We are back and ready to bring you up to speed on what’s happening and which of the biggest artists will be playing in your city this week! We are only featuring giants and titans of the music industry this week, with a veteran band, a pop star whose been on top of her game for decades and a couple of familiar faces used to howlin’. Howl’s Top Shows is finally here!
Pink Refuses to Fade
Pink has been kicking 2018 off in style—much like how she closed 2017! Before kicking off a cross-country tour through spring, the singer had over 111 million eyes on her as she led the National Anthem at February’s Super Bowl LII. Even before that, Pink released her seventh studio album, Beautiful Trauma, in October of 2017. Led by the single “What About Us”, the song features plenty of Pink’s signature strength and emotion, making it powerful enough to top the Adult Pop Songs chart and give the singer her ninth number one hit. And yet, that wasn’t even Pink’s biggest moment! Before all of this, in July of 2017, she was finally presented with the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Pink will be rolling through the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Wednesday, March 14th, Kansas City’s Sprint Center on Thursday, March 15th, and Indy’s Bakers Life Fieldhouse is, yet again, on roll and shows no signs of slowing.
Still Flying High
Speaking of rolling, The Eagles continue to show no signs of taking it easy anytime soon. It’s been a long few years for the band, featuring lawsuits, death, and everything in between. After rocking near-continuously since 1971, the band lost founding member and songwriter Glenn Frey in 2016. The Eagles stayed strong, however, welcoming Frey’s son, Deacon to take the helm along with country musician Vince Gill.
The legendary musicians will be rolling through the country from March through September, this week stopping in Chicago’s United Center on Wednesday, March 14th, the Scottrade Center in St. Louis on Sunday, March 18th, and Kansas City’s Sprint Center on Monday, March 19th.
On the Road…Again
Like last week, G-Eazy and Vince Staples are still tearing up both coasts and everywhere in between. The man in the leather jacket made his mark on Chicago and Denver this past week, spreading far beyond his Oakland roots. In the meanwhile, Vince took a brief trip to St Louis. before heading back home to LA for a show at The Novo on Monday. He’s still hanging around SoCal, playing The Observatory on Tuesday, March 13th while G-Eazy will be over on the east coast, playing Boston’s Agganis Arena on Sunday, March 18th.
Live Music Venues
If you thought the show was over when any of these artists step off the stage, think again! Howl at the Moon is the perfect destination for your post-concert after party, outstanding private event or unforgettable night out. There are plenty of ways that Howl can make your night perfect, with table reservations, semi-private space and full-venue buyouts all available. Plus, Howl at the Moon’s unbeatable drinks, like our 86 oz. buckets, can put your crew into the best spirits and our band is always playing the best hit songs and crowd requests that get you howlin’! We can also host birthday parties, bachelor parties, bachelorette parties, holiday parties, corporate events and more.
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