Bars, Clubs, Live Music & Nightlife in St.Louis
Did you know there are more working blues musicians in St. Louis
than any place else in the world? And visitors are welcome to pull up a chair,
sit side-by-side with the locals and take it all in - every last mournful,
soulful, you-done-me-wrong note of it.
But wait, there's more. Jazz, Latin, alternative, world beat, techno, rock
and musical styles too new to name. If it's hip, it's on stage in St. Louis'
booming music clubs.
To find out which bands are playing while you're in town,
pick up a copy of The Riverfront Times, available free of charge in the Visitor
Information Centers in Kiener Plaza or at America's Center and in many restaurants,
clubs and public buildings throughout St. Louis. The "Get Out" section of the
Thursday St. Louis Post-Dispatch also carries an up-to-date listing of bands and clubs each week.
Here are just a few:
1301 Washington Ave., St. Louis
The epicenter of the St. Louis club culture.
Voted St. Louis' "#1 dance club" six years by The Riverfront Times readers' poll.
Designated as one of the top six dance clubs in America.
BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups
700 S. Broadway, St. Louis
Nightclub restaurant specializing in St. Louis-style cuisine with St. Louis and national jazz and blues acts.
The Big Bang
807 N. Second St., St. Louis
The most exciting entertainment concept on Laclede's Landing.
A high energy, rock ‘n’ roll, sing-along show.
Open nightly until 3 a.m.