Dropping by Vintage Vinyl before their sold-out show with The Shins later on that evening, Tennis played for a sizable Friday afternoon crowd at the store. Combined with some great complimentary beers from Schlafly, it made for a great start to the weekend.
The Austin psych band, The Black Angels, came to town a day early for their show at Delmar Hall, so the crew spent the Sunday afternoon doing some record shopping and meeting fans at Vintage Vinyl.
Unfortunately the Outcry Tour didn’t come through St. Louis this year, but I was lucky enough to be in Charlotte last week to catch the stop there at the Bojangles Coliseum. (Side note, it was also my first time eating Bojangles.)
This year’s edition of the tour featured Jesus Culture, Lauren Daigle and Elevation Worship (playing for their hometown crowd). It was a great night to celebrate the local church and enjoy some pics from the evening.
Not sure why this one got lost in the shuffle, but enjoy these pics from the second sold-out night of Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, featuring Atlas Genius and Night Riots. Thanks to Delmar Hall for hosting this fantastic lineup.
Pokey LaFarge headlined this year’s Record Store Day event at Vintage Vinyl and had a huge crowd spilling out onto Delmar to catch the performance. While the store had a full day of bands, jet lag had me limited to just catching Pokey and the always fun Bruiser Queen.
Happy 3rd birthday to Boost 101.9! The radio station hosted a birthday bash at Concord Church, bringing in Hollyn, Tauren Wells and Christon Gray for the event. Enjoy some highlights from the evening below.
Earlier in the month, the stellar trio of Joseph stopped by Delmar Hall with Kelsey Kopecky for a stellar night of songs.