10 St. Louis Shows to See This Weekend: Sept 15-18
We’ve got a great list of shows this week in music, St. Louis!
The Maness Brothers Unplugged @ Joe’s Cafe 7pm, $10
Voted Best Blues Band in St. Louis, these rock ‘n’ roll brothers bring their sound down a notch for the legendary spot known as Joe’s Cafe.
Lydia Loveless @ The Duck Room 8pm, $12
Combining a little honky tonk, punk attitude and classic country vocals, Lydia Loveless has a massive underground following to match her massive talent.
Florida Georgia Line @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater 7pm, $30-$240
Pop country’s favorite rock ‘n’ rollers hit St. Louis, so grab your cowboy hat and cutoffs.
Flume @ The Pageant 8pm, $35-$40
From a young beat maker to an internationally recognized producer, Flume will have you dancing all night long.
Bryan Adams @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater 8pm, $10-$50
As one of the best-selling songwriters in American history, Bryan Adams will pull out all the hits including your favorite, “Summer of ’69.”
Norm MacDonald @ Lumiere Place 9:30pm, $30-$40
You know him for his stand-up and plethora of feel-good movies. It’s a great time to check out some comedy and our city’s newest casino.
Koplant No @ Jazz at the Bistro 7:30 & 9:30, $10-$20
Led by saxophonist Joel Vanderheyden, this is a forward-thinking ensemble that fuses intricate compositions and jazz improvisation with electronica, progressive rock and hip-hop.
Bear Cub / Mariner @ Foam 9pm, FREE
A couple of St. Louis indie acts at one of the most popular Cherokee Street coffee shops on the corner of Cherokee and Jefferson.
The Loft Sessions @ Gaslight 12pm, FREE
Check out one of the coolest new venues in town, a bar/restaurant with behind-the-scene views of artists during their recording process. The Loft Sessions highlight the best in STL music, this week featuring Brother Lee & the Leather Jackals and the LS XPRS.
Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas @ The Firebird w/ Tancred and Whoa Thunder 7pm, $10
Jessica Hernandez & The Deltas are a promising new group with strong vocals, a fun, surfy sound and soul. If you’re into new music, check these guys out.
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