Top Spots To See Cover Bands In St. Louis

August 11, 2016 7:00 AM

Photo Credit: Thinkstock

Sure, you’ve got your devices to play music on and listen all day long and clubs that have your favorite DJ. However, sometimes you just want to hear some live music played by a band. Whether, it’s some blues, good ole’ rock ‘n roll, some acoustic guitar, or a combination of several genres of music, there is just something special about hearing musicians live. The St. Louis area is dotted with spots to find the music you want to hear played by the bands you prefer. Come out to see your favorite live bands at these top spots to see cover bands in St. Louis.
Helen Fitzgeralds
3650 South Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63127
(314) 984-0026
www.helenfitzgeralds.com

This south county hot spot for food and cheering on your favorite sports teams, is also a fun place to catch musicians live. Enjoy the Irish pub and grill atmosphere, and don’t be surprised if you run into a friend or two. On the weekends, the place comes alive with music, featuring countless local musicians. Cover bands like That 80’s Band is among local favorites. Kick back with some delicious food, an order of wings, or famous chicken strips, and bop to the music of the 80’s.

Off Broadway
3509 Lemp Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63118
(314) 498-6989
www.offbroadwaystl.com

Always expect to see a live music show whenever you visit this tucked-away gem in the historic Cherokee Lemp section of the city. From country music cover band to Lou Fest, which wakes up the best of St. Louis musicians, this place is always alive with sounds. Attend any number of events, such as the Open Highway Music Festival which presents numerous bands on select nights. Select the band you want to hear, and buy tickets online ahead of time to be sure you get a seat.

The Pageant
6161 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63112
(314) 726-6161
www.thepageant.com

Get the full concert experience with the very best local and national bands. Live, on stage, this Delmar Loop venue presents bands like Ticket to the Beatles, El Monstero and Celebration Day. Ticket to the Beatles is a St. Louis-based band that does a tribute to the 60’s band, The Beatles. Enjoy El Monstero, who covers tribute music of the band Pink Floyd. Celebration Day is also quite entertaining as they nail classic Led Zeppelin songs that rock.

Related:  Five Historical Facts You Didn’t Know About St. Louis

Syberg’s
7802 Gravois Road
St. Louis, MO 63123
(314) 832-3560
www.sybergs.com

Get ready for amazing food and constant entertainment at this restaurant bar located just up the road from Grant’s Farm. Bite into some shark appetizers or the main course, which is the dish that made Syberg’s well-known in town. Sway and be entertained by the best of local bands that play cover tunes. Among the favorites is John Scott Musician, who back in the day played with Souvenir and Network. He now plays a mix of the hottest songs and coffeehouse style and has been known to break out a saxophone along with several varieties of guitars, during a solo.

Blueberry Hill
6504 Delmar Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63130
(314) 727-4444
www.blueberryhill.com

Sit back in this combination restaurant bar and music history museum to enjoy some of the best burgers you’ve ever had, a game of darts, and a concert. Bands like Auchtung Baby, which is a U2 cover band, have been known to make an appearance along with a wide variety of many local favorites. Beyond cover bands, on occasion, you’ll catch a show of the real Chuck Berry live, who still lives within the St. Louis area. Though he claims to come for the wings and not the music, the Duck Room where all of the music is performed on site, is named after his legendary duck walk.

Related: Five Reasons To Visit St. Louis In 2015

Tere Scott is a freelance writer and author of e-books and two educational blogs. She loves to research information to share. She currently resides in St. Louis. Her work can be found at PuddleJumping.

More From CBS St. Louis

Shop KMOX Apparel
KMOX Podcasts

Listen Live