Photos: St. Louis Secret Sound Festival on Cherokee Street, Saturday, October 30

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On Saturday, October 30, Cherokee Street came alive with the first St. Louis Secret Sound Festival. Bands performed at venues such as Apop Records, Foam and 2720 Cherokee, from noon until the wee hours of the morning. Photographer Kholood Eid was there and caught some of the festivities. Here's a sampling; an entire slideshow is right here.

Locals Dubb Nubb perform at Foam - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Locals Dubb Nubb perform at Foam

View an entire slideshow of photos from the St. Louis Secret Sound Festival

Apop's basement drew some adventurous souls - KHOLOOD EID
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  • Apop's basement drew some adventurous souls
A sign advertising performers - KHOLOOD EID
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  • A sign advertising performers

View an entire slideshow of photos from the St. Louis Secret Sound Festival

Shawn Rosenblatt of Netherfriends, performing at 2720 Cherokee - KHOLOOD EID
  • Kholood Eid
  • Shawn Rosenblatt of Netherfriends, performing at 2720 Cherokee
Spelling Bee performs in Apop Records' basement - KHOLOOD EID
  • Kholood Eid
  • Spelling Bee performs in Apop Records' basement
Beth Bombara and Kit Hamon perform at the St. Louis Secret Sound Festival - KHOLOOD EID
  • Kholood Eid
  • Beth Bombara and Kit Hamon perform at the St. Louis Secret Sound Festival

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