The Luminary Center for the Arts weren't kidding about their "big" announcement yesterday--Of Montreal is the biggest act they've ever booked. The show is July 4th, so while the rest of the nation is celebrating our dubious democracy and the 2nd amendment, we'll be observing our freedom at the most flamboyant dance party of the summer. Doom kids Tombs might bring metal back to the masses, the underground power trio play metal sanctuary Fubar on June 14. Fair St. Louis announced the line-up for it's Fair St. Louis Foundation's Celebrate St. Louis Summer Concerts series (yeah, that's a lot less confusing than Live on the Levee, jerks)--Barenaked Ladies, Bell Biv DeVoe, Gavin DeGraw and Keb' Mo'.
2720 Cherokee Mochipet, May 20
Apop Records Plates, May 24
Cicero's The Foot, May 27
The Firebird Blitzen Trapper, July 23 Cults, August 3 Fucked Up, July 1 Liturgy, July 10
The Fox Theatre Carlos Santana and the Santana Band, September 6
Fubar Biffy Clyro, May 22 The Carrier, May 24 Converge, May 31 Destruction of a King, June 7 Foundation, June 3 Fubar Metalfest IV with Forbidden, White Wizard and more, June 26 The Human Abstract, June 5 I Declare War, June 4 Scarlett O'Hara, June 27 Tombs, June 14
Gateway Arch Barenaked Ledies, July 23 Bell Biv DeVoe, July 15 Gavin DeGraw, July 16 Keb' Mo', Jule 22
Luminary Center for the Arts Of Montreal, July 4
Old Post Office Plaza Oberhofer, June 4
Off Broadway Josh Ritter and the Royal City Band, July 22 Whitey Morgan and the 78s, May 30
Old Rock House Alejandro Escovedo & the Sensitive Boys, June 5 Archeology, July 11 Carbon Leaf, July 13 The Damnwells, October 5 Kaki King, June 27 Marc Broussard, August 3 Mike Zito, July 11
The Pageant Pretty Lights, July 14
Sheldon Concert Hall Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, March 29, 2012 An Evening with Sam Bush, October 7 Sylvia McNair, June 14 Wynton Marsalis and Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, September 30
The Warehouse Arrington De Dionyso's Malaikat Dan Singa, June 3
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