The Pageant

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
The Pageant
Location 6161 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Coordinates 38°39′20″N 90°17′52″W / 38.655620°N 90.297896°W / 38.655620; -90.297896Coordinates: 38°39′20″N 90°17′52″W / 38.655620°N 90.297896°W / 38.655620; -90.297896
Owner Joe Edwards
Type Concert Venue
Genre(s) Rock music
Opened October 19, 2000
Website
www.thepageant.com
The Pageant Music Venue

The Pageant, sometimes called The Pageant Concert NightClub, is a music venue in the Delmar Loop district. It sits on the western edge of Saint Louis, Missouri, just east of the University City part of the Loop.

The Pageant is St. Louis' premier midsize venue, with ample space for the audience and stage room and lighting options for performers. It hosts touring national acts in pop, indie rock, hip-hop, jazz, blues, and more.[1] In 2008, the Pageant sold more tickets than all but three other clubs in the world, according to Pollstar.[2]

The venue has a main concert hall; the Halo Bar, a wet bar and smaller stage for smaller performances; and Suite 100, a retail shop that sells concert merchandise. It is one of the area's few handicapped-accessible venues.[citation needed]

Phil Lesh and Friends at the Pageant 2009-7-3
Phil Lesh and Friends performing at The Pageant on July 3, 2009. From left to right: Larry Campbell, John Molo, Phil Lesh, Jackie Greene

Named for a long-demolished movie theatre that sat three blocks to the east on Delmar Boulevard,[3] the Pageant has a facade and marquee whose bright colors and neon lights are designed to evoke a classic movie theater.[4]


Shows 2000[edit]

  • Wednesday, 11/1/2000 - Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age

Shows 2001[edit]

  • Friday, 3/30/2001 - Nelly Furtado
  • Friday, 12/14/2001 - Bush

Shows 2014[edit]

  • Saturday, 9/20/2014 - Spoon, EMA
  • Monday, 9/21/2014 - Jordan Knight, Nick Carter

See also[edit]

References[edit]