Toots & the Maytals w/ Special Guest TBA

Thu Oct 8 2020

7:00 PM

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion

4140 Manchester Ave Saint Louis, MO 63110

Ages 21+

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Toots & the Maytals w/ Special Guest TBA

Thursday, October 8

Doors 6pm // Show 7pm*
$28.50 Early Bird** // $33.50 ADV // $38 Day Of // $70 Seated VIP**
Toots & the Maytals Merch Tour Package - $99 // Funky Kingston Meet & Greet Package - $175
Skip the service fee! Atomic Cowboy Box Office open Mon-Sat 11am-6pm.


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

Event is Rain or Shine.

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, email us at info@atomic-cowboy.com

*Schedule subject to change without notice
**Limited Tickets Available

Jamo Presents
Toots & the Maytals w/ Special Guest TBA

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Toots & The Maytals

    Toots & The Maytals

    Reggae

    Toots is one of the true architects of reggae, so much so that “Do the Reggay,” a 1968 single by Toots and his group, the Maytals, is credited with giving the genre its name. Classic songs, written and recorded by Toots and the Maytals, have been covered by the likes of the Clash and the Specials, and the group was featured in reggae’s greatest breakthrough event “The Harder They Come,” the 1972 film that became an international sensation. The all-star guests on 2004 album “TRUE LOVE” range from legends like Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, and Bonnie Raitt to younger stars including No Doubt, the Roots, and Phish’s Trey Anastasio. The caliber of these collaborators reveals the impact that Toots has had on several generations of rockers and rappers, while appearances from reggae icons Bunny Wailer and Marcia Griffiths show the respect granted to the man who might be the music’s greatest living vocalist. At the heart of it all is that voice drenched in soul, rooted in gospel, and still breathtakingly powerful after almost four decades in the spotlight.

Jamo Presents

Toots & the Maytals w/ Special Guest TBA

Thu Oct 8 2020 7:00 PM

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion Saint Louis MO
Toots & the Maytals w/ Special Guest TBA
  • Event Cancelled.

Ages 21+

Toots & the Maytals w/ Special Guest TBA

Thursday, October 8

Doors 6pm // Show 7pm*
$28.50 Early Bird** // $33.50 ADV // $38 Day Of // $70 Seated VIP**
Toots & the Maytals Merch Tour Package - $99 // Funky Kingston Meet & Greet Package - $175
Skip the service fee! Atomic Cowboy Box Office open Mon-Sat 11am-6pm.


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

Event is Rain or Shine.

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, email us at info@atomic-cowboy.com

*Schedule subject to change without notice
**Limited Tickets Available
Toots & The Maytals

Toots & The Maytals

Reggae

Toots is one of the true architects of reggae, so much so that “Do the Reggay,” a 1968 single by Toots and his group, the Maytals, is credited with giving the genre its name. Classic songs, written and recorded by Toots and the Maytals, have been covered by the likes of the Clash and the Specials, and the group was featured in reggae’s greatest breakthrough event “The Harder They Come,” the 1972 film that became an international sensation. The all-star guests on 2004 album “TRUE LOVE” range from legends like Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, and Bonnie Raitt to younger stars including No Doubt, the Roots, and Phish’s Trey Anastasio. The caliber of these collaborators reveals the impact that Toots has had on several generations of rockers and rappers, while appearances from reggae icons Bunny Wailer and Marcia Griffiths show the respect granted to the man who might be the music’s greatest living vocalist. At the heart of it all is that voice drenched in soul, rooted in gospel, and still breathtakingly powerful after almost four decades in the spotlight.