· Veteran's Memorial Amphitheater
· Saturday, September 14 @ 7:30 PM
· All Ages
· See below
WHAT: Celebration Day – A Tribute to Led Zeppelin - performing on the School of Rock stage
WHEN: Saturday, September 14th| Doors @ 5:30pm
WHERE: Veterans Memorial Amphitheatre, Jefferson Barracks Park
TICKETS: Tickets on sale now. Click HERE to purchase tickets on-line!
VIP seating = $40+ fees
General Admission = $20+ fees
General Admission 4-Pack = $60+ fees*
Click HERE to purchase tickets on-line!
Special $60 Four Pack of Tickets now available at three outlets:
11828 Tesson Ferry Road
MO-TH: 11a-8p, FR-SA 10a-9p, SU: Noon-5p
5320 Hampton Avenue
MO-SA: 10am-9pm, SU: Noon-6pm
SU-TH: 10am-10pm, FR-SA: 10am-12m
Suite 100 at the Pageant
MO-SA: 10am-6pm, SU: Closed, opens at Noon on show days
Outlet Only Special:
These four packs of tickets include a round KSHE Window sticker and a Free order of Super Nachos from Hardees – Red Burrito
Jefferson Barracks park is located at 255 Grant Road, St. Louis, MO 63125
The Amphitheater is located at the North end of park.
For directions, click HERE.
Click HERE for a list of event FAQs
Questions? Call (314) 613-7966 or send us an email.
In 2011 KSHE 95 worked with El Monstero on their first ever outdoor show and the result was the biggest concert ever held in Jefferson Barracks Park with more than 7,500 people in attendance. This September KSHE is looking to repeat that success with St. Louis’ ultimate Led Zepplin tribute band, “Celebration Day”.
“St. Louis is a town with an unwavering dedication to classic rock; if the phrase "KSHE Classic" means anything to you, you know what we mean. So it's no surprise that tribute bands dedicated to re-creating the work of rock & roll behemoths have become big business in town. El Monstero's annual Pink Floyd spectacular regularly sells out multiple nights at the Pageant, but Celebration Day's tribute to Led Zeppelin is proving to be big business as well. With a crew of local scene vets (including three El Monstero players), Celebration Day goes deep with the mystical, muscular hard rock that Led Zep perfected. And since Robert Plant has his heart set on genteel Americana these days, this is as close as we're gonna get to true Zep enlightenment”.*
Make sure that you’re among the thousands of St. Louisans who will be in JB Park on September 14th for this inaugural performance of “Celebration Day – Under the Stars”