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St. Louis’ concert game is strong this spring and summer. Pick and choose? Or, YOLO?

by Danya Artimisi

In the past, many people have been very vocal about how St. Louis has been snubbed when it comes to being left off the list of stops on many of the top headlining tours.

This year, there is no shortage of huge concert tours from which to choose.

Throw in the possibility and hopes of another run at Lord Stanley, as well as everyone’s family, summer tradition: attending Cardinals games, and you’re either missing out on some serious experiences by being conservative with your money or blowing your wad on anything you want because, well, you only live once.  That’s what credit cards are for, right?

Here is a list of St. Louis’ biggest tours for spring and summer 2020.

**Note: I said: Biggest.  Not all.  Not your favorite.  Not the ones ‘you’ are looking forward to.  Not the ones I am looking forward to.  If that were the case, Foreigner would totally be on that list.  I digress.

3/12 @ Enterprise Center: Zac Brown Band w/ Amos Lee, Poo Bear and Sasha Sirota

4/4 @ Enterprise Center: Pearl Jam

5/9 & 5/10 @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre: Pointfest Weekend

5/15 @ TBD: Brooks & Dunn

6/13 @ Busch Stadium: Kenny Chesney, Florida Georgia Line, and Michael Franti + Spearhead

6/24 @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre: Ozzy Osbourne w/ Marilyn Manson

6/25 @ Busch Stadium: Motley Crue / Def Leppard / Poison / Joan Jett

7/7 @ Enterprise Center: Elton John

7/19 @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre: Alanis Morrisette w/ Garbage and Liz Phair

7/23 @ Enterprise Center: Bon Jovi w/ Bryan Adams

8/1 @ TBD: Jason Aldean

8/23 @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre: The Black Crowes

9/2 @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre: Rod Stewart w/ Cheap Trick

9/24 @ TBD: Tim McGraw

I’ll see you there.  I’ll be the one wearing the big camera.


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Danya is a music junkie and an accomplished producer and writer. With over 20 years in the music and media industry, she worked in St. Louis radio as an on-air talent for 16 years, in television as a writer/producer/assignment editor at KMOV-TV, and started her own podcast at Radiodanya.com showcasing St. Louis’ local music scene, is currently the host of
Arch City Live and is an on-air talent on 105.7 The Point. She received her Bachelor Degree from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville and her Masters Degree from Saint Louis University. In addition to contributing to Arch City Media, she is a writer/editor/photographer for an online publication dedicated to documenting live shows throughout the U.S.: The Spectatour: We Spectate, We Tour. Aside from music’s spectrum of genres, she is also an avid hockey, baseball, and soccer fan.

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