This Saturday and Sunday, September 6 and 7, more than 30 bands will perform in the basement of Empire Hall in south St. Louis for Pü Fest. The line-up, comprised of acts from all over the country, highlights the abrasive underbelly of American music in 2014. Despite its tongue-in-cheek name, Pü ... More >>
Have you ever noticed how you can't spell "Cherokee" without "Cher?" Well, someone did because tomorrow on Cherokee Street, folks will attempt to break the world record for the most Cher impersonators at once. If that prospect doesn't excite you, not to worry -- there are plenty of other options to ... More >>
"I don't think we could've come up with a better name," says Pü Fest curator Pat Boland. "We tried. We tried really hard." "It rhymes with the first syllable of Louis, which is our city," adds festival co-organizer Mike Herr. "It's funny. You know LouFest. And now there's Pü Fest." Local concert ... More >>
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