Sharon Van Etten, Radiohead Lead This Week's Show Announcements


Sharon Van Etten.
  • Sharon Van Etten.

You probably haven't heard about this, because it's a pretty big secret and no one is really talking about it, but Thom Yorke and His Merry Men are coming to the Scottrade Center in 2012. Today, the Luminary Center for the Arts announced their first show of The Year We're All Gonna Die, and it is awesome: Sharon Van Etten and the War on Drugs on March 31. Also in this week's announcements: pirate fuckery at Crack Fox from Musical Blades, and a Christian fest at the Family Arena, if you're into that sort of thing.

2720 Cherokee Greyhounds, December 9

Blueberry Hill The Hackensaw Boys, March 3

Crack Fox Musical Blades, November 19

Europe Nightclub Starkillers, December 31

Family Arena Jake Owen, December 14 Winter Jam, January 21

The Gramophone Uncle Lucius, November 19

Lemmons Vacation, November 19

Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center Caution Children, January 31 The Daredevil Christopher Wright, December 9 The Miami Dolphins, December 14

Lola Andy Noble, November 18 Mark De Clive Lowe, November 26

Luminary Center for the Arts Sharon Van Etten, March 31

Old Rock House Girlyman, February 4 Supersuckers, February 10 Tim Reynolds and TR3, December 15

The Pageant Cage the Elephant, December 13 Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven, January 6 JJ Grey and MoFro, January 13 Railroad Earth, January 37 Rebelution, March 23 Staind, December 8 Switchfoot, December 6

Peabody Opera House Il Divo, August 15 Lewis Black, February 3 The Fray, O.A.R., December 3

Pops Blue Moon Vagabond Swing, November 30

Scottrade Center Radiohead, March 9

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