Ten Best Non-Mardi Gras Things To Do This Weekend in St. Louis: March 4 to 6
This weekend kicks off the drunkest time of the year in St. Louis -- yes, it's Mardi Gras, the precursor to the days-long St. Patrick's Day celebration. All of the Mardi Gras listings and action is here. Some of the shows coming to town are here. And below, ten more events at which you won't be asked to flash your boobs (we think).
Amy Petty CD Release @ The Chapel
Amy Petty, a smoky New Hampshire singer-songwriter who works with the local company Red Pill Entertainment, is holding a CD release show for her lovely album, House of Doors, tonight. 8 p.m. $10.
Anna Vogelzang @ Foam
The music blog I Went to a Show is sponsoring this show, and describes the Madison, Wisconsin-based Vogelzang as a "singer-songwriter and guitar-banjo extraordinaire." 7:30 p.m. With Beth Bombara, Syna So Pro, the Lulus. $5.
So Many Dynamos, US English EP Release @ Firebird
So Many Dynamos do a rare live show; I'm told to expect "five new jams" from the band. US English, which released the Used Future EP on Monday, is also playing. With Bo and the Locomotive. 8:30 p.m. $8 to $10.
Dan Deacon @ The Gargoyle
The Baltimore beatwrecker returns. With Fake Brad and Ra Cailum. 9 p.m. $10 general public, Wash U students free with ID.
Monsters of Bass Tour @ Koken Art Factory
Be sure to have your earplugs -- and your dancing shoes -- when MartyParty, Freq Nasty and Opiuo bring the bass. With Serious Lee. 9 p.m. $17 at the DOOR
$3 surcharge for minors.