Ten Best Things to Do in St. Louis This Weekend: January 20 to 22


A benefit to offset Matt Grayson's medical bills will be held tomorrow at Fubar. - RICKY MIDDLESWORTH
  • Ricky Middlesworth
  • A benefit to offset Matt Grayson's medical bills will be held tomorrow at Fubar.

This weekend we're excited about some unusual shows, including collective FarFetched's launch party and Prologue release at 2720 Cherokee and KDHX's benefit on Sunday at Saratoga Lanes. Matt Grayson was involved in a motorcycle accident last fall, and his friends have put together a benefit at Fubar featuring a truly monstrous lineup of local punk and metal mainstays. New records from Superhero Killer and the Vondrukes come out this weekend at Cicero's and Off Broadway, respectively.


FarFetched Launch Party 2720 Cherokee With 18andCounting, Whiteout, Scrub, Standing Sleep, Helen Marie, Blank Generation and more 9 p.m. | Free ($5 suggested donation)

Dots Not Feathers Off Broadway With Palace and Via Dove

Superhero Killer EP Release Cicero's With Big Brother Thunder and The Master Blasters 8:30 p.m. | $10


Matt Grayson Benefit Fubar With 12 SUMMERS OLD, The Disappeared, Ultraman, Better Days, The Scam, Humanoids, Fister, Everything Went Black, Ashes & Iron, The Lion's Daughter, The Fuck Off & Dies 5:30 p.m. | $10 minimum donation

The Vondrukes Album Release Off Broadway With the Lulus and Western Satellite 9 p.m. | $8

Funky Butt Brass Band Plush 9 p.m. | $6

Beth Bombara with Karl Eggers Schlafly Tap Room With the Blind Nils, Ben Sturdevant & Allie Vogler 9 p.m. | Free

Hazard To Ya Booty The Gramophone 9 p.m. | Free with RSVP here.


Bayou Brunches with Tommy Holloran Duo Lola 11:30 a.m.

KDHX Benefit Saratoga Lanes With Falling Martins, Dock Ellis Band, bowling, pool, NFL playoffs and darts 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. | $10 suggested donation ($5 for kids)

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