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Live Concerts Return to Powell Hall

Live Concerts Return to Powell Hall

Zoë Butler November 9, 2020

As I stepped away from the rain and cold waiting outside and into Powell Hall, I felt an overwhelming amount of warmth. The entryway, which, according to an usher, was modelled after the Palace of Versailles,...

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One Direction’s Long-Awaited Reunion is Happening

Aman Rahman, Staff Writer May 1, 2020

With a confirmed One Direction reunion in the process, fans across the world are overjoyed for their comeback.    Following the devastating reaction to the band’s decision to go on a hiatus...

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The Lumineers Illuminated St. Louis

Celia Searles, Arts Editor February 19, 2020

Thousands of fans poured in to the Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis on Wednesday, Feb. 5 for a night of sing-along with the American folk band, The Lumineers. They played an impressive 23 songs...

Tyler, The Creator Causes an “EARFQUAKE” at SLU

Tyler, The Creator Causes an “EARFQUAKE” at SLU

Aman Rahman, Contributor October 18, 2019

On Friday, Oct. 4, Tyler, The Creator brought energy, electricity and excitement to St. Louis for his concert, here at the Chaifetz Arena.  Opening for him that night was the rapper GoldLink and the...

Standing-Room-Only Concerts: Tips and Tricks

Standing-Room-Only Concerts: Tips and Tricks

Jack Johnston, Staff Writer October 18, 2019

Standing-room-only concerts are a great option for college students. They usually offer cheaper tickets, are located in intimate venues and allow people to interact with others. These events do have pros...

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St. Louis is Burnin’ Up After Jonas Brothers Concert

Grace Wilken, Contributor September 18, 2019

Nick, Joe and Kevin took St. Louis on a trip back to the late 2000s this past Saturday night with their “Happiness Begins” tour. All fans, new and old, joined together to wish the brothers a warm welcome...

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Tropical F*** Storm Was A Total F*** Storm – And That’s A Good Thing

Daniel Bernas, Contributor September 18, 2019

“This is our first Friday night in St. Louis,” announced Erica Dunn of Tropical F*** Storm after an electrifying performance of the title track from the band’s new record “Braindrops.” The quartet,...

Photo Courtesy of Son Little.

Son Little Brings More “New Magic” to St. Louis

Sarah Steen, Contributor September 18, 2019

It was a steamy night on Wednesday, Sept. 11, but the chilled tunes and calm presence of R&B and soul artist Son Little cooled down the evening for an intimate audience in Blueberry Hill’s famous...

Morris Blurs the Lines of Country

Morris Blurs the Lines of Country

Madisyn Siebert, Associate Arts Editor July 16, 2019

A packed venue, made up mostly of women, lots of cowboy boots and a few cowboy hats were found to be awaiting Maren Morris for her sold-out show on May 9.  She came with energy to spare as she rocked...

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Aly & AJ gave audiences a rush

Leianna Tanedo, Staff Writer May 15, 2019

I frantically ran into Delmar Hall, still in my scrubs from clinical, scrambling to find a good place to stand. Where do you even stand for an artist you’ve loved for fourteen years? “Into the Rush”...

Photo Courtesy of Danny Clinch.

CHVRCHES Effortlessly is Extraordinary

Madisyn Siebert, Associate Arts Editor May 15, 2019

CHVRCHES stopped in St. Louis at The Pageant for their Love Is Dead tour on May 1st and were welcomed by a sold out crowd. The band entered to a group of flashing lights setting the tone for the rest of...

Photo Courtesy of Savanah Seyer.

SWMRS make a splash in St. Louis

Savanah Seyer, Staff Writer May 2, 2019

On Tuesday, April 24, indie rock band SWMRS played a show at St. Louis concert venue The Ready Room. The band of childhood friends from Oakland, CA, delighted fans with a show that sped along at breakneck...

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