SoulCity Organ Trio will perform June 9 at the Dark Room.
Shania Twain will perform June 4 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre as part of her "Queen of Me Tour."
Malena Smith made her festival debut with her mentor, Brian Owens, at last year's Confluence Festival and returns for a solo set.
Performers include Black Joe Lewis, James McMurtry, Robbie Fulks, Nadine, Amy Levere and Will Sexton, and Waco Brothers.
St. Louis PrideFest is June 24-25 at Soldiers Memorial downtown.
Long before ascending to music royalty, the eight-time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame double inductee was Anna Mae Bullock.
June also includes Dead & Company, Outlaw Music Festival, Shania Twain and Charlie Puth.
Dylan Triplett is returning home to St. Louis for three concerts — at BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups, Joe's Cafe & Art Gallery and Confluence Festival.
Other shows include Shania Twain, Morgan Wallen, Luke Bryan, Luke Combs, Chris Stapleton, Erykah Badu, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Dead & Company and Snoop Dogg.
Janet Evra will perform May 19-20 at Ferring Jazz Bistro.
R&B singer will perform songs from “Southern Hummingbird,” as well as “It’s Me Again” (2005) and “Charlene” (2016).
Live Nation’s Concert Week runs May 10-16.
Sophie B. Hawkins will perform music from her new album, "Free Myself," on tour at City Winery.
Neil Salsich was a member of Kelly Clarkson's team. Clarkson failed to advance him to the live semi-finals.
Jordan Ward, a St. Louis native living in Los Angeles, returns for a sold-out show at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room.
Digable Planets will perform its debut album, "Reachin’ (A New Refutation of Time and Space)."
Brothers Lazaroff are also releasing a mini-documentary about the making of the new "Memphis" album.
Janet Jackson's sold-out show at Enterprise Center was her first St. Louis concert since 2017.
Aerosmith's "Peace Out" tour comes to Enterprise Center on Oct. 26.
“The Voice” playoffs begin May 1 on NBC with St. Louis singer Neil Salsich promising “another really outstanding performance.”
This tour cements Lizzo into the big leagues of concert touring.
Russo & Co. will perform April 28 at the Hawthorn. He's currently working on a new album.
Content by Cissell Mueller Construction Inc. CMCI maintains their reputation for quality and innovation through fostering careers and leveraging cutting-edge technologies.
Content by Ascend. This guide will talk through the steps to buy Ethereum with a debit card, from setting up the card to choosing the right platform for your needs.
Content by Blue Ribbon Group. Experience the soothing benefits of CBD gummies. Infused with quality hemp extract, these delicious treats promote relaxation and wellness in your everyday routine.
Content by Blue Ribbon Group. Looking for the best CBD oil? High-quality, organic CBD oils sourced from premium hemp plants can help support your wellness goals. Try it now!
“The Voice” coach Blake Shelton dropped St. Louis singer Neil Salsich from his team on Monday’s night’s show, but Salsich still lives to see another day on the NBC program.
Other May must-see concerts include Gary Clark Jr., Kamasi Washington, Rickie Lee Jones, Pointfest with Incubus, Digable Planets and Tweet.
Sheldon Concert Hall season will feature the Jayhawks, the Christian McBride & Inside Straight, Pedrito Martinez, Sam Bush Band, Sierra Hull, Brad Mehldau Trio, Black Opry Revue, Béla Fleck, Zakir Hussain, Edgar Meyer and Rakesh Chaurasia, Rhiannon Giddens and more.
East St. Louis native Terreon Gully is one of the headliners at the Greater St. Louis Jazz Festival.
Be.Be the Neosoul performs April 20 at City Winery.
The lineup reflects what one would expect from a world-class music festival, organizers say.
After membership changes over 40 years, classic R&B group is back together for "Legacy Tour" and new music.
Avery Sunshine has a great memory of performing in St. Louis and looks forward to her return.