When it comes to Mardi Gras, there are plenty of things for people to do in St. Louis. From the great parties and special events to concerts and more, there is something for just about anyone this festival season. St. Louis sees some great country acts as well as a couple of genre favorites. Here is a look at the best Mardi Gras shows and concerts in St. Louis for 2017.
R&B singer Charlie Wilson is coming to St. Louis for a special concert over Mardi Gras week. Wilson will play at the Chaifetz Arena on Feb. 24 as part of his In It To In It Tour, in support of the album of the same name that hits this month. Joining Wilson for this special concert are Fantasia and Johnny Gill. Tickets for the concert are on sale now through AXS starting at $44.
The Eli Young band will help kick off Mardi Gras week in St. Louis with a huge concert at the Ballpark Village. The band remains one of the most successful touring bands thanks to their laid back attitude and party personalities, making them a perfect option for a Mardi Gras week concert. They are joined by Bobby Ford or this big show. Tickets are on sale here and range from $15 up to $60.
Feb. 25 @ 11 a.m.
Social House Soulard - 1551 S. 7th Street, St. Louis, MO 63104
Country singer Colt Ford is putting on a Mardi Gras themed concert at the Social House in Solard, hosted by radio station 93.7 The Bull. The doors open at 11 a.m. and this is an all-inclusive concert with “in-out privileges” from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. There is a premium open bar (no shots) and DJ Too Tall will also spin great music all day long. Tickets are available here starting at $55.
Lee Brice is another big country act coming to St. Louis over Mardi Gras week. Brice is touring on his American Made tour and will play the Chaifetz Arena on March 3. While Brice has not released a new album since 2014 and I Don’t Dance, he remains a constant touring performer, always seeming to be out on the road. Tickets for the Lee Brice Mardi Gras week concert in St. Louis are on sale here and run between $26 and $170.
Big Gigantic is out on their brighter Future tour and the instrumental jazz group will hit St. Louis over Mardi Gras week. Brighter Future is the band’s sixth album and hit stores in August 2016. The concert in St. Louis takes place at The Pageant and tickets are on sale now here. Prices for this concert is only $26 for general admission.