Wednesday, September 16, 2009

PLAY: stl Music Festival Starts Tomorrow

Wristbands are only $15 and that icludes a free burrito from Chipotle, and a free Schlafly beer. Mmmmmm... beer.
Thursday night features the Antlers. Here they are performing for the politically correct NPR listeners. It's almost 20 minutes, so pull up a chair and relax:

The place to be on Friday is at Cicero's, The Life and Times, Republic Tigers, and more:
7:15 p.m. | Starlume | Springfield, Mo. | alt/indie
8:10 p.m. | The Orbz | St. Louis, Mo. | wave
9:05 p.m. | The Life and Times | Kansas City, Mo. | indie rock
10:05 p.m. | The Makeshift Gentlemen | St. Louis, Mo. | wave/dance
11:00 p.m. | The Republic Tigers | Kansas City, Mo. | indie rock
12:00 a.m. | One Lone Car | St. Louis, Mo. | pop/rock
Here's the Republic Tigers, doing the song "Made Concrete":
the Republic Tigers - Made Concrete

There are many STL bands sharing stages, and it's a great time to hear some new bands, and others that you've been meaning to check out. See you there.


Pixel Pusher said...

I'm so bummed I'm not around town this weekend - I'm missing The Otto Modest tonight, Jonathan Coulton on Saturday, all of play:stl, and the Books on Sunday.

I mean, seriously. Come on.

Dano said...

That's because STL is a darn fine music town. I'm sure you'll be someplace fun, though.