105.7 The Point Ho Ho Show
Blue October: 9pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.
Blue October at The Pageant on Saturday, September 25 is rescheduled to December 9. Tickets for the September show are valid at the new date.
Message from the band:
“We are so disappointed to announce that as hard as we’ve tried to tour in a bubble, two of our brothers have tested positive for Covid-19. We are sadly forced to cancel tonight’s show in Grand Rapids, tomorrow in St Louis and next week in Louisville and Indianapolis. We are optimistic that our brothers will have negative tests soon and we can resume our tour in Pittsburgh, PA one week from today.
This only reinforces our decision to continue to do all we can to provide the safest, most relaxed and joyous experience for the amazing people who support our musical gatherings. These moments are precious and mean everything in the world to us and thankfully to many of you. We’ll see you soon.
Stay tuned for updates.
ALL patrons must have a valid form of identification to enter events with age restrictions. We will deny entry to anyone presenting fraudulent identification. No refunds.
Acceptable Forms Of Identification:
- Valid Photo United States Issued ID
- Valid Photo Passport
- Original Birth Certificate (must have raised seal) along with another Current Photo ID
Unacceptable Forms Of Identification (List Not Exhaustive):
- School ID
- Firearm/Conceal & Carry ID
- Temporary Driving Permits which do not contain a photo or the State’s raised seal
- Other (Venue’s Sole Discretion)
About the Artist
“These songs should make you want to fall in love with somebody, or miss somebody, or want to do something outrageous with your life,” says Justin Furstenfeld, vocalist and lyricist for the unstoppable alt-rock band Blue October. He’s talking about the tracks on the quintet’s tenth studio album, This Is What I Live For, recently released on October 23rd, 2020.
How does it feel to have a Top 10 single with “Oh My My,” your first Top 10 single since 2009? “Honestly, I’m blown away. We started releasing our albums independently several years ago. It’s good to see that it doesn’t matter what label you’re on. As long as you’re writing good songs you have chance to be heard. Hopefully that inspires others.”
The San Marcos, Texas-based band (vocalist Justin Furstenfeld, multi-instrumentalist Ryan Delahoussaye, guitarist Will Knaak, bassist Matt Noveskey, and drummer Jeremy Furstenfeld) have earned a reputation for being remarkably dynamic, consistently delivering anthemic songs filled with rousing melodies and precision playing. And with this latest release, The Is What I Live, For the members are even more in synch than ever because they wrote much of the material while they were on the road supporting their last album,...