The Ten Best Shows in St. Louis This Weekend: June 28 to 30

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Saturday (July 29):

Caddywhompus w/ All People, Volcanoes, Stonechat, Lions Eat Grass @ Black Space 9 p.m. | $5 Two NOLA bands bring noise pop and progressive punk to the basement of Blank Space, while Volcanoes kicks off a tour all the way to the West Coast to record a new album. Wish 'em a safe trip and hear some melodic sounds. (MS)

St. Louis PrideFest @ Soldiers Memorial Plaza 8 p.m. | free Live entertainment across two days and two stages includes choral performances, visual arts, comedy, aerialists and dance. Taylor Dane headlines on Sunday evening. See the full line-up via the Pride STL website. (MS)

Lovers w/ The Leave Me Be's, Bruiser Queen @ Foam 9 p.m. | $5 Portland's Lovers features a trio of songstresses armed with smooth and snappy pop tunes grounded by keys and beats. The Leave Me Be's from Jackson, Mississippi lend a harder edged contrast with upbeat garage pop. (MS)

Umbrella Blvd. CD Release @ Plush 10 p.m. | $8 Umbrella Blvd releases its new offering at Plush! Check out two tracks from the record here and make sure you bring extra money to pick it up at the show. (DH)

Sunday (June 30):

Neoteric w/ Good Luck at the Hog Slaughter, Heavy Horse @ Livery Company 9 p.m. | $5 Neoteric hails from Massachusetts and plays a sloshy mix of noisy post-hardcore. Look for appropriate support in the form of chordy post-punk and more brutal post-hardcore. (MS)

Nude Beach w/ Dad Jr., Animal Teeth @ The Firebird 8:30 p.m. | $10 Catchy, poppy garage rock. The two songs Nude Beach has on its Bandcamp page have been stuck in my head all week. It's a good thing. (DH)

Note: Though we wish we could, we can't feature every great show happening in town in just one measly post. Peruse the St. Louis concert calendar for more ideas any time. Let everyone know what you're looking forward to seeing this weekend in the comments below, and send show tips any time to [email protected] to be considered for inclusion on these lists.

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