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Avril Lavigne
Phone +1 312-462-6300
Age Suitability None Specified
Categories Rock Alternative
Tags music

Avril Lavigne

Sunday, Dec 8, 2013 6:00p
Family Arena St Charles, MO

Avril Lavigne
with Backstreet Boys, Gavin DeGraw
(Please call phone number for official start time)

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Performers at this Event
The Backstreet Boys
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The Backstreet Boys were, in many ways, a contradictory band. Comprised entirely of white middle-class Americans, the group sang a hybrid of new jack balladry, hip-hop, R&B, and dance club pop that originally found its greatest success in Canada and Europe, with their 1996 debut album charting in the Top Ten in nearly every country on the Continent....
Five For Fighting
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John Ondrasik's one-man band, known for its delicate, poignant ballads and a pair of alternative hits in the 2000s. ~ Rovi
Avril Lavigne
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The Joan Jett of 2000s teen pop, who dominated the charts with an edgy, punk-inspired image. ~ Rovi
Gavin DeGraw
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One of the first rock-oriented artists signed to Clive Davis’ J Records, Gavin DeGraw won over listeners with the sensitive, R&B-leaning songs on 2003’s Chariot. ~ Rovi
Location & Nearby Info
Family Arena
2002 Arena Pkwy.
St Charles, MO 63303
(636) 896-4205
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USER REVIEWS
Jul 17, 2007 - mmelmon on The Backstreet Boys
Yes, yes, its a boy band

Really, they were better than the rest.