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Islands show on March 19 at Off Broadway in scenic south St. Louis 

Indie rock favs and Montreal-based Islands gently rocked the crowd at Off Broadway March 19. Check out the sights of the concert in our photo slideshow.
Montreal indie band Islands headlined a show March 19 at Off Broadway in south St. Louis.
A flier for the gig.
Opening band Pomegranate doing a sound check before doors open at 8 p.m.
A fan enters just as the venue opens.
A constant trickle of people eventually filled the entire floor.
Tom Collier, far left, and a friend share a laugh while waiting for the music to start and their pizza to arrive.
A few show-goers enjoy a view front the top, taking advantage of Off Broadway’s loft-like layout.
Josh Kufeldt, bassist for Pomegranate.
Before forgetting the name of St. Louis’ most famous landmark, guitarist Joey Cook compared our riverfront to the beach, as he introduced the Pomegranates’ song “Southern Ocean.”
Maddie Eldridge and Matt Leach take a seat outside for some fresh air in between bands.
Nicole Peterson, right, accompanies some friends for a smoke break. This is the second time this week Peterson has seen Islands live, the first being in Columbia, Mo. at The Blue Note.
Movin' units at the Islands' merch table.
The Islands set started out mellow, but steadily progressed to an upbeat repertoire.
Alex Chow and Sebastian Chow (no relation).
Set list written on a napkin.
Islands fans were feelin' it.
Islands frontman Nicholas Thornburn donned a St. Louis Blues hat during the band’s entire encore. Hat on loan, provided by audience member Kurt Boecker.
Montreal indie band Islands headlined a show March 19 at Off Broadway in south St. Louis.
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