September Concerts: 6 Must-See Shows Coming To St. Louis

By Katie Davis
In Culture

This fall is a great time to dive into the music world with concerts from superstar country musicians to hip-hop leaders and swanky jazz-pop singers. You won’t want to skip out on attending at least a handful of these top-of-the-line shows. So, hop online or head to the ticket booths, and grab your tickets today! It’s going to be a month of music bliss.

Miranda Lambert Dierks Bentley Concert Live Nation

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Miranda Lambert and Dierks Bentley
Sept. 6, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Edgy country-music megastar Miranda Lambert sings of broken hearts, true love and old-fashioned revenge alongside friend and fellow country musician Dierks Bentley in the Locked and Reloaded Tour. Don’t miss this high-energy pair perform! Show info and tickets available online at LiveNation.

Iron Maiden
Sept. 8, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
Iron Maiden has been one of the biggest names in heavy-metal music since the mid-1970s. Get ready to rock out with the English-born-and-bred band as they hit the stage with the hard-metal group Megadeth. Prepare for some volume with this show. Show info and tickets available through LiveNation.

Fantasia
Sept. 13, The Fox
Full of style, emotionally charged tunes and tasteful rhythm, award-winning R&B singer Fantasia hits The Fox stage with songs from her latest album, “Back to Me.” Jazz, soul and R&B musician Musiq Soulchild opens the evening up with tunes like “We’re Still Friends.” Head to LiveNation for show info and tickets.

Michael Bublé
Sept. 14, Scottrade Center
The smooth-styled jazz and big band-loving songster Michael Bublé will charm the crowd in his usual fashion with favorite tunes like “It’s a Beautiful Day” and “Everything.” The Grammy Award-winning music man is only in town one night, so don’t let this concert pass you by. Show info and tickets available online here.

J. Cole and Wale: What Dreams May Come Tour
Sept. 19, The Fox
Rap gets a new meaning when new-on-the-scene Grammy-nominated J. Cole joins up with fast-talking hip-hop man Wale for the What Dreams May Come Tour. Plan to witness songs like “Beautiful Bliss” and “Just Begun” performed live. Show info and tickets available online here.

Night Train Tour with Jason Aldean
Sept. 20, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
The 2013 Night Train Tour rides into town with country singer-musician Jason Aldean, known for tunes like “Big Green Tractor” and “Take a Little Ride” leading the show. Jake Owen and Thomas Rhett join Aldean for a night of country-rock perfection. Show info and tickets available online here.

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