Cherub, an electro-indie duo known for their song “Doses and Mimosas,” will take the stage at the Pageant for Social Programming Board’s spring concert Thursday, April 14.
The final SU-approved budget for Social Programming Board includes a fall concert that will be held at the Pageant rather than the Gargoyle, a change intended to attract and accommodate more students while reducing cost per head. Though we commend SPB for taking steps to upgrade its historically underappreciated concert series, we at Student Life are skeptical as to whether this move to the Pageant is the best way to do so.
On a Tuesday eve just days before break, the campus was quiet with everyone tucked away in dorm rooms and library cubicles preparing for fast-approaching final exams. A few doors down on the Delmar Loop, however, the night was far from quiet.
California five-piece Local Natives are making their return to St. Louis on Thursday, April 24. They played Loufest in 2013 and have been continuing their tour in support of last year’s album, “Hummingbird.” They put on a great show at Loufest, so if you missed them then or just want to see them in a more intimate venue, this is the chance.
Who Steve Aoki, with Borgore, Waka Flocka Flame, Felix Cartel, Deorro, and Kryoman Where The Pageant When Thursday, Nov. 7, first opener at 6:30 p.m., headliner at 10:20 p.m. Price $31 in advance, $33.
Thursday night at approximately 9:20 p.m., all of my dreams came true. Regina Spektor walked on stage and took a seat at a beautiful baby grand. Backstory: In 2008, I had tickets to see Regina Spektor at the Tabernacle in Atlanta, Ga., but she rescheduled to the night before I was supposed to take the SAT.
This past Saturday a sold-out crowd crammed into the Pageant to see genre-crossing band AWOLNATION command the landmark stage. The show was part of their “Never Let Your Fear Decide Your Fate” tour in support of their debut album “Megalithic Symphony.