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Louis Kwok

Not even two years since their sold-out show in the basement of Blueberry Hill, the Lumineers returned to a significantly larger audience at Chaifetz Arena.

The third evening of Twangfest 17 ushered in the weekend at Blueberry Hill's Duck Room, with a three-band bill ready to liven up the venue floor.

Marina Diamandis took control of the Pageant as her better-known alias Marina and the Diamonds, delivering a set of addictive dance pop and charming stage presence.

After dimly-lit sets by Paul Devro and Lunice, an animated short played on a screen counting down the arrival of Major Lazer.

Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) treated the Pageant audience to two sets of their electronic-psych sounds, with a stunning light show to match.

Peabody Opera House welcomed the addictive sounds of Passion Pit to the stage on Tuesday night.

Thursday evening, Off Broadway filled with friends, family and new fans as two acts with ties to St. Louis took the stage.

Japandroids guitarist and singer Brian King acknowledged to the audience that the band hasn't stopped through St. Louis frequently enough, and promised an extra-long and energetic set for the sold-out room at the Firebird.

With a full band in tow, A.C. Newman livened up Blueberry Hill on Monday with his smart power pop.

Monday evening at the Pageant became a showcase for the Brick Squad Monopoly, the record label founded by Southern rapper Waka Flocka Flame and his manager, Gucci Mane (who made a surprise appearance).

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