Music Showcases Throughout Missouri


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live music , music , Music / Entertainment Venue , Nightclubs / Dance Halls , bar
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Author: H&L Partners
The music scene is alive and vibrant in the Show-Me State. Check the article Live Music in Missouri for info. Whether you are looking for great jazz or some southern rock, Missouri can compete with any playlist. If you want to spice up your nighttime fun, board one of the many "riverboat" casinos the state has to offer. Most give you a side of music with your gaming.

Variety is the spice of life, and Cafe Acoustic definitely provides a diverse music soundtrack. Artists from around the region take the stage at this St. Joseph hotspot. Not only do they host open mic nights and great music, they are the only original absinthe bar in the area
(absinthe is a potent, green alcoholic drink). Look for the Christmas Story leg lamp in the front window, and you’ll know you’re there.

Lindberg's Bar opened in Springfield when the railroad came to town in 1870; it is the oldest tavern in town. In the late 1800s, the building housed a brothel upstairs. At 22 feet long, the bar-top is carved from a single piece of maple. Take a seat at the bar and enjoy inexpensive drinks while the music takes center stage at this watering hole and live music venue. You can’t go wrong with any of the bands.

“We are a venue built by musicians for musicians.” That is the motto of The Bridge. With something for everyone, every night is a Saturday night at this Columbia establishment, located downtown in The District. Enjoy a free "high five" with your serving of music.

A college town isn’t complete without a great place to listen to awesome music. Rude Dog Pub in Cape Girardeau gives you a front-row seat to experience the new-and-upcoming artists. Every weekend offers a sampling of area artists as well as traveling bands. You can’t go wrong with Rude Dog on your Friday and Saturday night out.

While you’re in St. Louis, visit the Peabody Opera House, where the amazing rainbow of colors shines overhead. The architecture wows every visitor who crosses the Peabody’s threshold. Many famous comedians, musicians and theater groups have graced its stage.

Enjoy a little blues at Knuckleheads Honky-Tonk, each Wednesday thru Sunday. Three stages offer a variety of music five nights a week at this Kansas City roadhouse. On Wednesday evenings, the Retro Room transforms into the Gospel Lounge, a blues music-oriented church. Need to refuel? Check out their famous tacos.

If a jam session is your idea of incredible music, the Mutual Musicians Foundation is a free-for-all for jazz greats in Kansas City. Sessions don’t really get going until after midnight and they often last until dawn. The Foundation keeps its music hot and its drinks simple. Yelp reviewers give it five stars – Darome B. from Atlanta says, “This place will forever have etched memories in my mind.”

Take the night off and experience world-class entertainment at Lumière Place Casino in downtown St. Louis. Parties never end at their amazing nightclubs. Sip on a cocktail at Aqua and be the center of attention at Globar. When the mood strikes for a change of pace, head to Lumière Theatre and catch a show.

The nightlife at Harrah’s in North Kansas City is always buzzing. Take a break from gaming on the casino floor and head over to VooDoo Lounge to enjoy a concert. Scan their website for a schedule of headliners. But don’t let the night end there; head over move to Twist after the show and enjoy a late evening cocktail.

And what can we say about Branson? Accurately known as the “Live Music Show Capital of the World,” this southwest Missouri town can keep you entertained for days. There are more than 100 live shows and scores of attractions to fit families, romantic couples and adults out on their own. Get “all shook up” when the national touring show Elvis Lives rocks the stage at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, February 7-18. Sing along with multi award winners the Gatlin Brothers, who do their thing at the Starlite Theatre on select dates March-June and September-December. And have a roaring good time, filled with laughter at the original Branson show, Presleys' Country Jubilee; they started it all in 1967. Click this link for information on all the, Live Shows in Branson. Missouri ... and enjoy the show.

  The Peabody Opera House
The Peabody Opera House, with its classic splendor restored, and the addition of state-of-the-art amenities, ...

  Knuckleheads Honky-Tonk
We are a honky-tonk blues roadhouse; the kind you would find in Key West and south Texas. We have a ...

  The Mutual Musicians Foundation
The Mutual Musicians Foundation continues a grand tradition as a living tribute to the city's long and ...

  Lumière Place Casino & Hotels
The lights dazzle. The sounds beckon. The tingle of anticipation is everywhere. With more than 1,700 ...

  Presleys' Country Jubilee
Branson's original show on the strip.In 2017 we are celebrating our 50th anniversary. Now that's a good ...