Storys Only! Manuscript Contest. 6:30pm, The Carnegie Center. Info, 859/254-4175.
16.Incubus w/ Home town Hero 8pm, Roberts Stadium. Evansville, IN. $25.
The Kelly Richey Band , Shady O'Grady's (Cinci).
17.Mid-South 3-Day Event and Team Challenge 10/17/ - 10/20 KY Horse Park. 502/633-3339.
The Midnight Terror Haunted Attraction 10/10 - 10/31 Applebee's Park 859/252-4487.
13th Annual IBMA Awards - Whitney Hall, Kentucky Center for the Arts. Louisville, KY.
Pork Tornado 8pm. Bogart's. Cincinnati. $15.
18.JON STEWART w/ Jim McGaffigan. Taft Theatre, Cincinnati
Carrot Top Caesars Coliseum Elizabeth, IN.
Arlo Guthrie 8pm, Brown Theatre Louisville, KY 502/584-7777.
19. AL JARREAU 8pm, Taft Theatre, Cincinnati. $35/27.50.
UK Opera Lexington Opera House Info, 859/ 233-4567.
20.Gordon Lightfoot 8pm, Palace Theatre, Louisville. 502/583-4555 $35/27.50.
Men O War vs. Toledo 6pm, Rupp Arena.
The Jackie Wilson Story: My Heart is Crying 2:30pm, Brown Theatre Louisville. 502/562-0157.
Bengals Football Bengals vs. Tennessee Titans, 1pm.
22.Nature Night at McConnell Springs 7-9pm. Info, 225-4073.
24.New Found Glory w/ Further Seems Forever, Something Corporate & Finch. Bogarts, Cincinnati. 513/281-8400.
Boz Scaggs Caesars Coliseum Elizabeth, IN.
25.KY Baller Theatre presents Dracula, 10/25 -10/26,Opera House. 859/252-5245.
George Jones Paramount Arts Center Ashland, KY.
26.UK Football UK vs Georgia Commonwealth Stadium. Time TBA.
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Charlie Daniels Band Cincinnati Music Hall.
Men O War vs. Richmond, 6pm Rupp Arena.
Anne Murray 8pm, Taft Theatre, Cincinnati. $45/37.50.
Halloween Spooktacular 3pm, Singletary Center for the Arts
29.Nature Night at McConnell Springs 7-9pm. Info, 225-4073.
30.UK Orchestra 7:30pm, Singletary Center for the Arts. 859/257-4929.
Supafuzz 9pm, A1A. 859/231-7263.
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The quintessence of Generation X, Jon Stewart has been performing stand-up comedy for years now. His career in entertainment began by performing stand-up in various comedy clubs throughout New York City, he then landed a place on TV when he became the host of Comedy Central's Short Attention Span Theater. Shortly thereafter, Stewart moved to MTV, hosting the show You Wrote It, You Watch It, then receiving his own show in 1993, The Jon Stewart Show. Stewart moved into the film industry in the late 90s appearing in several major motion pictures, including Playing by Heart, The Faculty, Big Daddy, and Death to Smoochy among others. He is currently the host of Comedy Central's hit series The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. His stand-up is smart and funny, he displays a quick wit, and a big imagination during his act. Jim McGaffin, who you will recognize from the movies Super Troopers and Road Trip will open the show. This will be worth the $35 ticket price. Taft Theater Friday, October 18. 8pm.
KGAC fall fair
The Indian Ft. Theater in Berea will be the site for this annual event. From cutting-edge contemporary, to whimsical and traditional, all the work is designed and produced by over 120 of Kentucky's finest artists and craftsmen. There will also be some special guest exhibitors from around the nation. More than a unique shopping opportunity, the Fall Fair 2002 will be fun-filled with participation opportunities for all ages. Demonstrators will answer questions about how to make unique art and fine craft. A kaleidoscope of free hands-on youth projects, will give each budding artist a chance to stretch their creative abilities. While you're there, if you like to hike, the foothills behind the theater known to some as "The Pinnacles" provides many challenging but beautiful trails for you to explore. Info, 859/986-3192.
Halloween night in Lexington will be scary for more reasons than one. One of Lexington's favorite rock bands, Supafuzz, will play their annual fright night show at A1A. The guys in Supafuzz love Halloween and do not feel they are "too cool" to dress up, although they usually end up naked on stage at the end of this special night. Last year they played a prank on the large crowd waiting for them, by announcing the show had been cancelled then taking the stage dressed in full police attire. Supafuzz always has an incredible live show, but Halloween is especially fun because of all the cover songs they'll play, and the the costume contest before the show. 9pm A1A Info, 231-726.
If you haven't seen Paul McCartney in concert before, this could be your last chance. The last time the former Beatle performed anywhere near here, George Bush's dad was President-and who knows, there might not be a next time. As of press, some tickets were still available for the show at The Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis through Ticketmaster, but even if the show is sold out by the time you read this, do whatever it takes to see this concert. Paul McCartney is more than a rock legend; he, along with The Beatles, changed the world. More than an entire generation of pop culture has been inspired by the songs he wrote with John Lennon, and to see him perform those songs live could be a once-in-a-lifetime event. He performs many of his favorite Beatles classics as well as hit songs from Wings and his solo stuff as well. There is no way this will be a bad show. The Conseco Field House Indianapolis, IN 8pm. $52/252.