Less Sports, More Music

Jessica
2707 days ago.

Yes, today is the Cardinals Home Opener and yesterday was Game 1 of the Playoff Series for the Blues, but what about those of us who don’t care about sports and need something to do besides watch sports and listen to people talk about sports this weekend….

Have no fear, music is here! I’ve created a list of great St. Louis spots to drown out the loud sports chatter with loud music this weekend. Here they are in no specific order:

Tonight (Friday the 13th)

Off Broadway: Caroline Smith and the Goodnight Sleeps. 9:00pm. Indie-style music. Cost is approx $10

Hammerstone’s: Jeremiah Johnson Band. Winner of 2011 St. Louis Blues Society IBC Challenge. 9:00pm

SqWires: Tom Hall. 5-7pm. Blues/folk music and Usual Suspects. 8-11pm

Beale on Broadway: Ground Floor Band: 8:00pm. Blues/soul/funk.

CrackFox: Super Happy Funtime Burlesque. 9:00pm. A mix of everything. Cost is $15

Saturday, April 14

Old Rockhouse: Euforquestra. 9:00pm. A little bit of everything-reggae, dub, funk, rock and more. Cost is $8

Chaser’s in Chase Park Plaza Hotel: Dave Venn and David Troncoso. 8:00pm. Pianist/jazz

Broadway Oyster Bar: The Trip Daddy’s. 10:00pm. Rock-n-roll

BB’s Jazz: Chainsaw DuPont Blues Band. 10:00pm. Cost is $5

Jazz at the Bistro: Marlena Shaw: 7:30pm. Jazz/soul/R&B. Cost is $30-$35

CrackFox: Giants in the Sky with Estevan and Blackout Summer. 9:00pm. Rock/Alternative. Cost is $7

Carson’s in Soulard: Karaoke. Starts at approx 9:oopm

Washington Avenue (555 Washington): Food, Glorious Food event hosted by Art St. Louis. 6-8pm. The event will have live music courtesy of Jazz St. Louis. There will also be live art, door prizes, and wine courtesy of Stone Hill Winery, Eleven Eleven Mississippi and St. James Winery. Food trucks will be there as well: Falafelwich Wagon, Completely Sauced, The Sausage Syndicate and The Sweet Divine. FREE Event

 

If you know of other great music going on this weekend, let us know!

 

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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