Plenty of concerts happen in St. Louis every night, and we try to photograph as many as we can. Each month, we'll look back at photos from the previous month's batch of concert photography and hook you up with a bunch of shots you may have missed. Below, check out our favorite music moments from September 2014, in no particular order.
Note: Though we'd like to, we're unable to send a photographer to every show in any given month.
A reunited Outkast closed out night two of LouFest with a set many are calling "the concert of the year." Matt & Kim, Grouplove, Portugal. the Man and many others also performed:
An incredible light show supported Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation when he visited 2720 Cherokee for a DJ spin:
Die Antwoord put on an insane show of WTFness at the Pageant, including ripped clothes, tongue lashings and haunted lights:
Local act Volcanoes pulled together an utterly complete homage to Rage Against the Machine for the eighth installment of An Under Cover Weekend at the Firebird:
We don't understand you crazy kids and your paint parties, but you sure had a hell of a good time at the Life in Color event at Old Rock House:
OkGo was just one of the bands that said goodbye to summer during 105.7 FM The Point's "Big Summer Show" at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater. Other acts on the bill were Bastille, Capital Cities, J. Roddy Walston & the Business and more:
A whole herd of bagpipers performed for the St. Louis Scottish Games and Cultural Festival. Luckily, no one had to utter comedian Mike Meyer's famous words of "A piper is down."
Arctic Monkeys moved and grooved their way through night one of LouFest, headlining after performances by Cake, the 1975 and more:
Pretty much everyone in our Facebook feed attended the Spoon show at the Pageant. Britt Daniel is so dreamy:
EDM is fun enough, but when you combine neon butterflies with a fabulous DJ at the final Rehydrate pool party of the season, you're pretty much asking for the best time ever:
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