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Friday, April 16, 2010

St. Louis Weekend Concert Calendar: Friday, April 16 to Sunday, April 18

Posted By on Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 7:38 AM

Friday, April 16 *Ben Folds/Matt Pond PA, Chaifetz Arena *Flobots, Webster University *Mint Condition, The Pageant *Cheer-Accident/Conformists/Spelling Bee, Schlafly Tap Room *The Sparkle Rainbow Sunshine Jamboree Benefit, featuring Fattback, Red Headed Strangers, Peck of Dirt, Theodore, Magic City, James Weber Jr., Tenement Ruth, The Felons, Off Broadway *Silent Sound Clash with DJ Motion Potion, 2720 *John Pizzarelli, Jazz at the Bistro *Killah Priest/Blueprint/The 12 to 6 Movement/Preach, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Tef Poe/Tech Supreme, The Gramophone *Jailbox, Vintage Vinyl (6:30 p.m.) *Franklin Felix/Ashborne, In Transit, and Loza, Fubar *Dave Stone, Mangia *Gooding/Brickshy/Paperclips, Cicero's *Art Majors/Hunter Gatherer, Fox Hole at Atomic Cowboy *Bullshed, Lemmons *Kevin Harris/.e, Floating Laboratories *The Mhurs, The Library

Saturday, April 17 *Record Store Day!, various places *Bleeding Through/Born Of Osiris, Sleeping Giant/For The Fallen Dreams/Oceano, Fubar *Vieux Farka Toure/Nomo/In Tall Buildings, Billiken Club *JFK (of MSTRKRFT), Sol Lounge *The Shondes/Paper Dolls/Pretty Little Empire, Off Broadway *Captured! By Robots, Firebird *Jozef Van Wissem and Heresy of the Free Spirit, Open Lot *Tim Reynolds & TR3, 2720 *Tommy Castro Band, Old Rock House *Misguided Education/Phat Pheezy/DJ Sno/J Briggs/Calhoun/Devious/DJ Chilly C, Blueberry Hill's Duck Room *Blah Blah Blah/The Noam Chomskys, The Gargoyle *Magic City/Hooten Hallers, Mangia *Ravenhill, A Fair Compensation, Infiltrate, The Good Earth, September Sunrise, Cicero's *No Holds Bard Birthday Party for Shakespeare, Way Out Club *Tionól, The Sheldon *Udi and His Fellow Villagers, The Gramophone *Blood Pony, The Wedge *Manic Zamboni/Spelling Bee, Lemmons *Dawn Weber's Electro Funk Assembly, Lola


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