Guitarist John Notto, of rock band Dirty Honey, answered some questions for ReviewSTL ahead of their show October 14that The Pageant alongside Alter Bridge and Skillet. The band, who most recently performed a fantastic set in St. Louis during 2019’s PointFest, is fresh off the release of their self-titled EP as well as their debut […]
Review and photos by Carla Scuzzo. Adam Ant was in good form last night at the pageant in St. Louis Missouri. At 64 years of age, he has retained his rockstar composure and swagger. Hard-core Ant fans I spoke to were thrilled that he remained true to his original persona and sound. However, his vocal […]
By Carla Scuzzo According to reviews from late last year, Adam Ant is back in fighting form and well worth checking out. He’ll be performing his 1982 hit album “Friend or Foe,” along with other fan favorites at The Pageant on Friday, September 6th. General admission tickets are still available but balcony seats are scarce […]
By Hannah Bodenhausen If the name Carly Rae Jepsen still only springs to mind the 2012 mega hit “Call Me Maybe,” I hate to break it to you, but you are way behind the curve. The Canadian singer brought her infectious brand of pop to The Pageant Saturday night to a packed house of fans […]
Comedian Chelsea Handler will bring her “Life Will Be the Death of Me” Sit-Down Comedy show to The Pageant on Friday, July 12. The show will begin at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. For more information visit www.thepageant.com.
Good Charlotte turned The Pageant into a time machine, bringing fans and concert-goers back to the year 2004, where the eye liner was thick, the clothes were blacker than the souls of those who wore them, and safety pins were the accessory of choice. The punk rock band, who have been performing together for over […]
Good Charlotte is back, and they are bringing their “Generation RX” tour to Saint Louis! The show will be at The Pageant on Thursday, May 2. Tickets and more info on the show can be found at www.goodcharlotte.com or www.ticketmaster.com.
Tuesday night, Switchfoot brought their Native Tongue tour to The Pageant to a highly enthusiastic audience. The show kicked off with acoustic opener Tyson Motsenbocker, a California native who brought a charming aspect to the stage as he bounced a couple jokes back and forth off the audience, and even weaving some comedy into his […]
From his tenure as a member of The War On Drugs to his evolution as a virtuoso multi-instrumentalist and collaborator with Courtney Barnett, Kurt Vile has never been easy to pin down. Having spent the last decade honing his craft, expanding his sound and refining his already pretty incredible guitar chops, Vile is always evolving, […]
SWITCHFOOT, fresh off the release of their new studio album “Native Tongue,” will embark on a North American tour of the same name. Only days into their tour, drummer Chad Butler called in to answer a few questions for ReviewSTL on their music and tour, and what St. Louis can expect with their upcoming show […]