Lost Stars & Day Tvvo
Lost Stars is composed of Kansas City natives Charley Holden (guitar, bass) and Damian Malnar (vocals/keys). After playing in bands together in their hometown as kids, they re-connected in 2014 at Nashville’s Belmont University and began playing together for campus showcases. Eventually, in 2016, it morphed into what is now known to be Lost Stars.
Shortly after forming, the band put out an EP called Sirens + Light, and fans began to latch on to the songs (especially the single “Legacy”). Soon they began playing shows, opening up for heavy-hitting indie bands like Coin and ARIZONA. Their sophomore EP called This Year’s Gonna Hurt (featuring songs like “This Year’s Gonna Hurt” and “I Don’t Know You Anymore”) is where the band began to hit their stride musically and started touring more across the East Coast, South, and Midwest.
When Covid-19 struck the world, the guys kept their creative juices flowing. They wrote a slew of catchy songs that were then previewed on TikTok which quickly went viral, garnering millions of views and thousands of new fans. The band’s first release of their newest music came in April 2021 with “Here’s To Being Single” which is an anthem for single people everywhere. They followed it up with three more singles, “Rocket Science”, “Pop Song”, and “Blacklist”. In 2022, they released “Dead Man Walking” & “Hoodie”, and the band plans to continue to release more music and get back on the road.
Songwriter and producer, Kevin McGroarty, is your average millennial pacing back and forth in his twenties. Caught in the tug of war between childhood and adulthood, McGroartys’ brainchild, Day Tvvo arrived as a buffer, a platform to say things he may not be allowed to – to try something one day and be allowed to retry it the next day. Lots of room for imperfection, lots of room for mistakes, lots of room to finally get it right.
Do I need a COVID 19 vaccination to attend shows in the Duck Room?
You must show proof of either full COVID 19 vaccination or a professionally-administered negative diagnostic test within the previous 72 hours. See below for more details.
Do I need to wear a mask?
Masks are required unless actively consuming food or drinks. See below for more details.
Will I be able to sit down?
Some shows have limited seating (or no seating) on a first-come, first-serve basis. Don't worry, though – you will want to be on your feet once the music starts!
Where can I buy tickets for shows at Blueberry Hill Duck Room?
Unless otherwise noted, tickets for shows at Blueberry Hill Duck Room can be purchased in advance on Ticketmaster.com, at The Pageant's Box Office (6161 Delmar Blvd, St Louis, MO, 63112), and Suite 100 at The Pageant. Tickets can also be purchased at the Duck Room door on the night of the show, an hour prior to door time, unless the show is sold out. Tickets are not available at the Blueberry Hill bar.
Are shows wheelchair accessible?
All shows at Blueberry Hill in the Duck Room are wheelchair accessible via an elevator in the Piano Room hallway. (Please call us 24 hours in advance to coordinate.) A small percentage of shows are in the Elvis Room, which is not accessible.
Whom should I contact about band bookings?
Go to the Contact Us page and select Band Booking from the category options.
Or go to https://blueberryhill.com/band-bookings/
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Do you do separate checks?
FULL COVID 19 VACCINATION/NEGATIVE TEST POLICY for the DUCK ROOM
Ticketed admission to the Blueberry Hill Duck Room requires proof of full COVID 19 vaccination or a negative COVID 19 diagnostic test within the previous 72 hours regardless of customer age. Face masks still need to be worn in the venue.
Proof of COVID 19 vaccination or a professionally-administered (physician, clinic, pharmacy, etc.) negative COVID 19 diagnostic test can be a physical paper copy or a snapshot on your mobile device, along with a matching photo ID, to display upon admission. Antibody or self-administered at home tests will not be accepted.
Pertinent information on COVID 19 documents must be fully visible and match your photo ID. Proof of negative COVID 19 diagnostic test must contain the name/information of the company that performed the test, the patient's name, the date of the test, and the result of the test.
Effective face coverings must completely cover the nose and mouth and must be worn at all times unless actively consuming food or beverages. Face shields, gaiters, and bandanas are not acceptable as primary face coverings.