2020 Concert Calendar

When and where to see artists perform in St. Louis

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2020 Concert Calendar

Panic! At the Disco concert on February 5, 2019.

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Panic! At the Disco concert on February 5, 2019.

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With a new year comes new music, and in this line-up, there are many options for people to find a concert to enjoy with their friends and family. From small venues to huge arenas, there will be something for everybody in this 2020 Concert Calendar.

February
Post Malone returns to St. Louis on February 8 for his Runaway Tour. The first time Post Malone was in St. Louis was in 2017 on his Stoney Tour when he played for 1500 people at Pop’s Nightclub and Concert Venue. Now, he is playing at Enterprise Center for about 15,000 fans. The “Rockstar” singer will be accompanied by Swae Lee followed by Tyla Yaweh as his openers. Post Malone’s setlist features some of his hit songs such as “Better Now,” “Congratulations,” and “Sunflower,” according to setlist.fm.

“He collaborates with a lot of super cool artists and his music is really catchy and gets stuck in my head,” junior Abby Doria said.
March
Billie Eilish will perform in St. Louis for the first time on March 28 at the Enterprise Center. Her “Where Do We Go? World Tour” has the eighteen-year-old traveling to cities all over the world such as Amsterdam, Berlin, Manchester, and Paris. The “Bad Guy” singer has sold out 35 of her 48 tour dates that have been released, including St. Louis, according to her website, billieeilish.com.

“I love the style of [Eilish’s] music,” sophomore Emily Wagner said. “It’s so different but in the best way possible. It also helps me calm down if I feel stressed out.”
April
“Let You Down” singer, NF performs at the Chaifetz Arena on April 11. 2020 marks the 10 year anniversary of NF’s, or Nate Feuerstein’s debut album, “Moments.” Feuerstein will be performing some of his hits as well as songs from his newest album, “The Search,” according to setlist.fm.

“I love NF because I can relate to almost every song when I listen to the words,” sophomore Amalia Cordingley said. “At a lot of concerts that I go to, the artists always break and tell us about their background, or why they wrote a certain song, so that would be a lot of fun because a lot of their songs have a really good meaning to it.”
July
On July 17, country singer Thomas Rhett’s “Center Point Road Tour” will make a stop at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater. Rhett is touring in support of his fourth studio album of which the tour is named after. The setlist and opening act have yet to be officially released\; however, fans can look forward to hearing most of the songs from his most recent album as well as “T-Shirt” and “Look What God Gave Her,” according to concerty.com.

Harry Styles is bringing “Love On Tour” in 2020. This will be Style’s second tour since changing directions and starting his solo career. On July 21 the “Sign of the Times” singer will be performing songs from his newest album, “Fine Line” at the Enterprise Center in downtown St. Louis. The encore will also include “What Makes You Beautiful” by his former band, One Direction, according to stadiumhelp.com.

On July 25, Halsey visits the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater for her “Manic Tour”. Halsey will be joined by “blackbear” and “PVRIS” as her opening acts. The “Without Me” singer will perform songs from her recently released “Manic” album.

“I like that [Halsey] is very open and opinionated about all the right stuff,” sophomore Ava Santoscoy said. “She truly cares about her fans’ well beings. I like her music because the lyrics accurately explain how life is like for some.”
August
The “Matchbox Twenty 2020 Tour” will be the next to arrive in St. Louis on August 19 at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater. Although Matchbox Twenty hasn’t released an album since 2012, their frontman, Rob Thomas, released his fourth solo album in 2019. Fans can expect to hear a couple of Thomas’s songs off of his solo albums as well as the band’s biggest hits like “Unwell” and “If You’re Gone,” according to setlist.fm.

Shortly after the release of their single “Memories,” Maroon 5 announced their return to the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on August 29. Along with their new release, the setlist is expected to include some of the band’s biggest hits such as “Sugar” and “Moves Like Jagger,” according to concerty.com. Meghan Trainor will also be joining them on tour as their opening act.
September
St. Louis will welcome Dan + Shay at the Enterprise Center on September 18 for “The (Arena) Tour.” The “Speechless” singers have yet to announce their opening act\; however, their setlist will include songs such as “Tequila” and “10,000 Hours” as well as other songs from their self-titled album, according to setlist.fm.

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February
The Lumineers at the Enterprise Center on February 5
King Princess at The Pageant on February 13
American Authors, Magic Giant, and PUBLIC at The Pageant on February 15
Grace Potter at The Pageant on February 20
Little Big Town the Fabulous Fox Theatre on February 20
Falling in Reverse at The Pageant on February 23

March
Fitz and the Tantrums at The Pageant on March 3
Zac Brown Band at the Enterprise Center on March 12
TobyMac at the Enterprise Center on March 14
Dermot Kennedy at The Pageant on March 16
Thunderhead at The Pageant on March 21
Big Gigantic at the Pageant on March 25
Railroad Earth at the Pageant on March 28

April
Pearl Jam at Enterprise Center on April 4
Dance Gavin Dance the Pageant on April 11
Walk Off The Earth at The Pageant on April 16
Beth Hart at The Pageant on April 25
Eden at The Pageant on April 29
Beach Bunny at Blueberry Hill Duck Room on April 29

May
Brian Culbertson at The Pageant on May 2
Justin Willman at The Pageant on May 9
The 1975 at the Enterprise Center on May 14
The Mavericks at The Pageant on May 15
Elevation Nights at Enterprise Center on May 31

June
Chicago with Rick Springfield at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on June 23
Ozzy Osbourne at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on June 24
Journey with the Pretenders at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on June 26

July
Louis Tomlinson at The Pageant on July 7
Elton John at the Enterprise Center on July 7
Justin Bieber at the Enterprise Center on July 13
Alanis Morissette at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on July 18
Tame Impala at the Enterprise Center on July 19
Bon Jovi at the Enterprise Center on July 23
Foreigner at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on July 26

August
The Doobie Brothers at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on August 14
Black Crowes at Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on August 23

September
Rod Stweart at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheater on September 2

December
Falling in Reverse at The Pageant on December 3
Christian Nathan at The Pageant on December 6