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Phone (314) 966-2739
Price $5
Age Suitability 21 and up
Categories Rock Alternative

Contagious

Friday, Sep 13, 2013 9:00p

Join us for a great night of music and dancing

Created by Highlands Restaurant and Brewing

Performers at this Event
Location & Nearby Info
Kirkwood Station Restaurant & Brewing Co.
105 E. Jefferson Ave.
St Louis, MO 63122
(314) 966-2739
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Reviews & Comments
USER REVIEWS
Dec 17, 2013 - stlramsbluescards on Contagious
New Years Eve Party Contagious - READ FIRST

RESPONSE TO MUSIC JUNKIE: I am not posting negatively. I am just stating a fact. My wife and I had a great time at the party. But it was VERY LOUD and we did not anticipate that when we were going to a Hilton New Years Eve event. I was so loud that it permanently damaged my ears and I have a loud constant screech in my head now because the BAND PLAYS TOO LOUD FOR THE 4 HOUR DURATION. Whether you get Tinnitus or not, I guarantee you without wearing high decibel hearing protection you will be damaging your ears and frankly the band really does not care. Go to www.dangerousdecibels.org and research yourself. Do we wish we had not gone last year now that my life is permanently damaged. For sure, there are other rock bands to see that do not play as loud and respect your hearing more.

UPDATE:
All I am saying is go at your own risk to the Contagious New Years Eve event. I am not saying that the event is not fun but they do not manage their sound properly to protect your ears. I will tell you that they play music at decibel levels for too long of a period that WILL damage your ears. You may not get Tinnitus, but I did from this event. If you are in your 40's to 60's you are CLEARLY risking your hearing. I hear a high pitch screech in my head ever second on my day and I will for the rest of my life. You will have a good time but pray that the next morning the ringing you may have in your ears is not permanent. Go to the web site www.dangerousdecibels.org Read for yourself and make your own decision.

Be very careful if you are a person in your 40's to 60's attending this event. The band plays for 4 hours at decibel levels that can permanently damage your ears. My wife and I and another couple (in our mid 50's) attended last year and our ears rung badly the next day. I developed permanent severe Tinnitus. I have a non stop sound of a teapot whistle in my head every second of the day for the rest of my life. All because this band does not manage their sound. I believe they left the Hilton because I filed a claim against the Hilton for not managing the event properly. Attend at your own risk. I wish I would have gone elsewhere and I wish that every second of my day as I deal with my Tinnitus. The band has never responded to my inquiries

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