St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar, February 22 - 24



Still flu-ridden. Will probably be watching Tina Fey on SNL on Saturday, but for those brave enough to go out, have at it. If any of these are cancelled because of the weather, holla in the comments.

Friday, February 22 *Shame Club/Banshee Lips/Cheap Heat, Bluebird -- RTX Cancelled because of an injury *Slightly Stoopid, Pageant *Jon Hardy and the Public/Jeremy Lister, Off Broadway *7 Shot Screamers/High 5s, Way Out Club *Gateway City Bluegrass Music Festival (through Sunday, 2/24) featuring Ralph Stanley II, Dailey-Vincent Band, David Davis & Warrior River Boys, Sally Jones & the Sidewinders, more, Sheraton Westport Chalet Hotel

Saturday, February 23 *The 75’s (CD release)/Kentucky Knife Fight/Blind Eyes, Lemmons *The Box Social/The Help/Tight Pants Syndrome, Schlafly Tap Room *People Noise/Troubadour Dali/Daydream Astronauts, Bluebird *Toasters/Deal’s Gone Bad, Off Broadway *Yonder Mountain String Band, Pageant -- SOLD OUT *Greensky/Bluegrass, Halo Bar (after Yonder show) *Markus Schulz, Dante's *Bunnygrunt, Feisty Bulldog (2 sets!) *The Transmitters, Mangia *Heroes of the Kingdom/Losers Make Good, Way Out Club *Orbz/PFIC, Cruisin’ Rte. 66 *Paris Hilton party at Home Nightclub

Sunday, February 24 *Horropops/Pink Spiders, Pop’s *Haymarket Riot/Hitch/Balloons, Bluebird -- CANCELLED *Traffic Music Awards, featuring Joka and Tha Deck/Gena/Ludy/Toyy/Da Bangaz/Hakeem the Dream/Vic Damone/Ruka Puff, Roberts Orpheum *30 Years of Punk, with Holy Python/Red Light Runners/Chico Maciunas/The Skulls, Throttle

-- Annie Zaleski

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