St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: Friday, February 5 to Sunday, February 7

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Friday, February 5 *The Livers/Dicegrinder/Hibernauts/Thee Water Moccasins, The Firebird *The Blind Eyes/Jon Hardy & the Public/Jon Bonham and Friends, Off Broadway *So Many Dynamos, Old Rock House *Ded Bugs, The Library *Casey Reeves and Ben Smith, Atomic Cowboy *The Nields, The Focal Point *Secondary Modern/ Kentucky Nightmare/ New Hedonists, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *"Get Your Rock On Festival" hosted by Brandi M from VH1's Rock of Love, Victor Hightaian, Hollow Point Heroes, Tokyo Sauna, Catfish and The Big Boss Blues Band, The Green Sheets, Fubar *Option//Control, hereafterthis, Giants in the Sky, and John Boys Courage, The Pageant *Kristine Jackson and Rob Musik, The Shanti *Well Hungarians, VooDoo Lounge *(re)Sound, Webster *Flow (early)/Michael Logen (late), The Gramophone *Pandelerium, Midwest Avengers, Mr. I, Cicero's

Saturday, February 6 *Gov't Mule/Jackie Greene, The Pageant *Jim Brickman, The Touhill *Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band/Kentucky Knife Fight, The Firebird *Ha Ha Tonka/Exercise/South By Sea, Off Broadway *Winter Warpdrive 5, Roberts Orpheum Theater *Salt N Pepa/Biz Markie/Whodini ,et al, Chaifetz Arena *The Afterdarks, A-B's Place *Manipulation (with Scott Plant)/ Medical Tourists/ Sweet Tooth, Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center *Glass Waves, Mangia *The Max Allen Band, The Gramophone *Red Ass Jones and the Gold Bondsmen, The Shanti *Marquise Knox, BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups *Post Nuclear Trash, Felix's *"Get Your Rock On Festival" hosted by Brandi M from VH1's Rock of Love, Bullshed, This Animation, A Night Well Spent, Lazy Chaos, Buried Beneath, Set Sail, Roger Dodger, Firebrew, Real Big t.v.'s, Enmity's Wake, Fubar *Science Hill, The Upright Animals, Berch, Jack Nations, Cicero's

Sunday, February 7 *Girls/Magic Kids/Smith Westerns, The Gargoyle *Troubadour Dali, Off Broadway *Murali Coryell Blues Band, BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups

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