11 Shows To See This Weekend In St. Louis: September 8-11

 In Culture, Guide

Looking for live music this weekend? We’ve got some ideas.


Sept 8

The Whigs @ The Firebird w/ Brotherlee and the Leather Jackals, Other People 7pm, $10-$12

The Whigs are a garage rock band out of Athens, Georgia and have toured with major acts such as Kings of Leon, Drive By Truckers and Band of Skulls.

Sept 9

Pickin’ On The Huzzah w/ Splitlip Rayfield, Old Salt Union and more! 4pm

Pickin’ On The Huzzah Festival is located in Steelville, Missouri on the beautiful campgrounds of Huzzah Valley River Resort. This regional festival showcases the best in bluegrass, roots and folk music. Pick up tickets at The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy.

O.A.R The XX Tour Evolution of a Revolution @ The Pageant 7pm, $40-$50

O.A.R is an American jam band with reggae influences that came to fame in the late ’90s. Now they are back on a headlining tour playing all the hits.

The Wilderness w/ Auset Music Project and Jon Valley @ Schlafly Tap Room 9pm, FREE

Grab a pint of local brew and enjoy some good, down-to-earth rock ‘n’ roll brought to you by local group The Wilderness.

Coleman Hughes Project featuring Adrianne @ Jazz at the Bistro, 7:30 & 9:30 pm, $10-$20

One of St. Louis’ most beloved jazz, soul and R&B groups comes to Jazz at the Bistro in Grand Center.

Sept 10

We Are Warm, Traveling Sound Machine, Syna So Pro, Phillip Twitchell @ Blueberry Hill Duck Room 7pm, $10 

In the basement of the legendary Blueberry Hill, you can catch a number of talented indie acts.

LouFest $60-$350

This two-day event starts at 11:30am on Saturday. LouFest hosts over 30 national acts and a handful of local acts in the heart of Forest Park.

Toby Keith Interstates & Tailgates Tour @ Hollywood Casino Ampitheatre 7pm, $20-$125

One of America’s favorite country stars headlines at the outdoor stage at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater. 

Beyoncé The Formation World Tour @ The Dome at America’s Center 7:30pm, $45-$800

This Saturday, the queen arrives in St. Louis. That means it’s time to break the bank for this once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the top pop and R&B star in the world.

Sept 11

That Rat Presents: Surf Sunday @ Atomic Cowboy 4pm-7pm

This Sunday fest features bands such as Beach Bodies and Backwash at the outdoor stage at Atomic Cowboy. Bring your sunscreen!

105.7 Presents: Blink 182 @ The Hollywood Amphitheater 7pm, $40-$100

Everyone’s favorite pop-punk trio is back on tour, and STL is loving it. Don’t miss out!

Photo by Derek Truninger.

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