Everything About Music In Lexington

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We will all be diving deep into everything about music in Lexington over the next few minutes. Of course this is a really broad topic but we will do our best to share as much info as possible while doing our best to not waste your time.

Getting things going will be a list of the best musical instrument stores in your area. There will even be separate lists for where to buy guitars and the top drum shops in town and while some may quibble about which store should go in which list we will do our best to get things sorted out for you.

Where to get a broken instrument repaired will follow that up. There are many repair companies that can tune a piano, repair a guitar, or work on all varieties of band instruments.

Once all the instrument talk is out of the way we will pivot to local music classes and lessons for kids or adults before moving on to stores for music lovers that sell vintage CD’s and records. You can find numerous places to be entertained at the best concert halls and live music venues near you.

Bars and restaurants with live music will get a shout out as well. A discussion about the Lexington music calendar wouldn’t be complete without mentioning some great festivals and events either.

At the end we will share a map to help you find these stores or venues, and you are all welcome to read more about finding instrument shops and live music around the Southeast right there if interested.

Musical Instrument Stores In Lexington

The best musical instrument stores near you would be:

Willi Music sells acoustic and electric guitars, ukuleles, and percussions in addition to providing music lessons in your area.

Instrument rentals, repairs, lessons, and much more are the specialties of Don Wilson.

Orchestra, woodwinds, brass, percussions, and folk instruments in Lexington are sold at Hurts Music who also offers classes and repairs.

Music lessons, rentals, lighting, installation, and production services are provided at Doo Wop Shop.

Where To Buy Guitars

If you are specifically trying to buy a guitar or guitar accessories check out:

Blackrider sells vintage guitars near you along with tubes, tube amps, accessories, and old neat stuff.

You can find electric, bass, and acoustic guitars along with banjos, resonators, ukuleles, mandolins, amplifiers, effects, and accessories at Willcut Guitars.

Guitar Center is home to one of the largest selections of popular guitars, basses, amplifiers, keyboards, workstations, drums, percussions, microphones, PA systems, DJ equipment, stage lighting, recording software, studio gear, and more.

Don’t forget about the guitars at Willi from our local instrument stores list either.

Drum Shops Near You

Drum Center at 132 Southland Drive in Suite 1-B is one of the best places to buy different types of drums, kits, cymbals, auxiliary percussion instruments, method books, and DVD’s plus they provide first rate lessons, drum maintenance, and other services.

Guitar Center from our previous list has a fine selection of high quality drums too.

Instrument Repairs

Instrument repair services in Lexington are provided at Don Wilson and Hurts Music from our first list.

Music Lessons

Taking music lessons at these schools can level up your game in a hurry:

Studio 88 is a passionate music school offering piano, guitar, drums, and voice lessons in your area along with theory and plenty of other options.

Local music lessons ranging from simple rhythms such as sticks and drums for babies and toddlers to piano, guitar, and other instrument classes are all provided at Musikgarten.

CD & Record Stores

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CD Central at 377 South Limestone deals in all sorts of new and used CD’s, DVD’s, LP records, posters, and cultural ephemera as well as turntables, needles, and record accessories near you plus they host live music events from time to time.

Live Music Venues

These Lexington live music venues are great places to see a concert or performance:

You can catch Kyle Tuttle, Langhorne Slim, Local Honey, and many more regional bands performing live at Burl all throughout the year.

Manchester Music Hall hosts weddings, corporate functions, festivals, and other events as well as concerts featuring world renowned artists like Walker Montgomery, Josh Abbot, and Wade Bowen.

The Southland Jamboree is a free weekly concert funded by donations from community minded sponsors and friends and run entirely by volunteers that conducts 15 weeks a year with around 285 bands.

Restaurants With Live Music

Have a nice meal and enjoy good music at these restaurants:

O’Neill is a laid back joint offering numerous screens for sports and has a big ol’ patio, bar food, and regular live music in your area.

Many people enjoy the live music, ball games, fine drinks, and delicious food at Minglewood.

Bars With Live Music In Lexington

Plus there are bars that play live music too:

Crēaux is known for providing indoor and outdoor dining along with weekend entertainment and live music near you featuring some of the area’s hippest and most talented jazz, funk, and blues musicians on Friday and Saturday nights.

Various touring and local country western bands like Chris Linton, Daniel Cain, and others perform at Austin City.

Tin Roof is a bar and music venue with creative takes on American pub food that features Jordan English, Jeremy Mccomb, 2 for 1, Matt Red, and many other artists throughout the week.

Music Festivals In Your Area

And finally for the top music festivals near you:

Railbird is a great music festival in Lexington that showcases world class artists performing live for 2 days on 3 stages.

The local Chamber Music Festival is committed to fostering artistry and presenting world class performances by artists like Nathan Cole, Akiko Tarumoto, Burchard Tang, Priscilla Lee, and others.

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Enjoy The Lexington Local Music Scene

Well guys, we tried cover as much as we possibly could. You read about the best musical instrument stores, drum and guitar shops, instrument repair services, where to go for lessons, vintage CD and record stores, concert halls and other live music venues like bars and restaurants, plus the best festivals near you.

Anyone that is still here probably knows bit about the local music scene themselves. If so feel free to tell us if we got anything incorrect, if we left any cool spots out, or just share your own thoughts in the comments at the end of the post. Now go have fun enjoying the music in Lexington.

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