Update: David Gray and Primus’ postponed concerts at St. Louis Music Park this summer have found new dates in 2021.
Gray’s July 21 concert moves to July 20, 2021.
Primus’ July 11 concert moves to July 25, 2021.
Tickets for the original 2020 date will be honored at the new date. Those who can’t make the new date or prefer a refund will receive an email with options. If you haven’t received an email, go to point of purchase.
The changes are in wake of the current pandemic.
For more information go to livenation.com/refund.
Original post: Primus” “A Tribute to Kings” show comes to the new St. Louis Music Park on July 11. The band will perform Rush’s classic album “A Farewell to Kings” in its entirety.
Wolfmother and Battles is also on the bill.
Show time is at 7 p.m.
Tickets are $30.50-$66 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at livenation.com and at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre box office.
Primus’ Les Claypool said in a statement: "A little over one year ago, Ler Lalonde and I started kicking the idea around of Primus performing a series of shows featuring an iconic Rush album from our youth. Being that ‘A Farewell to Kings’ was the first Rush record I ever heard, and that it contains my all-time favorite Rush tune, ‘Cygnus X1,’ the choice narrowed quickly. Years ago I had done something similar with Colonel Claypool's Fearless Flying Frog Brigade, when we covered Pink Floyd's ‘Animals’ in its entirety. It was an insane amount of work, but ended up being one of the most enjoyable live endeavors I've ever done. Dubbing the tour 'Primus: A Tribute to Kings,' it was originally scheduled to be performed in the Fall of 2019 but, when we were asked to support Slayer on their Final Campaign, the 'Tribute to Kings' tour was postponed."
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