Busch Stadium will feel like Home Sweet Home when Mötley Crüe comes to town. It will be mass Hysteria because Def Leppard will also take the stage that night. You won't have Nothin' But A Good Time when Poison joins in on the party. As if that wasn’t enough, you'll be singing I Love Rock 'N Roll all night, as Joan Jett and the Blackhearts will round out this incredible lineup!
Concerts this good just Don’t Happen Twice, or do they? Kenny Chesney will be the first artist to play Busch Stadium III twice. You’ll Get Your Shine On as well because Florida Georgia line will be Cruise(ing) up to Busch Stadium to join Kenny. How can we Make It Sweet(er)? Old Dominion is joining the party, along with Michael Franti! Don’t Blink St. Louis, or you may miss it. You’ll want to be here When the Sun Goes Down!
Ed Sheeran made his debut at Busch Stadium on September 6, 2018. Fans were Thinking (and singing) Out Loud to some of Ed's biggest hits. Special guests Snow Patrol and Anne-Marie also performed.
Luke Bryan made his Busch Stadium debut on Saturday, August 25th. Sam Hunt performed too! There wasn't any Heart Ache On The Dance Floor because Jon Pardi joined the party! Morgan Wallen and DJ Rock also performed!
Don't Stop Believin' St. Louis! Mass Hysteria took over on Friday, August 24th, 2018 when Journey and Def Leppard came to Busch Stadium! Special guest Cheap Trick also appeared.
Legendary musician Billy Joel performed at Busch Stadium on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at 8:00 p.m. This performance was Billy Joel's first ever solo stadium appearance in St. Louis.
Nine-time Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum band Metallica performed at Busch Stadium on Sunday, June 4, 2017. This marked their first return to St. Louis since playing at Scottrade Center in 2008.
Paul McCartney's "One On One" 2016 tour hit Busch Stadium on Saturday, August 13, 2016 at 8pm. Playing his first area show since 2012, Paul joined the Gateway City celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' play at the hallowed ground of the old Busch Stadium in 1966.
Dave Matthews Band with special guests The Black Crowes christened the new ballpark as a downtown outdoor concert venue at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 7, 2008. With the majestic Gateway Arch and downtown St. Louis serving as a backdrop beyond the outfield walls, Dave Matthews Band performed to an audience of 30,000-plus, creating a memorable night for concertgoers and the bands alike.