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Title:
Phillipalooza: A Concert to Fight Lou Gehrig's Disease
When:
Sat 12/08  6:00pm
Where:
Old Rock House - St. Louis
Categories:
KDHX Sponsored , Concerts , Acoustic , Bluegrass , Blues , R&B/Soul/Funk , Rock , Other

Description

Phillip-A-Looza is an annual concert developed as a third party event to raise money for the ALS Association- St. Louis Regional Chapter to help fight Lou Gehrig’s Disease in the St. Louis Metro Area. We are committed to producing an exciting and diverse concert event featuring local and national live music acts to provide attendees with fantastic concert experience while raising money for patient and family support to help fight ALS. $10 admission, all proceeds benefit the ALS Association - St. Louis Chapter. Advance tickets are available online.

This year's lineup:

 

The Hatrick

Big Brother Thunder & The Master Blasters

The Lightning Bottle Band

Stickley and Canan

The Snarky Gargoyles

The Scandaleros

Plaid to the Bone

The St. Louis Hoop Club

Aaron Kamm & The One Drops

Venue

Venue/Location:
Old Rock House   -   Website
Street:
1200 South 7th Street
ZIP:
63104
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO
Country:
Country: us

Description

314-588-0505

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