Fall into music

Concerts to check out this fall.


Emily Grossnicklaus

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Pumpkin spice, haunted houses and pumpkin patches are all in season; all things that make fall… fall. While concerts never go out of season, this fall’s lineup is packed with options.

The following artists will be rocking out in St. Louis this fall:

(The links provided on each artist’s name will direct you to purchasing tickets if applicable.)

Today, Chicago native, Chance the Rapper will be at the The Pageant. Chance the Rapper’s music is exciting and catchy. He currently has one album out, “Acid Rap.”

Be sure to see empowering female singer Grace Potter at The Pageant, Oct. 17 . Potter is a solo artist who has been featured on many singles for famous country artist Kenny Chesney. She has many soulful songs, including “Stars” and “Timekeeper.”

Passion Pit is an eclectic alternative band from Massachusetts. Passion Pit consists of members Michael Angelakos, Chris Hartz, Aaron Harrison Folb, Giuliano Pizzulo, Pete Cafarella and Ray Suen. Passion Pit has many popular songs including “Take A Walk” and “I’ll Be Alright.” They are performing at The Pageant, and they will be joined by popular indie band Atlas Genius, Oct. 19.

Pittsburgh native rapper Mac Miller is headed to The Pageant, Oct. 20. Miller is known for popular songs including “Donald Trump” and “Best Day Ever.” He has also been featured in many singles with artists including Ariana Grande, Big Sean and French Montana. Miller brings an energetic vibe on stage, and he will be joined by opening acts Goldlink, Domo Genesis and The Come-Up.

The Pageant will be occupied by Danish rock band New Politics, Oct. 28.  Members David Boyd, Søren Hansen and Louis Vecchio play headbanging, dynamic songs such as their biggest hit “Harlem.” The Griswolds, Lolo and Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness are all opening for New Politics.

Twenty-One Pilots is a musical duo consisting of drummer Josh Dun and singer Tyler Joseph with songs like “Tear in My Heart,”“Car Radio” and “House of Gold.” Twenty-One Pilots is coming to the Chaifetz Arena, Oct. 31. What better way to spend Halloween than to see this awesome duo live? Tickets are scarce, so be sure to buy them soon.

American indie-rock band The Front Bottoms will be playing at the Ready Room, Nov. 4. The Front Bottoms is not a very well known band but brings a cool vibe to the stage.

Timeflies is a music duo consisting of producer Rob Resnick and vocalist Cal Shapiro. Timeflies will be at The Pageant, Nov. 6. Timeflies is a exciting music duo that is extremely active with their audience. The opening act for Timeflies will be popular Vine sensations Kalin & Myles.

The Wonder Years and Motion City Soundtrack will be at The Pageant, Nov. 14. The Wonder Years is a rock band; as well as, Motion City Soundtrack. Both bands have interesting, skilled songs.