Dave Matthews Band to Eat Local & Organic in St. Louis

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Tomorrow, Dave Matthews Band is coming back to St. Louis for the bazillionth time, and we were wondering, what will they eat? When they're in the Midwest, DMB will be getting fresh, locally sourced food from Green BEAN Delivery.

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Run by husband and wife Matt Ewer and Elizabeth Blessing, the Indiana-based company is an online delivery service that provides regionally produced organic and natural food to St. Louis, as well as Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky; Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus, Ohio; and Anderson, Muncie, Fort Wayne, and Indianapolis, Indiana.

Green BEAN Delivery will provide DMB with food from Heartland Creamery (1-877-484-2269) in Newark, Missouri, Buttonwood Farm (314-402-6756) in California, Missouri and Companion Bake House (8143 Maryland Avenue, Clayton, 314-721-5454). They'll also get some regional foods from Indianapolis and Cincinnati.

Continue for Dave's ties to organic fare.

Location Info


Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

I-70 & Earth City Expwy., Maryland Heights, MO

Category: Music

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David Goldstick
David Goldstick

Pleasant story but since when is human feces a food? "The band hasn't always had such a good relationship with food -- in case you forgot, they were once sued for allegedly dumping around 800 pounds of shit from their tour bus on some unsuspecting Chicagoans out for a boat ride. "

Jeff Furlow
Jeff Furlow

Don't like his music but nothing wrong with eating local.

Craig Mitchell
Craig Mitchell

I listen to plenty of bands and genres, and managed record stores in college. Having stated my somewhat murky qualifications, I fail to understand how people can listen to, and enjoy, what I think may well be the most boring, and most popular unremarkable band in musical history: The Dave Mathews Band.

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