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We will officially ring in the fall season this September, and while that may bring cooler weather, the month is just heating up on the music front.
The hottest concert of the month will no doubt be Ms. Queen Bey herself. American singer, songwriter and international superstar Beyoncé will bring The Formation World Tour to the Dome At America’s Center on September 10. Metro transit passengers can use MetroLink to get to the concert from the Convention Center MetroLink Station or use MetroBus to get to the dome.
There’s lots of activity happening on the Delmar Loop as well this month. American rock band The Used will kick off a two-day concert series at The Pageant on September 2 and September 3. Australian record producer and musician Harley Streten, better known by his stage name Flume, will perform on September 16. Kansas City native and American rapper Tech N9ne will be at The Pageant on September 19. San Diego-based American rock band Pierce the Veil performs on September 21 followed by American thrash metal band Slayer on September 22. Young the Giant, an American rock band, will close out the month at The Pageant on September 29.
American singer, songwriter and producer Beck will perform at the Peabody Opera House on September 23. Andy Grammer and Gavin DeGraw will both perform a few days later on September 27.
Avoid traffic jams and the hassles of finding (and paying for) parking by taking Metro. Leave your vehicle at any one of 21 free Metro Park-Ride lots in Missouri and Illinois and ride MetroLink to the Civic Center MetroLink Station (just steps from the Peabody Opera House and Scottrade Center), to the Delmar Loop MetroLink Station (near The Pageant), or to the Convention Center MetroLink Station (near the Dome at America’s Center).
You can also hop on MetroBus to get downtown or to the Delmar Loop. Ride on one of 18 MetroBus routes to the Union Station MetroLink Station, located just west of the Scottrade Center and the Peabody Opera House, and the #99 Downtown Trolley and #40 Broadway both have stops near the Dome at America’s Center. You can reach the Delmar Loop MetroLink Station on any of five MetroBus routes.
Ready to let Metro do the driving to your next big concert? Plan your trip on public transit by downloading the Metro On The Go app to your mobile device, or use our handy Trip Planner.
2 thoughts on “Take Metro to see Beyoncé, Beck”
People can also take the 70 Grand to Powell Symphony Hall for a concert. Powell is a great place to hear either Beethoven or Mozart.
A great recommendation Patrick! We hear a few wizards are playing at Powell Hall this weekend. 🙂