As of 2:30 p.m. Eastern on Friday, no fewer than three separate protests had interrupted Donald Trump’s rally inside the Peabody Opera House in St. Louis. This was in addition to the violent clashes between protesters and supporters outside the theater.
Shortly before those inside were escorted out, Trump pointed at the protesters — all of whom were black — and said, “These are not the people that made our country great.” Then added “Go home and get a job.” Oh, the irony.
So i got tickets for the St.Louis Tatinof and i bought em really quick bc i thought they would sell out but then I went back and they had better seats, so I bought those. So now I’ve got extra tickets. Anyone want 2 tickets for the St. Louis Tatinof at the Peabody Opera House? I’ll sell em at the same price I got em (with the ticketmaster fee), which is $63.50 each.
send me a message if you’d like them!
please signal boost if you aren’t interested! I’d hate for the tickets to go to waste, I’m sure someone would like them.
Passion Pit’s music is undeniably multicolored, with synth squiggles and layered vocals rushing in from every angle. When I photographed them in 2010, their light show was a perfect reflection of the music – big, bright, hazy, and dripping with color.
Granted, that was 2010. In 2013, Passion Pit is still playing chromatic pop, but on a somewhat more refined level. Their live show at The Peabody reflected this with a slightly more restrained setup – bright and colorful, but tempered with well-defined spotlights (and a suit and tie on frontman/mastermind Michael Angelakos).
That’s not to say the band’s energy has faltered. It hasn’t. But damn, some bands just clean up nicely.