6 January, 2022Print
The Factory Announces 20+ Shows To Kick Off 2022
Lineup includes performances from Olivia Rodrigo, Walker Hayes, The Revivalists and more
The Factory to focus on philanthropy and charitable awareness throughout 2022
In 2021, The Factory opened its doors, bringing an unparalleled entertainment experience to the St. Louis, MO area. A hub of diverse performances, The Factory kicked off its 2021 season with a sold out Deadmau5 show on Jul. 16, and it welcomed everyone from Midland to The Roots, Sublime to Buddy Guy, Old Dominion to Jelly Roll, and many others.
This year, The Factory will continue to solidify its place as the St. Louis area’s “Best New Venue” (Riverfront Times) with an impressive lineup that includes musical performances, sports and comedy. On Jan. 21, the LFA 122 Flyweight Championship event marks the first Legacy Fighting Alliance event of 2022. Stand-up comedian, writer, and actor Fortune Feimster, best known from E's hit show Chelsea Lately, The Mindy Project and more, will kick off The Factory’s first comedy show of the year. Comedy fans can also expect hilarious nights of laughs from actors and Saturday Night Livealumni, Rob Schneider on Feb. 18 and David Spade on Apr. 2, plus Comedy Central’s Gus Johnson on Apr. 3. Music lovers will have an eclectic mix of shows to choose from at The Factory this year. Seven-time GRAMMY nominee Olivia Rodrigo brings her sold out SOUR TOUR to the venue on Apr. 20, adding to a stellar lineup of music that includes Kip Moore, REZZ, Daughtry, Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Brockhampton, The Revivalists and many others. Additionally, in celebration of the 45th anniversary of Little Feat’s legendary live album, Waiting For Columbus, the iconic band will perform the album in its entirety on March 11. View the full 2022 lineup, here: thefactorystl.com/shows.
Located on the grounds of The District of St. Louis in Chesterfield, The Factory became the area’s first new venue built in the Midwest from the ground-up in more than 40 years. In addition to being named the region’s “Best New Venue” by the Riverfront Times, locals deemed it the “Best Live Music Venue,” “Best Concert in The Last Year (The Roots)” and “Best All Ages Venue.” It was also the runner up for Riverfront Times’ “Best Rock Club” category.
The Factory is committed to giving back in 2022. The venue connects with a new St. Louis-based charity partner every two months through its Push Up For People campaign, where patrons are able to add suggested donations to their bar tab to contribute to the organization. From the beginning of December through the remainder of January, The Factory has teamed up with The Angel Band Project whose mission is to use the power of music to provide healing, raise awareness, and promote positive social change for survivors of sexual violence and intimate partner violence. February and March proceeds will support The Kaufman Fund to support the Veteran community. Unique items from The Factory’s performers will be collected for a year-end raffle to benefit all of the venue’s charity partners.
On a national level, charity organizations such as Conscious Alliance, Sweet Relief Musicians Fund, Backline and HeadCount are promoted throughout the venue to encourage event attendees to give back. For more information on The Factory’s partners, visit thefactorystl.com/partners.
The 52,000 square foot venue was developed by The Staenberg Group. For music bookings, please contact booking@thefactorySTL.com.
Upcoming Shows at The Factory:
Fri., Jan. 21 | LFA 122
Fri., Jan. 28 | Fortune Feimster
Thurs., Feb. 3 | Walker Hayes
Fri., Feb. 18 | Rob Schneider
Sat., Feb. 19 | Randy Houser
Fri., Feb. 25 | Kip Moore
Sat., Feb. 26 | REZZ
Thurs., Mar. 10 | Daughtry
Fri., Mar. 11 | Little Feat
Sat., Mar. 12 | Excision
Wed., Mar. 23 | Glass Animals
Fri., Mar. 25 | Christone “Kingfish” Ingram
Fri., Apr. 1 | Brockhampton
Sat., Apr. 2 | David Spade Catch Me Inside Tour
Sun., Apr. 3 | Gus Johnson Here I Come Tour
Wed., Apr. 6 | The Revivalists
Wed., Apr. 20 | Olivia Rodrigo
Thurs., May 5 | Jordan Davis
Fri., Jun. 10 | Wallows
ABOUT THE FACTORY:
The Factory St. Louis is a brand-new music club built on a foundation of solid rock and roll. The first performance venue built from-the-ground-up in the Midwest in over twenty years, The Factory offers 52,000 square feet constructed specially for live music, with every detail designed for the performer and the audience. Inside, the audience will find a great view of the 60-foot-wide stage from every seat. Outside, concertgoers will find the location convenient (immediately off I-64) and safe with free, expansive and lighted parking lots. The Factory has a capacity of 3,000, but with its unique, movable partitions different seating configurations can be created — offering tremendous floor plan flexibility — ranging from 2,350-person seated shows to 610-person seated dinners to intimate gatherings of any size.
Located in St. Louis’ upscale community of Chesterfield, The Factory is one of the anchors in the new entertainment complex – The District. The Factory is surrounded by restaurants, shops and entertainment options designed to appeal to everyone. Visit thefactorystl.com.
ABOUT THE STAENBERG GROUP:
The Staenberg Group is a vertically integrated real estate development firm, which designs, develops and manages shopping centers throughout the United States. Beyond development, TSG Properties engages in the communities in which they operate through pro-bono consulting, direct philanthropic gifts and volunteering technical expertise and determination to make neighborhoods stronger, healthier and more sustainable. For more information, visit tsgproperties.com or call 314.513.1500.