Derek, Kevin, and Aleya. The guys drove in from Branson, Missouri for the show.
A packed house at The Gargoyle looks something like this.
The Yeasayer show was indeed sold out, and the Edison Box Office indicates there would be 50 tickets available at the door - no mention that they were apparently reserved for students.
A crowd of music fans show their "appreciation" for The Gargoyle's unclear ticket language. They made it into the show after talking to a band member.
Justin and Audra drove in from Evansville, Indiana.
Rachel Cowap, Allisa Early, Audrey Luerding, Sally Walker, "Hickey," Claudia Corzine and Natalie Brzozowski. Oh, and a photo bombing dude in the background.
Brea and James McAnally of local band US English.
Aaron Stovall (of So Many Dynamos).
Yeasayer merchandise - shirts, posters and records.
Two Yeasayer fans, pre-show.
Two intrepid live music fans, pre-show.
A group of Yeasayer fans, pre-show.
Robert Buckley, a Washington University med student, dropped by The Gargoyle for a few hours of live music.
"Yeasayer" or "YesSLAYER"?
Keni Aladesuyi, Michelle Yu and Molly Kaslish pose for a photo minutes before Yeasayer is set to perform.