The Old Rock House will no longer charge minors and additional $2 at shows, effective July 1st. Owner Tim Weber notes that the fee is nonexistent in most markets around the country, and in a release we received moments ago says, "In this economy and in this age where a new entertainment optio ... More >>
As promised last week in the post about the Old Rock House's revamped booking, here is the venue's initial 2010 schedule. (A few other concerts have popped up on Pollstar for the venue, but they haven't been confirmed yet, so we'll only go with the official dates sent to us from booker Tim Weber.) ... More >>
Annie ZaleskiThe Old Rock House (1800 South 7th Street) opened in July 2007. Since then, the multi-level club/restaurant has hosted a diverse array of live concerts, events and performances. However, the venue has big plans for 2010 and beyond. Starting February 1, Tim Weber, who booked the ... More >>
Last weekend a Facebook fan page sprang up for Mississippi Nights, which St. Louisans recall as the much-beloved Laclede's Landing venue that closed in January 2007. Hinting that the venue will reopen in 2010, the page advertised $2,500 "VIP packages" that would net a buyer free tickets, premium par ... More >>
Fabled concert venue Mississippi Nights closes its doors for now.
www.factorybelt.net The end of an era? After months of speculation and rumor, it can finally be said: Mississippi Nights, a concert club favorite since 1979, will close its doors after one last jam session takes place on Friday, January 19. But the popular venue at 914 North First Street may l ... More >>
The year that was 2006 in the St. Louis music scene
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