Mound City Music Fest - 2 Day Pass

Fri Jul 13 2018

7:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion

4140 Manchester Ave Saint Louis, MO 63110

Ages 21+

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4 Hands Brewing Company, Jameson Irish Whiskey, & Jamo Presents

Mound City Music Fest 
Friday July 13 & Saturday July 14th

$15 - 2 Day Pass

DAY 1 - July 13 - GET DAY 1 PASS HERE
Doors 6pm
Common Jones - 7:30 to 9pm (Pavilion) 
Guerrilla Theory 9:30 to 11pm (Pavilion)
DJ DCUPP opening the night and between sets
The Driftaways 11pm to 1am (The Bootleg)

DAY 2 - July 14 -  GET DAY 2 PASS HERE
Doors 6pm
Monkh And The People - 7pm - 8pm (Pavilion)
The Scandaleros - 8:30pm to 9:30pm (Pavilion) 
Brother Francis and the Soultones - 10pm to 11pm (Pavilion)
DJ Trouble opening the night and between sets
Break Night 11pm to 1am (The Bootleg)

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion | 21+ unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Atomic Cowboy has seated dining inside until 10pm. Seating is first come first serve. Doors are 6pm unless stated otherwise, so come early, claim your spot and enjoy!

Limited Seating Available.
No Coolers. No Lawn Chairs.

For ADA seating or to reserve a party of 20 or more in advance, email us at  info@atomic-cowboy.com

 

4 Hands, Jameson & Jamo Present
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  • Guerilla Theory

    Guerilla Theory

    Reggae

    Guerrilla Theory formed in December 2015. They soon fastened together a unique blend of Reggae, Rock, and Hip-Hop Grooves. Working hard through 2016 writing original material and making a name for themselves on stages across the St.Louis area Guerrilla Theory released there first album 'G-OMETRY' on December 17th 2016. Plenty more in store for Guerrilla Theory.

  • Brother Francis and The Soultones

    Brother Francis and The Soultones

    Soul

    Frank Ladish- Guitar, vocals
    Jacob Zengerling- Bass
    Ryan Benthall- Keyboards
    Taylor Perkins - Drums

    About

    Here we stand where vibrations fly between people sharing an experience of love and pain. Keepin' the groove true; groove with us and we'll groove for you.

    Biography

    There was a legendary musician who coined a term 'electric church' in reference to the live music experience. The vibrations of the electric guitars, the drums, and the speakers equating to the energy in the room. We all have an appreciation for music, the beautiful sounds that reflect our humanity. The love and pain, wrong and right, hot and cold, day and night. These sounds embody the energy of inspiration flowing naturally as the seasons. Soul, for its heart, its sweet surrender, and joy. Rock, for its raw emotion, epic heights, and foundation. Funk, for its groove, its ass shaking, and mash potatoes.

  • the scandaleros

    the scandaleros

    Blues-Rock

    • The Scandaleros! We are a blues based, multi-genre quintet from St. Louis Missouri formed in 2009. The band's members are fans of a wide variety of musical traditions. Now, brought together, we collectively represent a wide range of styles.

    • We play a mix of rock, blues, and funk...our style comes out of our individual infleunces, it could be described as greasy bayou funk. Carson writes our original music.

    • It all started in an establishment where someone worked. One person met somebody. Then someone met somebody else. After a while those people met another guy who said hey let's make a band. So they did.

  • Monkh and The People

    Monkh and The People

    Rock

    Monkh is a solo artist combining sounds from many genres into his own brand of music. A modern day musician with a natural flair of classic rock style, Monkh is a breath of fresh air. 

    While a bit of a free spirited outlaw, Monkh holds reverence for music's innate ability to be a communication vessel. His songs capture thoughts & emotions, reflecting them as musical snapshots of moments in time. Often highlighting societal issues through allegory and metaphor, he has been referred to as a modern day speaker of peace and love. Monkh's unique ability to create modern music with a timeless sound might just make him the future voice of a generation.

  • Common Jones

    Common Jones

    Rap Rock

    Common Jones consists of 6 seasoned musicians from and around the St. Louis music scene. Members from the Blood Brothers, Psycho Beach Party, The Unmentionables, (P-Nut) "solo artist". Crafting and honing their talents on stages across the midwest for the last 20 years combined. Common Jones brings a old school freshness to the table. Taking traditional Blues and Rock styles...mashing them into a Hip Hop/Reggae bowl, and smoking the FUNK out of it! You can put this band on any bill, for any genre, and they will rise to the top. You are sure to find a few or many things to love about Common Jones!

  • Break Night

    Break Night

    Funk

    Adapted Records - Live Band Future Funk/Electro Soul/Glitch Hop from St. Louis, MO

  • The Driftaways

    The Driftaways

    Reggae

    The Driftaways are a 7 piece Reggae/Rock band from the St. Louis area. The unique mix of classic Jamaican styles such as Ska, Reggae, Roots, and Dub with a Blues-Rock twist give The Driftaways their one of a kind sound. Amazing stage presence, soulful vocals, and a refreshingly creative sound are quickly making The Driftaways one of the hottest Reggae acts in the Midwest

  • DJ DCUPP

    DJ DCUPP

    Reggae

  • DJ Trouble

    DJ Trouble

    Dub

    Reggae DJ making one drop love to your eardrums!

4 Hands, Jameson & Jamo Present

Mound City Music Fest - 2 Day Pass

Fri Jul 13 2018 7:30 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion Saint Louis MO
Mound City Music Fest - 2 Day Pass
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Ages 21+

4 Hands Brewing Company, Jameson Irish Whiskey, & Jamo Presents

Mound City Music Fest 
Friday July 13 & Saturday July 14th

$15 - 2 Day Pass

DAY 1 - July 13 - GET DAY 1 PASS HERE
Doors 6pm
Common Jones - 7:30 to 9pm (Pavilion) 
Guerrilla Theory 9:30 to 11pm (Pavilion)
DJ DCUPP opening the night and between sets
The Driftaways 11pm to 1am (The Bootleg)

DAY 2 - July 14 -  GET DAY 2 PASS HERE
Doors 6pm
Monkh And The People - 7pm - 8pm (Pavilion)
The Scandaleros - 8:30pm to 9:30pm (Pavilion) 
Brother Francis and the Soultones - 10pm to 11pm (Pavilion)
DJ Trouble opening the night and between sets
Break Night 11pm to 1am (The Bootleg)

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion | 21+ unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Atomic Cowboy has seated dining inside until 10pm. Seating is first come first serve. Doors are 6pm unless stated otherwise, so come early, claim your spot and enjoy!

Limited Seating Available.
No Coolers. No Lawn Chairs.

For ADA seating or to reserve a party of 20 or more in advance, email us at  info@atomic-cowboy.com