Snoop Dogg with special guest Warren G is coming to St. Charles on Saturday, April 23rd to the Family Arena. The artist is coming through with his “I Wanna Thank Me” tour, as well as celebrating his most recent album Back on Death Row. While many fans are still reeling from the epic performance at this year’s […]
The Chief was in the house on Saturday night at Enterprise Center. While it was cold outside, Church kept the heat coming during his three-hour marathon show aptly titled, “Gather Again Tour.” While the show started 75-minutes late, which has become Church’s routine, the crowd didn’t seem to mind as Chief strolled out onto the […]
It’s a big month for St. Louis music fans. Shows for fans of all genres are hitting the area this month. Kicking things off this coming weekend will be New Edition at the Enterprise Center on March 11. Tickets are still available for the classic R&B group. The very next night, country music superstar Eric […]
Sponge has been a fixture on the alternative rock music scene since 1992. The Detroit-based band is led by front man Vinnie Dombroski. Sponge burst onto the scene with the debut-album ‘Rotting Pinata,’ a record that sold over 1 million copies. The band followed up ‘Pinata’ with ‘Wax Ecstatic,’ a darker and harder hitting effort […]
Thursday night, The Beach Boys and John Stamos played The Factory in Chesterfield. John was celebrating his birthday by performing with one of his favorite bands, which he has done on and off since 1985. Here are some photos from the evening.
Saturday evening, Lindsey Stirling brought her North American Artemis Tour to a crowded Saint Louis Music Park. Here are photos from the electric event.
Andrew Copeland of Sister Hazel answered some questions for ReviewSTL ahead of their show this Saturday at River City Casino and Hotel. Covering topics from the life of a musician during the pandemic, to some of the amazing charities the band participates in, and what is in store for fans with their upcoming show, a […]
The Foo Fighters played to a sold-out Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre on Tuesday night. The band played all their hits and some new material to the raucous crowd. Radkey opened the show.
Ahead of their performance this weekend, opening up the 2021 concert season at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Maryland Heights, Kevin Gagnepain, Bassist for the group, did a Q and A with ReviewSTL. What can fans expect from your show this weekend? It’s an El Monstero concert … so the production will be big. It’s […]