Concerts coming to St. Louis this week

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MEGAN COURTNEY A&E Editor

Another week of big names rolling through St. Louis. With artists such as Thirty Seconds to Mars, Jesse McCartney and more, there’s sure to be an artist for every music taste this week.

1. Thirty Seconds to Mars: 105.7 The Point Big Summer Show
Monday, July 9
6 p.m.
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

 Jared Leto played The Joker in the 2016 film “Suicide Squad,” but he is also the frontman for Thirty Seconds to Mars. The band has won numerous awards throughout the years and prove to still be going strong, as they released an album earlier this year by the name of “AMERICA.”

Other artists in attendance include WALK THE MOON, famous for songs like “Shut Up and Dance” and “Anna Sun.”

Tickets begin at $29.50 for general admission lawn seating or $18.75 apiece if purchased in bundles of four and tickets for reserved seating begin at $30. Tickets can be purchased online through Live Nation or through the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre box office. Box office hours can be found on the event page.

2. The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore
Tuesday, July 10
7 p.m.
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Kesha has come out strong on the other side with everything she has been through and it shows in her more recent music, especially in her 2017 album “Rainbow.”

Macklemore became an almost overnight sensation with songs such as “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us.” With over 10 million monthly listeners, Macklemore is still going strong.

Tickets begin at $30.50 for both general admission lawn and reserved seating or $18.75 apiece if purchased in bundles of four and can be purchased online through Live Nation or through the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre box office. Box office hours can be found on the event page.

3. Jesse McCartney
Tuesday, July 10
8 p.m.
Delmar Hall

Everyone’s favorite teenage heartthrob is making his way back to St. Louis. His song “Beautiful Soul,” proves to be his biggest hit with over 89 million plays on Spotify. McCartney’s 2014 album “In Technicolor” was one of Spin Magazine’s top pop albums of 2014.

Tickets are sold out on Ticketmaster, but resale tickets for this event are available on StubHub by clicking here. Tickets may be priced higher than face value.

4. Imagine Dragons: EVOLVE TOUR
Wednesday, July 11
7 p.m.
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

With songs such as “Thunder” and “Radioactive,” Imagine Dragons know how to put on a show that is entertaining and full of energy. The band currently have over 35 million listeners on Spotify and put out an album in 2017 called “EVOLVE,” which features the songs “Believer” and “Whatever It Takes.”

Tickets for the show are nearly sold out, but tickets for general admission standing room only are priced at $163.50 and tickets for reserved seating begin at $94. To view all ticket options or to purchase verified resale tickets, visit the ticketing page on Live Nation by clicking here.

5. Janelle Monáe – Dirty Computer Tour
Wednesday, July 11
8 p.m. 
The Pageant

Janelle Monáe’s sound is described as “retro-futuristic wrapped in theatrical sound concepts” on her Spotify page. She is most associated with genres such as soul, funk, hip-hop and R&B. Monáe’s most recent album “Dirty Computer” came out earlier this year and features artists such as Pharrell Williams.

Tickets are $46 and can be purchased online through Ticketmaster or through Suite 100 at The Pageant. All tickets purchased in person with cash at Suite 100 will be discounted to face value. Hours for Suite 100 can be found on The Pageant’s website. There is a $2 minor surcharge.

6. Remo Drive
Thursday, July 12
8 p.m.
Duck Room at Blueberry Hill

Remo Drive was formed by brothers Erik and Stephen Paulson while both were in high school. They were inspired by “older kids who smoked weed” and “listened to Title Fight,” according to their Spotify page. The brothers put out an EP earlier this year titled “Pop Music” which features three songs.

Tickets are $13 and can be purchased online through Ticketmaster or in person at the venue. All tickets purchased in person with cash will be discounted to face value. There is a $2 minor surcharge.

7. Chris Stapleton
Friday, July 13
7 p.m.
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

Chris Stapleton rose to fame after his 2015 debut album “Traveller” gained popularity, but before that, he was a professional songwriter. He wrote songs with George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Luke Bryan.

Stapleton’s show is getting close to selling out, but tickets for reserved seating begin at $89.75 and can be purchased online through Live Nation or through the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre box office. Box office hours can be found on the event page. Verified resale tickets can also be purchased on the event page.

8. Rob Zombie & Marilyn Manson: Twins Of Evil
Saturday, July 14
7 p.m.
Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

In addition to being involved with music, Rob Zombie has spent his time working as a bike messenger and even as a production assistant for the children’s TV series, Pee Wee’s Playhouse. Zombie’s 2013 album, Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, was his lowest selling album even though it placed on the Billboard Top Ten chart.

Described as an iconic rock frontman on Spotify, Marilyn Manson was a “mainstream antihero” in the 90s before settling down into the role of “goth elder statesman” during the 2000s. His new role came with a “matured blues-rock reinvention.”

Tickets for general admission lawn seating are $29.50 or $22.25 if purchased in bundles of four and tickets for reserved seating begin at $29.50 and can be purchased online through Live Nation or through the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre box office. Box office hours can be found on the event page.

9. Matthew Sweet
Saturday, July 14
8 p.m.
Delmar Hall

Crossing between the lines of pop and alternative rock, Matthew Sweet knew how to mix catchy melodies and make his songs rock all at once. Sweet released an album earlier this year called “Tomorrow’s Daughter.”

Tickets are $22 and can be purchased online through Ticketmaster or through Suite 100 at The Pageant. All tickets purchased in person with cash at Suite 100 will be discounted to face value. Hours for Suite 100 can be found on The Pageant’s website. There is a $2 minor surcharge.

10. moe.
Sunday, July 15
8 p.m.
The Pageant

The members of moe. got their start by playing old college bars in upstate New York by blending Americana and “clever” songwriting. The band also hosts its own music festivals by the names of moe.down and snoe.down, both of which are located in upstate New York.

Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online through Ticketmaster or through Suite 100 at The Pageant. All tickets purchased in person with cash at Suite 100 will be discounted to face value. Hours for Suite 100 can be found on The Pageant’s website. There is a $2 minor surcharge.

For a complete selection of concerts, sporting events and more, visit Ticketmaster’s website. Be sure to check back next week for more concerts coming to St. Louis.

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Megan is our on-staff entertainment master. Music is her passion, and she makes sure to bring you the best entertainment news. Our super senior Megan is a long-time employee at Sam's Club outside of school and is a Member Service Cashier. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Lindenwood Community of Odyssey. When she's not whipping up concert or album reviews, you can catch her hanging out in the LARC which is her favorite spot on campus.