Nightmare on Locust Street:  ROCKTOBERFEST

VENUE: Superior Booking Presents:

Nightmare on Locust Street: ROCKTOBERFEST

Cynical Optimist, Modern Gold, Shock The Junkie, The Public, little falcon, Moonglasses, Between Elsewhere, Casper, Never Go Quietly

Fri, October 13, 2017

6:00 pm


St. Louis, MO


This event is all ages

Shock The Junkie
Shock The Junkie
Shock The Junkie is a post-grunge/alternative trio that was put together in the beginning of 2011 by guitarist/vocalist, Brandon Dull and drummer, Ben Endris. After a few months of searching, they crossed paths with their soon-to-be bassist, Nick Kostielney, who would complete the act. Based out of St. Louis MO, their mission is simple.."Make great music and expose it to the world." That may sound a little extreme, but with the combined talent of the three, along with their fierce determination, you can rest assured that they are not going to stop short of that. Although Shock The Junkie has only been together for a little over a year they have already recorded a four song demo and developed a unique, stand-out sound that has earned them opening slots for national rock groups Smile Empty Soul, 12 Stones, Taproot, and Parabelle. They are currently writing new material and playing shows in search for the fan base that will prove to any record label that they deserve to be on tour, playing at the next level. For STJ music is not only a passion, but a lifestyle..
The Public
The Public
The Public is a band of 3 really close friends that love to create music to share their point of view.
little falcon
Little Falcon is a native 21-year-old St. Louisan who started creating music under the assumed name in 2010 and has since released two albums. The first, "The Coffee House", was recorded in Springfield, Missouri with Blake Walker Records in 2011. His newest album was released on June 24, 2014 entitled "In A Car" mixed by Alex Robinson and mastered by Rueben Cohen ("Pitch Perfect", Bruno Mars, Dev) of Lurssen Mastering. The songs play out a story between two characters whose paths were never really meant to cross. One is a struggling musician and the other is a self-destructive drug dealer, but somehow they develop feelings for one another. At the end, we see how both people react to the same experience. "The album deals a lot with pride and how some people find it so hard to admit that they're wrong," said Falcon. "It also shows how people find it hard to forgive themselves and that love can make us act so childish."
Venue Information:
3108 Locust St.
St. Louis, MO, 63103