The Arch Rival Roller Girls will continue holding their bouts at the Midwest Sport Hockey in Queeny Park. This venue offers spectators an improved and exhilarating sporting experience with a sport court floor, both stadium and floor seating, free parking, and beer and concession sales. Midwest Sport Hockey in Queeny Park is located at 570 Weidman Road, Ballwin, Missouri 63011 (636) 230-6466. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $12 at brownpapertickets.com or for $15 at the door; children 10 and under are free.
The Arch Rival Roller Girls are St. Louis' first and only Women's Flat Track Derby Association (WFTDA) certified all-female, all-skater owned and operated flat-track roller derby league. They are comprised of two travel teams: the ARRG All-Stars (currently ranked among the top 30 teams in the nation) and the St. Lunachix, as well as 4 local teams. The Arch Rival Roller Girls are extremely active in the St. Louis and surrounding communities, regularly contributing to charitable organizations and events.
For more information visit http://www.archrivalrollergirls.com/.
ABOUT JON HARDY AND THE PUBLIC:
St. Louis Jon Hardy & the Public has captivated audiences for many reasons. No Depression said that the band's 2007 heartache-laden LP, Working in Love, "bids farewell to alt-country influences for a punchy and pretty 60's blue-eyed southern soul ethos," while the St. Louis quintet's live show often features a full horn section and a faithful cover of Bruce Springsteen's "Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)."
And now the band whose sound is described by local alt-weekly the Riverfront Times as having "the warm-toned soul and barbed hooks of Spoon, while channeling the tortured souls of '70s power-pop royalty and hints of Springsteen's working-class sorrow" is exploring the catalog of another legend.
Little Criminals: Songs From Randy Newman is the band's follow-up to Love. Featuring four covers from the L.A. songwriter's repertoire -- from a saxophone-driven, uptempo "You Can Leave Your Hat On" to the girl-group-meets-Born in the U.S.A. "Memo To My Son" Criminals finds Hardy and Co. preserving Newman's melancholy edge and impeccable instrumentation, while putting their own heart-on-sleeve spin on the songs.
"Randy Newman has been a problem for me since I was a young boy," Hardy says. "His songs are comforting and troubling all at the same time. After the last 8 months, we needed that."
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Looking for an original live and local experience? STL Up Late is an interactive late night talk show featuring the most talented and engaging guests that St. Louis has to offer. STL Up Late takes all of the best elements of your favorite televised late night talk shows, like live music and famous personalities, and adds interactive audience games, sketch comedy, and a spontaneity that you can't find on FCC regulated TV shows. Anything can happen on STL Up Late, but you have to be there to see it because this is a live show only!
Guests include local politicians, developers, actors and other big personalities currently contributing to the St. Louis community, local up and coming musicians, as well as national media figures and touring acts.
Unlike televised late night shows STL Up Late is focused on the live comedy experience and provides a distinctly local flavor, lampooning the current events surrounding YOUR city, covering the people and places that interest you directly.
Every weekly show features a brand new guest, musical act and set of comedic sketches. Come an be a part of this uniquely St. Louis experience.
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