Show Announcements: Week of April 13

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She and Him (Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward)  will close out the very first LouFest in Forest Park on August 29.
  • She and Him (Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward) will close out the very first LouFest in Forest Park on August 29.
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*25 Ta Life, May 17
*2cents, April 28
*Bone Dance, May 3
*Close Your Eyes, May 13
*Chase Long Beach, May 3
*HORSE the Band, May 11
*The Expendables, April 29
*The Mentors, May 10
*Taproot, May 2


Old Rock House
*BoDeans, May 25

The Firebird
*All the Day Holiday, May 16
*Bobby Long, June 28
*Emery, June 10
*Flatfoot 56, Aug 3
*Josiah Wolf (of WHY?), June 11

The Gramophone
*Brother Dege, May 18
*Rude Punch, May 4

Scottrade Center
*James Taylor and Carole King, July 10
*Roger Waters' The Wall, October 29

The Pageant
*Jonny Lang, July 9
*Lojic, June 18
*Modest Mouse, July 17
*The Temper Trap, June 9

Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
*Rush, August 22

Forest Park Central Field
*LouFest: The Northwoods, So Many Dynamos, Titus Andronicus, Built To Spill, Broken Social Scene, She and Him, August 28 and 29

The Luminary Art Center
*Frog Eyes, June 26


Gateway Arch
*The B-52s, July 4
*John Legend, July 3

Blueberry Hill
*Joshua James, May 1

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center
*Caw! Caw!, May 21
*Clan of the Cave Bear, May 15
*Din Eli, April 24
*Jack Callahan, May 21
*Motorcycle Maus, May 5
*Peter Brötzmann and Hamid Drake, April 25
*This Town Needs Guns, June 11

Focal Point
*Bob Morrissey, April 25<
*Brewer and Shipley, May 21

*Carrie Newcomer, May 7

Off Broadway
*Charlie Mars, June 9
*The Doo Dads, May 15
*The Orange Peels with The Boorays, May 22

Bottleneck Blues Bar
*Neal E. Boyd
*Ray Price, May 20
*Uriah Heep, June 24

Roberts Orpheum Theater
*Todd Rundgren, September 10

BB's Jazz, Blues and Soups
*Mem Shannon and The Membership, April 22

Floating Laboratories
*Crank Strugeon, May 3

The Fox Theatre
*Ronald Isley and Teena Marie, June 5

Six Flags
*Mary Mary, June 12
*Mitchel Musso, June 11
*The Bamboozle Roadshow Restival (All Time Low, Boys Like Girls, Third Eye Blind, Good Charlotte and more), June 13
*Third Day, August 14

The Gargoyle
*Blah Blah Blah, April 17

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