Live Music to See: June 9-12

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Looking for live music this weekend? Here’s what we’ve got on our radars.

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June 9

The Avett Brothers @ Chaifetz Arena 7:30, $40-$55

With roots in traditional folk and bluegrass, these brothers and bandmates have made their mark in music history.

Twangfest: Hurray for the Riff Raff, Nikki Lane, Tommy Halloran’s Guerilla Swing @ Off Broadway Music Venue 8pm, $25adv $28 dos

As part of Twangfest, these two female-fronted acts will make you feel all the feels. Special local opener will be Tommy Halloran.

June 10

Andy Frasco @ Blueberry Hill’s Duckroom 9pm, $17

You may have caught him at the Oyster Bar last time, but he’s bringing the blues to Blueberry Hill this time.

Sacred Leather, Thorhammer and Oracle @ The Firebird 8pm, $7

Get down with these heavy metal, rock ‘n’ roll acts from around the area.

June 11

Brantley Gilbert: Take It Outside Tour @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheater w/ Justin Moore  & Colt Ford 7pm, 30-55$

One of the biggest emerging contemporary country acts brings his buddies to STL for a real outdoor, country showdown.

105.7 The Point Presents: Houndmouth @ The Pageant 8pm, $20

This indie/Americana act just keeps getting bigger and bigger—they are definitely an act to catch!

M. Ward: More Rain Tour @ Blueberry Hill 8pm, $26

You may know him from She & Him coupled with Zooey Deschanel, or alongside Conor Oberst, Jim James and Mike Mogis in supergroup Monsters of Folk, but he’s flying solo this time bringing that breezy americana style to STL.

Merle Fest: A Tribute to the Late Merle Haggard @ The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy 8pm, $10

In honor of one of the best performers in country music, local acts come together to present their renditions of your favorite Merle Haggard hits.

June 12

The Lumineers @ Peabody Opera House 7:30pm

This folk-rock trio has gained tons of international recognition since their start in 2002. Tickets will go fast!

Blues at the Oyster Bar: Killer Blues Headstone Project Benefit Concert 2pm-7pm, $10 donation

Tons of local blues talent, and the proceeds go to the Killer Blues Headstone Project. Learn more about the benefit, here.

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