Grouplove - The Pageant - Saint Louis, MO - 09.21.21

105.7 The Point welcomes



Per Artist request, please note entry requirements below, which differ from venue entry requirements:

Hi Grouplovers!

We are so excited to be out on the road again, finally seeing you all, playing music and feeling the love in person which we really need!

We want to make sure that we are doing everything we can to keep you, our crew and ourselves safe at our shows-  so that the shows can go on!

With the current surge in the Delta variant, we are making all headline shows in September (excluding festivals (Wonderbus, Sea Hear Now, Twilight Series) where we will follow local venue guidelines) *Vaccine Only* to enter the venue.

We will be requiring proof of full vaccination ONLY. Negative Covid-19 tests will not be valid for entry.  Your vaccination card can be a physical or digital copy and must match your photo ID.  For patrons under 12, who are ineligible to receive a Covid-19 vaccination a negative test within the past 72 hours will be required.

If you would like a refund for the show, you can get one at point of purchase, and each promoter/venue will be sending you an email specifically about refunds if you have bought a ticket.

Despite all that craziness, we are so stoked we are going to see you and we appreciate you all doing your part to keep everyone as safe as possible during this wild time.

So much Grouplove

And see you soon


Set Times:
Grouplove – 9:15pm
Blackstarkids – 8:00pm
Doors – 7:00pm
*Set times are approximate and subject to change without notice.



About the Artist

It starts like an alarm. ‘Deleter’ is the lead track from Grouplove’s forthcoming fourth album Healer, and it is an emergency opener. It’s fueled by pounding keys, squalling guitar lines, and lightning drumming before the voice of Christian Zucconi questions everything around him: faith systems, his sense of belonging, communities, his own psyche. “All this time I thought you were a leader/It turns out you’re only a deleter.” It could be interpreted as a political statement, but it’s also highly personal. “All this time been burning with a fever / It turns out I’ve always been my healer,” is also switched in as a rhyming line, and in the end sees Zucconi and his collaborator, wife and frontwoman Hannah Hooper realizing that amid every progression and every regression you always come back to yourself for the answers. They’re already within you.

Today in a cafe in their LA neighborhood of Silver Lake, the pair sit down as two people who have experienced and borne witness to a great deal of change, trauma and growth in the past three years. You may associate the band as a beacon for positivity and optimism. They’re still a five-piece – albeit with a new...

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