This show will require proof of a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours of the event OR full vaccination for entry.

Pertinent Information on COVID-19 documents must be fully visible and match photo ID (card, picture of card, or photocopy). Proof of Negative COVID-19 Diagnostic Test must contain the name/info of the company that performed the test, the patient’s name, the date of the test and the result of the test.

As mandated by the City of St. Louis Health Dept., both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals age 5 and older shall be required to properly wear a face covering that covers the wearer’s nose and mouth while in indoor and enclosed public buildings and spaces. (Yes, this includes Old Rock House.) All guests will be required to wear a mask upon entry and while interacting with ORH staff.

We appreciate your cooperation.

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Like the steady and strong trees from which they take their name, The Mighty Pines continue to grow in stature, creating vast musical landscapes with their layered harmonies and thoughtfully crafted instrumentation. The band, which hails from St. Louis, generates a palpable vibe on their new album, Late Last Night. Produced by Steve Berlin (Los Lobos), Late Last Night stretches out with a sonic spaciousness, sliding effortlessly from roots and folk ballads to rock and soul. It also showcases the band’s growth as songwriters, arrangers, singers, and musicians. The Mighty Pines is touring nationally and has supported renowned acts such as JJ Grey & Mofro, The Dead South, Parker Millsap, Fruition and Sam Bush.

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