Live Music to See June 24-26
Looking for live music to see this weekend? Here’s what we’ve got on our radars.
Darius Rucker: The Good For a Good Time Tour @ Hollywood Casino Amphiteater 7pm, $15 and up
You may know him as the frontman from Hootie & the Blowfish, but he’s jump-started his solo career and plans on having a good ol’ time here in St. Louis.
Credence Clearwater Revival Experience @ Blueberry Hill’s Duck Room 9pm, $10
Enjoy hits like “Good Golly Miss Molly” and “Born on the Bayou” at St. Louis’ own Blueberry Hill Duck Room.
CaveofswordS, Golden Curls, Yes You Are and Hope & Therapy @ The Demo STL 8pm, $10
A golden lineup of dance-worthy acts that make you feel things … amazing things.
Erin Bode CD Release @ Jazz at the Bistro 7:30 & 9:30, $20
Erin Bode is “someone you won’t forget.” Back at the bistro, she presents her latest recording venture.
Live and Let Die: A Symphonic Tribute to Paul McCartney @ STL Symphony’s Powell Hall 7:30pm, $35-$65
A tribute to one of the greatest musicians of all time comes to Powell Hall. Enjoy a night listening to all your favorite hits.
Whiskey War Fest BBQ @ San Loo 1pm
As a precursor to the annual Whiskey War Fest, the brothers behind the event are throwing a BBQ with a fantastic day of music planned.
Environmental Music & Arts Project (eMAP) @ Blank Space 2-6pm, $10
A concert for a good cause? I’m there. Lineup includes local acts, Letter to Memphis, Illphonics and Kid Scientist.
Selena Gomez @ Scottrade Center 7:30pm, $50-$80
One of the leading pop superstars in the world right now comes to St. Louis this Sunday. Get ready.
America @ River City Casino and Hotel 8pm, $70-$80
This easy listening folk rock band is known for hits like “A Horse With No Name” and “Ventura Highway.”
The Jayhawks @ The Pageant 7pm, $25-$30
This Twin City-based band comes to STL with Folk Uke to perform their alternative country songs from their newest album “Paging Mr. Proust.”