8 Concerts You Shouldn't Miss in St. Louis this March

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Music thrives in town this month with a great mixture of genres like R&B, folk rock, pop and more. Check out our list of the top eight concerts to go see this March.

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Elvis Costello. Photo courtesy of Elvis Costello.

March 8, The Pageant
Recognized for her smooth vocals, intriguing lyrics and talent, Ledisi stuns with her show skills, new music and connection with her audience. On “The Intimate Truth Tour,” Ledisi performs from her latest and third full-length album, “Lost and Found.”

Elvis Costello
March 9, The Pageant
British singer-songwriter-musician Elvis Costello has earned attention for his albums, for musical work in films, collaborations and so much more. Performing since the 1970s, Costello plays from early albums like “Armed Forces” and “Almost Blue,” as well as from more recent ones like “National Ransom.”

Brit Floyd – Space and Time World Tour
March 19, Peabody Opera House
With a huge new light show, more renditions of Pink Floyd’s best work and a one-of-a-kind tribute performance honoring the classic rock group, the Brit Floyd – Space & Time World Tour is back on tour and performing from big-hit albums like “The Dark Side of the Moon” and “The Division Bell.”

Jazmine Sullivan
March 19, The Pageant
Diva-esque songstress Jazmine Sullivan took a three-year break from working on her career, but fortunately for fans, she’s back on tour and singing favorite songs like “Holding You Down” and “Good Enough,” as well as her newer work. Don’t miss this empowered R&B singer in action.

Little Big Town
March 20, The Fox Theatre
Grammy Award-winning country-rock group Little Big Town continues its tour, “The Pain Killer Tour,” after releasing a new tune (“Girl Crush”) and continuing its music success.

Fleetwood Mac
March 27, Scottrade Center
British folk-rock group Fleetwood Mac has been playing great music for multiple decades. The group’s fan base is varied in age, background, and music taste, but all will gather to hear tunes from albums like the recent “Say You Will,” as well as from older albums like “Future Games” and “Mr. Wonderful.”

Andy Grammer
March 28, Old Rock House
Known for rising to fame after performing on the street, soulful pop musician Andy Grammer is now a platinum-selling, award-winning sensation. Don’t miss this concert as he performs some of his best work, including tunes from 2014’s “Magazines or Novels.”

Tedeschi Trucks Band
March 29, Peabody Opera House
Tedeschi Trucks Band features an impressive 11-member collective, all led by a husband and wife duo Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi, who love slide guitars, soulful tunes and  blues influences.

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