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A barrage of merchandise tents, non-profits, stages with unfamiliar faces (and names) and active half-pipes is likely to overwhelm even a veteran Warped fan.

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The final night of Celebrate St. Louis featured the Barenaked Ladies and St. Louis' own, Hazard to ya Booty, at Soldier's Memorial Field. 

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Elvis Costello and his band the Imposters allowed the crowd at the Pageant to make the set list for their most recent tour with the Spectacular Spinning Songbook, a wheel-o-chance that offered hand picked fans an opportunity to come on stage and spin the wheel.

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It was an evening of straightforward, acoustically driven rock & roll, with just a hint of nostalgia, when Toad the Wet Sprocket took the stage essay writing service Monday night in the chilly confines of the Pageant.

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A bevy of female vocal talent was on display Wednesday night at the Firebird.  

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Veteran indie rockers Yo La Tengo played to an audience of primarily dedicated fans last night at the Blue Note in Columbia, MO. The show was one of their "wheel spin" shows, wherein the first of two sets was determined by the spin of a wheel.

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The crowd swooned when the Parachute boys came charging from the green room door.

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At 9 p.m., while most St. Louisans were cooling down after a long day in the Show-Me (the Heat) State, many music lovers were just warming up for the She Wants Revenge and Nico Vega concert at the Firebird.

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