St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: May 8 to 10



Friday, May 8
*Mac Lethal/Soulcrate Music, Firebird
*Thao and the Get Down Stay Down/Samantha Crain and the Midnight Shivers/Sister Suvi, Off Broadway
*Yonder Mountain String Band, Pageant
*Earth Crisis/Walls of Jericho, Fubar
*Nightwish/Volbeat, Pop's
*KRISTEENYOUNG, Vintage Vinyl (8 p.m.)
*Benjamin Del Shreve/Randall shreve/The Incurables, The Library
*Trigger 5, Atomic Cowboy
*TOK, Lemmons
*Soundscape/caralee/Pinkleef/Heist, Cicero's
*The Quakes, Deluxe
*Karen Mal, Focal Point
*Doc Watson/David Holt, Sheldon
*Tony Bennett, Fox Theatre
*Men Working in Trees/ Mellowhale/Weird Body Parts/ Archetypes, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center


Saturday, May 9
*Centro-matic/Monahans/Rough Shop, Off Broadway
*Asobi Seksu/Stella Mora/Math You, Firebird
*Kinetix, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room
*Yonder Mountain String Band, Pageant
*Caleb Travers, The Chapel
*Brian Curran, Blues City Deli
*Science Hill/Upright Animals/J. Boozer/Noctaluca, The Library
*Fundamental Elements/Scratch Track, Cicero's (late)
*JoBu, Broadway Oyster Bar
*Kay Love, Kranzberg Arts Center
*Zeda's Beat Box, cicero's (early)
*Macro Meltdown, Lemmons
*Stacy Mitchart Band, BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups
*Twiztid/Bondox/Prozac/Potluck, Pop's
*The World Palestine, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center

Sunday, May 10
*James Taylor, Fox Theatre -- SOLD OUT
*Denise Thimes, Sheldon
*Stendek/AXO/Mansion Incident, cicero's
*Benefit for Gabe (All Will Fall), Fubar
*Halestorm, Pop's
*Orchestrating Diversity Benefit, with St. Louis Symphony, Jazz St. Louis, Eric Hall

Monday, May 11
*Living Things/Nothing Still, Off Broadway
*Living Things, Vintage Vinyl (4 p.m.)
*Bella Morte/Ego Likeness, Dante's
*Rookie Of the Year/Hollywood Heartthrob/Monty Are I, Fubar
*Westbound Train/Outlaw Nation/Team Relevance, Firebird

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