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Last Gnome Standing

Great live music, cold drinks, craft cocktails, delicious Cajun food, and amazing atmosphere. 21 and up. $10 cover from 8-12. Last Gnome Standing will headline the night's entertainment from 830-1230. Click link below to purchase your table reservation today through Eventbrite.

Venue Details

  • The Attic Music Bar

    4247 S. Kingshighway, 2nd floor, St. Louis St. Louis - South City


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