9 Concerts to Check Out in March
From pop divas to Irish rock bands to country stars and more, March in St. Louis is full of many concerts worth seeing. Read through our list of the top nine concerts to check out this month, grab your tickets and prepare for a few weeks of great music around town.
March 4, The Demo
Right after the release of his latest full-length album, “Ledges,” indie-folk singer-songwriter Noah Gundersen is performing as a solo act and exciting fans who have followed him throughout his Beneath Oceans and The Courage band days. Purchase tickets online.
March 6, The Pageant
New Orleans-based funk and jazz band Galactic spreads the NOLA spirit across the country when it tours with its groove-worthy music. Known for playing big events during Mardi Gras in the South, Galactic performs from its latest album, “Carnivale Electricos.” Find tickets online.
March 11, The Pageant
Celtic-punk-rock group Flogging Molly is back in town for a concert that’s sure to satisfy. In the band’s latest album, “Speed of Darkness,” listeners find stories of loss, much emotion and ideas about finding hope in down-on-their-luck cities like Detroit. Get tickets online.
March 19, Peabody Opera House
Making a cappella music part of the mainstream music scene, Pentatonix comes to
St. Louis in a now sold-out concert. Known as winners of season three of “The Sing-Off,” members of this group are pros at rearranging pop songs in a clever and creative way. Find tickers and information online.
March 20, Chaifetz Arena
Actress, pop and R&B star, philanthropist and more, Demi Lovato is one busy woman. Fans won’t want to miss her show on The Neon Lights Tour this month. Expect to hear popular tunes like “Give Your Heart a Break” and “Heart Attack.” Buy tickets online.
March 20, Peabody Opera House
Rising star Lorde is known as the youngest artist to top music charts since 1987. Her big hit “Royals” stayed at the top of alternative radio and AAA radio lists for numerous weeks. Don’t miss her show at Peabody this month where you’ll here songs including “Tennis Court” and “Glory and Gore.” Tickets available online.
Young the Giant
March 21, The Pageant
Cali-based indie-rock group Young the Giant has been together since 2004, but started seeing quite a bit of success after signing with Roadrunner Records in 2009 and releasing popular singles like “My Body” shortly thereafter. Now, the band is touring again right after its “Mind Over Matter” album release earlier this year. Find tickets here.
March 27, Chaifetz Arena
Check out country superstar and songwriter Justin Moore on his album-titled “Off the Beaten Path” tour this month. Plan to hear big hits like “Lettin’ the Night Roll” and “Til My Last Day.” Visit the Chaifetz Arena website for tickets and information.
March 29, The Pageant
Southern-alt-rock musicians, the band Drive-By Truckers comes to town with its older tunes as well as new tunes from 2014’s album, “English Oceans.” Based in Georgia and known for creating quite a musical ruckus with their shows, the Drive-By Truckers delivers an alternative country sound all its own. Purchase tickets online.