HEY YOU, READ THIS: People seem to habitually gloss over these intro paragraphs and miss the fact that they, too, are filled with picks and suggestions for excellent show-going adventures for the weekend. Don't do that! There is simply too much great music in St. Louis, so we've been trying to make these posts as comprehensive as possible. So, before you tell us about the show we missed, make sure to read these intros! You may be surprised.
This weekend's highlights include the opening of the Mad Magician, performances at PrideFest St. Louis and a new release from Umbrella BLVD.
In addition to the picks below, read about these other great shows we've covered extensively: the US Air Guitar Qualifier, the Whiskey War Festival, Rats & People Motion Picture Orchestra's Record Release, Fall Out Boy, Gustafer Yellowgold, B.E.L.L.A. and Luminary Post Performances.
Friday (July 28):
Indyground w/ Steddy P, DJ Mahf, Brett Gretzky, Luminaries, Baytron @ 2720 Cherokee 9 p.m. | $10 The independent hip-hop collective of Indyground travels from Kansas City to strut their stuff. Indyground all day! (DH)
Unifyah w/ 8604, The 12 to 6 Movement, Mathias and the Pirates @ The Mad Magician 8 p.m. | free/$5 John Mancuso's new venue officially opens to the public with a stellar local line-up. Read about the Mad Magician's mission in our interview with Mancuso from April, and RSVP through the Facebook event page to get in for free. (MS)
Black Oak Arkansas w/ Barewire @ Fubar 8 p.m. | $20-$22 Jim "Dandy" Mangrum and the boys bring delicious Southern rock to Fubar. Black Oak Arkansas had ten charting albums released in the 1970s and over 50 members. Still going today, BOA is an institution not to be taken lightly. (DH)
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