Photographer Matt Spilker caught 22 of the 54 total bands that played Lincoln Exposed 2013. See through the viewfinder of his camera and look back at this year's festival.
We wrap up our Lincoln Exposed coverage, combining days three and four of sweat, sound and heart in photos, interviews and concert audio. Review or catch up on what's vibrant in Lincoln.
Dig in to our photo- and interview-driven review of Lincoln Exposed day two. It's enough to make you raise your arms and yell.
Lincoln Exposed begins tonight. Help us cover the festival at Duffy's Tavern, The Zoo Bar and The Bourbon, tonight through Saturday, Feb. 16 by taking photos and leaving messages on Holla HN.
Academy of Rock is a non-profit program located in Lincoln that focuses on teaching kids how to rock. But why is learning to play an instrument important?
A few days have passed since Lincoln Exposed 2012 ended, allowing memories of the festival to develop. Look back and look closely at this photographic evidence.
About 1,700 people attended Lincoln Exposed this past weekend. Also, Darren Keen makes a remix of Whitney Houston's "How Will I Know?"
OK, let's be honest. Lincoln is a music city, and all four days of Lincoln Exposed proved that. Come on in for coverage of the last night.
Lincoln was exposed to a huge crowd Friday night that packed the Bourbon, Duffy's and The Zoo Bar. Here's our take with photos and reviews.
Marq Manner's take on Lincoln Exposed: “Live music is alive and well in Lincoln.” Read his review here.