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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

InFest STL 4 Hosts 30+ Bands at Four Cherokee Street Venues

Posted By on Tue, Oct 8, 2013 at 6:00 AM


St. Louis' quarterly indie-music and art festival, InFest STL, strikes again on Saturday, October 26. In honor of it being the fourth event in its series, Loyal Family decided to host one day of music across four Cherokee Street venues: 2720 Cherokee, Foam, Blank Space and Melt. Admission to get into all of the venues that day costs a flat rate of $10.

See also: InFest STL 3 Announces Line-Up for Three Days of Music and More at 2720 Cherokee

Each of the 30-plus acts hail from St. Louis, with the exception of one act from Illinois (named the Locals, ironically enough). The event will be Halloween themed, and attendees are encouraged to show up in costume. Wristbands are available at each venue the day of the festival or can be purchased ahead of time via Loyal Family. Follow InFest STL on Facebook. Get the full InFest STL 4 schedule below.

2720 Performing Arts Center 4 p.m.: Hands and Feet 5 p.m.: Fumer 6 p.m.: Magic City 7 p.m.: Acorns to Oaks 8 p.m.: Jordan Pippen Rodman 9 p.m.: The Leopard 10 p.m.: it! 11 p.m.: The Incurables midnight: Mathias & the Pirates

Foam Coffee & Beer 4 p.m.: CharFlies 5 p.m.: The Defeated County 6 p.m.: Cody James 7 p.m.: Melody Den 8 p.m.: The Locals 9 p.m.: Picture Day 10 p.m.: Amen Lucy, Amen 11 p.m.: Red Letter Days midnight: Illphonics

Blank Space 4 p.m.: 32pc Vintage Party Set 5 p.m.: Old Salt Union 6 p.m.: Less 7 p.m: Centipede 8 p.m.: Estevan 9 p.m.: The Difference Engine 10 p.m.: Red Squad 11 p.m.: Zagk Gibbons midnight: Darris Robins

Melt 6 p.m.: Drown Fish 7 p.m.: Obviously Offbeat 8 p.m.: Suzie Cue 9 p.m.: Firedog 10 p.m.: Les Gruff and the Billy Goat 11 p.m.: Bum & Possum Combination midnight: The Future Transhumans


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