Friday, May 17, 2013

The Ten Best Shows in St. Louis This Weekend: May 17-19

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Lo-Fi Cherokee 2013 Video Release Party - Friday, May 17 @ Blank Space - VIA | BILL STREETER
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  • Lo-Fi Cherokee 2013 Video Release Party - Friday, May 17 @ Blank Space

It's beautiful out -- what more do ya need? Get out there and see some stuff. There are plenty of excuses to hang out outside including Harvest Sessions and the Webster Grooves Festival. Check out our Out Every Night post from earlier this week to read about great shows over the next few days including Mvstermind's CD Release, Little Big Bangs, the Bo-Keys, Eagles of Death Metal and Shiny Ribs. More after the jump.

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Friday (May 17):

Lo-Fi Cherokee 2013 Video Release Party @ Blank Space 8 p.m. | free Lo-Fo St. Louis had an exhausting, exhilarating day filming 16 bands in everybody's favorite up-and-coming neighborhood. See the results of all the creative collaboration during this debut screening. (MS)

Saturday (May 18):

The Dwight Twilley Band w/ Old Lights @ Off Broadway 8 p.m. | $15-$23 Man, Off Broadway sure is "On Fire" recently with its booking! Do you get it?? Ohhh man. Oh yeah, and local favorite Old Lights opens! (DH)

Harvest Sessions w/ Brothers Lazaroff @ Tower Groove Farmers' Market 10 a.m. | free Hellooo, spring and summer in St. Louis! It's so good to see you. Live music and produce shopping? Don't mind if we do. (See a video of Brothers Lazaroff playing their soul infused roots tunes at least year's market after the jump). (MS)

Movers and Shakers 3 w/ Firedog, Roundheels, Bulletpop, Solo-Zunder, DJ Mikey Wehling @ The Heavy Anchor 9 p.m | $5 The third installation of local music fanatic Daniel Kraus' dance party series includes indie and garage rock sounds. (MS)

REO Speedwagon w/ Styx, Ted Nugent, Mama's Pride @ Verizon Wireless Ampitheater 6 p.m. | $31-$218 Put on your favorite old Trans-Am t-shirt (no, not the one with the sleeves on it) and get blasted drunk in the sun! Fire your crossbows and automatic rifles into the air to celebrate the Nuge's set. After all, it's the American way! (DH)

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