St. Louis Concerts Spark Excitement

Ava Fehrmann, Staff Writer

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Local activities can seem limited, especially during the winter, but with the constant cycle of new and old faces returning to St. Louis stages, there’s an endless amount of new entertainment to enjoy.

 

Big names such as Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry, and Lady Gaga are bringing their talents to the Scottrade Center.  With Ed Sheeran on Sept. 17, Katy Perry on Oct. 22 and Lady Gaga on Nov. 16, fans of pop music will have nonstop entertainment for the months of autumn.

 

The tickets for these shows are ranging anywhere from $56 to $243, depending on seating.

 

Other big names, such as Billy Joel, are drawing larger crowds and filling venues such as Busch Stadium with fans ready for an unforgettable performance.

 

“My parents introduced me to him a few years ago and I’m excited to hear all of his songs,” Sophomore Emily Kloostra said. “And (I’m excited to) be at Busch Stadium because it’s so big.”

 

Despite not performing at large arenas, other names are filling up venues, such as the Pageant and Delmar Hall, which are popular locations for musicians to share their sound.

 

Milky Chance, Jon Bellion and Tyler, The Creator are some of the names ready to make their St. Louis stage appearances at the Pageant this fall, with Tyler the Creator already having a sold out show for November.

 

“(I’m excited for Jon Bellion) because I love his music and meant to go last time he was in St. Louis, but tickets were sold out,” Senior Sarah Dietzen said. “He seems like an interesting person and would probably have a cool concert.”

 

Echosmith is one of the bands taking the Delmar Hall stage, bringing lots of people ready to see the unique show they have planned.

 

No matter the band or the venue, St. Louis stages will be offering a remarkable musical experience.

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St. Louis Concerts Spark Excitement