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13 not-to-miss summer concerts

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As the summer grows nearer and the weather gets warmer, many people need ways to fill the time. What’s better than listening to some live music? For those of you who have never been to a live concert or are overwhelmed about all the greats artists coming to Saint Louis this summer, we’ve taken the time to narrow down the list and include dates and prices for tickets. The dates for these concerts range from late April to late August. Enjoy!

Lizzo and Latto

Date: April 25
Cost: $66-150+
Location: Enterprise Center, Saint Louis
Description: They are both singers and rappers. Her most popular song, “About Damn Time,” emerged in 2022. Lattos most popular song is “Big Energy” from 2022.

 

Justin Higuchi, CC BY 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

Sabrina Carpenter

Date: April 30
Cost: $53-$150+
Location: The Factory, Chesterfield
Description: Sabrina Carpenter sings Indie Pop. Her most popular song is “Nonsense” from 2022.

 

Good Kid

Date: May 10
Cost: $22-$75+
Location: The Old Rockhouse
Description: Good Kid is a rock band. Their most popular song is “Mimi’s Delivery Service,” released in 2023.

 

Luke Combs

Date: June 17
Cost: $78-$150+
Location: Busch Stadium, Saint Louis
Description: Luke Combs is a country singer. His most popular song is “Beautiful Crazy” from 2017.

 

Duster

Date: June 21
Cost: Not available yet
Location: Red Flag, Saint Louis
Description: Duster plays indie rock; their most popular song is “Inside Out” from 1998.

 

Charlie Puth and Alexander Stewart

Date: June 22
Cost: $35-$100+
Location: Saint Louis Music Park
Description: They both play pop music. Charlie Puth’s most popular song is “Light Switch” from 2022. Alexander Stewart’s most popular is “Enamorado” from 2018.

 

Snoop Dog and Wiz Khalifa

Date: July 16
Cost: $35-$150+
Location: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, Saint Louis
Description: They both play hip-hop and rap music. Snoop Dog’s most popular song is “Drop It Like It’s Hot” from 2004. Wiz Khalifa’s most popular song is “See You Again” from 2015.

Tulane Public Relations, CC BY 2.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

 

Chris Stapleton

Date: July 20
Cost: $85-$150+
Location: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, Saint Louis
Description:
He plays country music. His most popular song is “Tennessee Whisky” from 2015.

 

The Backseat Lovers

Date: July 22
Cost: $59-$79+
Location: The Factory, Chesterfield
Description: They play rock music. Their most popular song is “Kilby Girl” from 2019.

 

Ricky Montgomery and Cavetown

Date: July 28
Cost: $46-$51+
Location: Saint Louis Music Park
Description: They both play alternative/indie music. Ricky Montgomery’s most popular song is “Line Without A Hook” from 2016. Cavetown’s most popular song is “Devil Town” from 2015.

 

Paramore

Date: July 30
Cost: $57-$150+
Location: Enterprise Center, Saint Louis
Description: Paramore makes alternative and indie music. Their most popular song is “Still Into You” from 2013.

 

Beyonce

Beyonce, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons

Date: August 21
Cost: $50-$150+
Location: The Dome at America’s Center, Saint Louis
Description: She sings pop and R&B. Beyonce’s most popular song is “Cuff It” from 2022.

 

Pentatonix

Date: August 28
Cost: $29-$150+
Location: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, Saint Louis
Description: They do a cappella pop, and their most popular song is “The Sound Of Silence” from 2019.

 

Make sure to get your tickets before they sell out for these fun summer concerts.

 

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Madison Pierce
Madison Pierce, staff reporter
Madison Pierce is a junior at Brentwood High School, and this is her third year writing for The Nest. She has a passion for nature, animals, and art, as well as milkshakes. She is excited to spend her junior year learning photography and hopes to spend more time behind the camera.

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