St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: September 19-21 (Bonus September 22!)

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Uh, yeah, it's sort of a busy weekend. To put it mildly.

Friday, September 19 *Xavier Rudd/Griffin House, Pageant *Murry Hammond (of Old 97's), Off Broadway *New Found Glory, etc., Pop's *Black for a Second/Target Market, Lemmons *OFFICE/One Lone Car/Via Dove, Cicero's (as part of Play:STL Fest) *Tight Pants Syndrome/Superfun Yeah Yeah Rocketship, Vintage Vinyl *Alvin Jett & Phatt Noiz, Delmar, as part of Play:STL Fest *complete PlaySTL fest schedule for Friday here

Saturday, September 20 *Detroit Cobras/Fattback/Trip Daddys, Off Broadway *The Eagles, Scottrade Center *Dark Meat/Bunnygrunt, Billiken Club *Ha Ha Tonka/Backyard Tire Fire, Lucas School House *The Lonely Procession, Lemmons *Backyard Tire Fire, Vintage Vinyl, 4 p.m. *Bridgeton Air Defense (CD release), Way Out Club *DJ Dan, Dante's *Helium Tapes (CD release)/Midtown Thieves, Schlafly Tap Room *Kristeen Young/Domani International, Bluebird *Grovefest, all day, in the Grove (details here) *Old Webster Jazz Festival, featuring Gumbohead, Funky Butt Brass Band, Erin Bode, Soulard Blues Band, more!, noon *Pointfest, featuring Ludo, Local H, Sick Puppies, Black Tide, Bullet for My Valentine, Seether, Puddle of Mudd and more! -- all day, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre *Starship, TR Hughes Ballpark *French Kicks, Duck Room (as part of Play:STL Fest) *complete PlaySTL fest schedule for Saturday here *Space Parlour CD Release 3: Dub Kitchen, Theodore, Dozemarypool, Tin Can Downtown

Monday, September 22 *Cameron McGill and What Army, Off Broadway *Royce da 5'9", The Gramophone

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