Want to stay current with the St. Louis music scene? Here are five of the top Twitter feeds to watch for local music news, up-and-coming bands, venues, events, concert news, giveaways and more.
Say happy birthday with adult friends at these top bars to celebrate your birthday in St. Louis where you will party with interactive music or enjoy a quiet wine or chocolate bar.
At the crossroads of the country, the Lou has been a hotbed of ragtime, blues, rock and roll, alternative, punk and rap over the years. Here are some of the venues where St. Louisans catch the rising stars.
The 2013 shows are still being announced, but so far it’s shaping up to be another banner year for music fans in the Lou. Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Muse are all on the roster already, with more acts being added every week.
It’s time to think about where to get your annual fix of live music for the holiday season. Whether you’re looking for a rock concert, a classical orchestra, choral groups or a rock opera, you will find it in the Lou this holiday season.
Airports are a necessary evil. Even people who love to travel hate being at the airport. No wonder when we get to the gate we’re ready for a tasty adult beverage.
Celebrate the macabre of a haunted mansion, party in the streets with bottomless beverages, dance the night away on one of the largest dance floors in the midwest or brush up on your “Rocky Horror” screen interactions in an historic theater. Whatever your Halloween preferences, the Lou has a party for you.
Looking for a real Halloween experience this year? Are you brave enough to face a ghost? Legendary hauntings abound in the St. Louis area and some of the Lou’s acclaimed ghosts have taken up residence at local bars and restaurants. If you stop by their hangouts for a drink or a meal, maybe one will tap you on the shoulder and say boo!
Here are five utterly unique hotel bars that have created their own niche in the St. Louis scene.
Want to rub shoulders with the trendy folks of the Lou while sipping a tasty cocktail? These are the most exciting hot spots for hobnobbing in St. Louis.
Country’s coolest crooners took to the Bridgestone Arena for Wednesday night for the 45th annual Country Music Association Awards.
Katy Perry performed for a crowd of 13,000 fans at Scottrade Center on Saturday night.
Taylor Swift rocked Scottrade Center Saturday and Sunday night. Needtobreathe and Hunter Hayes opened the sold out shows.