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Friday, October 3, 2014

The 10 Best Concerts in St. Louis This Weekend: October 3 to 5

Posted By on Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 5:00 AM

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra - Friday, October 3 @ Jazz at the Bistro. - PRESS PHOTO | FRANK STEWART
  • Press Photo | Frank Stewart
  • Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra - Friday, October 3 @ Jazz at the Bistro.

This weekend, check out Grove Fest or the latest FarFetched event for some free fun. In exciting news, Jazz at the Bistro unveils its new expansion. Other concerts to choose from include Pearl Jam, Ringo Starr, an album release party from Bruiser Queen and much more. Read on for our recommendations.

Friday (October 3):

Al Stewart @ Wildey Theatre 8:30 p.m. | $25-$33 Techincally 2014 is the year of the Horse, according to the Chinese Zodiac, but it will be the Year of the Cat in the Wildey on this night. Just go with it. (DH)

Endterim w/ Adult Fur, CaveofswordS, Black James, Scrub Lyfe, Blank Generation, Thelonius Kryptonite @ Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts 7 p.m. | free Hang out at a temporary construction across from the Pulitzer to catch this free FarFetched showcase set against a memorable backdrop. (MS)

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra w/ Wynton Marsalis @ Jazz at the Bistro 7:30 p.m. | $125 Earlier this year, Jazz at the Bistro released plans for a $10 million expansion. This week, it hosts a grand-opening celebration to a sold-out crowd. Visit the Jazz at the Bistro website for a full schedule with plenty of opportunities to check out the new jazz center. (MS)

Pearl Jam @ Scottrade Center 7 p.m. | $69.50 Tell Jeremy we said hi. (MS)

Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band @ The Fox Theatre 8 p.m. | $49.50-$127.50 This incarnation of Ringo's All Starr Band features Todd Rundgren, as well as members of Toto, Mr. Mister, Santana and Journey. Way to pick 'em, Ringo. (MS)

For more options this Friday, consider checking out Macabre at Fubar and Bruiser Queen's album release at Off Broadway. Click on the links for more information via extended previews.

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