Friday, October 2 *Darker My Love/Fractured Army/Troubadour Dali, Firebird *Sea Wolf/Sara Love/Port O'Brien, Billiken Club *Michael Franti & Spearhead/Trevor Hall, The Pageant *Presidents of the United States of America, Taste of St. Louis *Billy Talent/AM Taxi/Poison the Well, Pop's *Steddy P "Style Like Mind" Tour w/Steddy P, DJ Mahf, Earthworms, Fresh Heir, Dallas, Fox Hole @ Atomic Cowboy *Three Days Grace (get tix via the Point), The Library *Rough Shop, Cabin Inn *Leroy Pierson, BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups (7 p.m.) *Lionheart/Venia/Thick As Blood, Fubar *Big Muddy Records Rooftop BBQ, Jefferson Underground *Michael Brewer, The Focal Point *Otter Petter/Chariots, Antarctica *Big Smith, The Gramophone *Thunderkid, Lemmons *Jake's Leg, Cicero's *Dave Stone, Mangia
Saturday, October 3 *Stephen Lynch, The Pageant *Mike Steimel/Jonathan Cour/dj.l.aMartina, Cicero's *Digital Leather/Thunderkid, The Firebird *Brian McNeill, Focal Point *Marquise Knox, BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups (early) *Bawn in the Mash, The Gramophone *Brookroyal/Shaman's Harvest/Six By Silver/Collinsville All-Stars/From Skies of Fire, Pop's *Welcome to Ashley, The Library *AXO, Mangia *Red Card Royale/Bandulu/Blue Beard, Fubar *Charlie Daniels Band/Pure Prairie League/Outlaws, Veterans Memorial Amphitheater, Lemay, Missouri *Cryin' Shame Blues Band/Michael Kelsey/The Funky Butt Brass Band/Tonic, Taste of St. Louis *Passion Pit/Method Man and Redman/K'Nann, Wash U Wild (tix info here)
Sunday, October 4 *Farm Aid, Verizon Wireless Amphitheater *LuBriCa Tour, featuring Revolting Cocks, Jim Rose, Blownload and Left Spine Down, Firebird *Miley Cyrus, Scottrade Center *Moneen/The Disappeared, Cicero's *Great Big Sea, The Pageant *The Elms, Halo Bar (10 p.m.)
Monday, October 5 *The Bronzed Chorus/Thor Axe, Antarctica *All That Remains/Maylene and the Sons of Disaster/Lacuna Coil/From Sword to Sunrise, Pop's
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