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The Ultimate Downtown St. Louis Concert Quiz

Spring is here, and that means live music is getting into full swing in Downtown St. Louis. We know the Gateway City is full of music trivia experts, so we dug through our archives to create the ultimate St. Louis Concert Quiz. These questions will test your knowledge about iconic live music venues, history, pop culture, and more.

When you finish, don’t forget to share your results on social media and challenge your friends! (Loser has to buy tickets to the Ariana Grande concert on July 6)

In which year did the Beatles play their only show in St. Louis?

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The show took place at the old Busch Stadium in front of 23,000 people

Which artist/band drew the largest crowd ever at the Dome?

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The sold-out Garth Brooks concert drew 75,000 fans

Which one of these famous artists was NOT at the 1982 VP Fair?

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The 2nd annual fair was attended by about three million people; 3,000,001 counting the baby born on the steps of the Old Cathedral.

Which St. Louis band was the last to perform at Mississippi Nights before it closed in '07?

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Lumiere Place now occupies Mississippi Nights' former location.

What is the largest concert to take place at the new Busch Stadium?

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That concert brought in a whopping $4,423,395 in revenue!

In what year did the first Big Muddy Blues Festival take place?

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Every Labor Day weekend, St. Louis’ historic Laclede’s Landing hosts 30,000+ people from around the country at the Big Muddy Blues Festival.

Who did Taylor Swift bring on stage in her 2015 concert?

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Nelly performed his perennial hit, "Hot In Herre."

Which boy band is slated to perform at Enterprise Center in September 2019?

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Get ready to jam out to "I Want It That Way"

Which of these Downtown venues hosts Live Music Trivia every Tuesday night?

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Which St. Louis music venue hosts "Soulful Sunday" concerts each week?

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The National Blues Museum is the only museum dedicated exclusively to preserving and honoring the national and international story of the Blues and its impact on American culture in the United States.

The Ultimate St. Louis Concert Quiz
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