Top Twelve Concerts In St. Louis This November

By Katie Davis
In Culture

Music fans will be going crazy with a wide spectrum of diverse concerts over the next few weeks. From R&B, classic pop and electronic to country and rock, this November has a lot to offer those looking for some audible bliss.

Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake. Photo courtesy of Scottrade Center.

Below, you can find our list of the top twelve concerts in St. Louis this month. Check it out, and then decide how you’ll make it to all of these top-notch shows.

Florida Georgia Line
Nov. 1, Chaifetz Arena
Listen to country superstar duo Florida Georgia Line, comprised of Tyler Hubbard and Bryan Kelley, rock out to fan favorites like “Round Here” and “Get Your Shine On.” Tickets available online.

Lee Brice
Nov. 3, The Pageant
Four-time Academy of Country Music nominee Lee Brice wow fans with his signature laidback, but genuine country music, performing older songs as well as newer ones from his latest album, “Hard 2 Love.” Tickets available online.

Alabama
Nov. 8-9, The Fox
Alabama has played for fans for more than 40 years, and now the group plays its rock- and twang-heavy country style music in the “Back to the Bowery” tour. Tickets available online.

Pink
Nov. 11, Scottrade Center
Edgy pop star P!nk rolls out her much-anticipated “The Truth About Love” tour, performing big hits like “Blow Me (One Last Kiss),” “Just Give Me a Reason” and “Raise Your Glass.” Tickets available online.

MGMT
Nov. 12, Peabody Opera House
Synth pop-rock group MGMT is back at it with a new album, “Under the Radar,” and performs both new tunes as well as favorite dance tunes like “Electric Feel.” Tickets available online.

Hunter Hayes
Nov. 14, The Fox
Twenty two-year-old country singer-songwriter Hunter Hayes continues his “Let’s Be Crazy” tour in St. Louis, playing his chart-topping songs like “Storm Warning” and “Somebody’s Heartbreak.” Tickets available online.

Timeflies
Nov. 16, The Pageant
This sold-out show featuring electronic-hip hop group Timeflies will have concert-goers dancing and jumping as its dubstep-heavy, funk-influenced music both from early releases and the recent album plays on. Tickets no longer available, but info online.

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez. Photo courtesy of Chaifetz Arena.


Selena Gomez

Nov. 18, Chaifetz Arena
While Selena has been focusing on her acting career again lately, she’s also on a huge tour and will come to town to perform successful pop hits like “Naturally” and “Love You Like a Love Song.” Tickets available online.

Justin Timberlake
Nov. 19, Scottrade Center
Expect R&B-pop superstar Justin Timberlake to mesmerize the crowd as he shows off new moves and performs tunes like “Suit and Tie” or “Holy Grail” from his latest album, “The 20/20 Experience.” Tickets available online.

Matt Nathanson
Nov. 20, The Pageant
On his “Last of the Great Pretenders” tour, the comic-musician dishes out some real talk and straightforward lyrics in his usual music-meets-hilarious story format. Tickets available online.

The Urge
Nov. 22-23, The Pageant
St. Louis-based 1980s and 90s ska-punk band The Urge swings into town for two nights to rock out, connect with fans and show off some new skills. Tickets available online.

Elton John
Nov. 24, Chaifetz Arena
The king of British pop and internationally recognized pianist-singer Elton John takes center stage and performs for a packed house, pulling numerous songs from his many decades of music stardom. Tickets available online.

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