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Friday, March 5, 2010

St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: Friday, March 5 to Sunday, March 7

Posted By on Fri, Mar 5, 2010 at 8:01 AM

Friday, March 5 *Eric Church/Josh Thompson, The Pageant *Those Darlins, Foam (5 p.m.) *Jill Andrews, Off Broadway (early) *Those Darlins/Flaming Death Trap, Off Broadway *Felix Cartal, Sol *Safety Words/Exercise/Thankful Tree, Firebird *Emily White w/ Casey Bazzell, The Gramophone (early, 8 p.m.) *Water Bears, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum *Broken Bells listening party, Vintage Vinyl, 7 p.m. *Jake's Leg, Cicero's *Plainview EP RELEASE Show with Sumus Vulgus, Morning View Drive, Fubar *Marabella, Riley James & Special Guests, Fubar (lounge) *Devon Allman/Gabriel Strange, The Shanti *The Jenny Kavanaugh Band/Beth Bombara, Schlafly Tap Room *Tok, Soma, Gasrat, The Staircase, Lemmons

Saturday, March 6 *Magnetic Fields, The Pageant *Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears -- CANCELLED; SHOW RESCHEDULED UNTIL JUNE *Funky Butt Brass Band with Mama Rogers, The Gramophone *Furzluft, GreyMarket, Bamboo Shoots, We the Living, Breakdances with Wolves, Cicero's *Makeshift Gentlemen, In Limbo, Mr. History, Fracture Suit, Firebird *I Like Snaps, Firebird (early) *Leslie Sanazaro, Melting Pot *Worst Case Scenario (OH),Search Party For My Xwife, Animated Dead, The Cyanide Party, Decapitated Saints, P.O.W.E.R.T.R.I.P.,+ guests, Fubar *Polarized Mind, Crack Fox *Brown Bottle Fever, Blues City Deli *The Gimmicks, Old Rock House *Make Me Break Me, Devil Baby Freak Show, Lemmons *Middle Class Fashion/ Theodore, Schlafly Tap Room *Gnarly Dogz, On Broadway Bistro *Fumer, Mangia

Sunday, March 7 *100 Monkeys, Old Rock House *100 Monkeys, Vintage Vinyl (acoustic), 1 p.m. *GreyMarket, Vintage Vinyl, 3 p.m. *Traffic Music Awards, The Ambassador *Frontier Ruckus/The Poorhouse Says, Off Broadway *Black Market Peace, Thirst & Howl IV, Cicero's

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