October offers something special for everyone, changing seasons, vibrant colors and darker days. So it's only fitting that this month's Not So Quiet! concert celebrates horror rock music by welcoming Dracla on October 18 at 7 p.m. in Central Library's Auditorium, 1301 Olive Street.
Named in 2017 by the RFT as one of the STL 77 bands who truly represent St. Louis' stellar music scene, Dracla remarkably has only been incarnate since 2015, killing audiences with both their amazing showmanship and incredible original music.
Typical of any band, you come to any concert for two reasons; 1) the band is incredible to see live and 2) the lead singer is a vampire. Per Dracla's request, no fans shall be admitted with crossbows, crosses (flaming or otherwise), garlic necklaces, wooden stakes, and/or sanctified vessels of Holy water. However, flash photography is permissible.
Due to graphic language and strong adult themes, anyone under 18 years old must be accompanied by a guardian at the show, first come-first served, no reservation required. Doors to the auditorium open to the public at 6:30 p.m. and the show will begin promptly at 7 p.m.
Check out some of Dracla's music here: https://dracla.bandcamp.com/releases
**Special Guest - Horror author Delia Remington will be in the auditorium lobby signing her internationally celebrated novel "In the Blood," which won the Silver Stake in the International Vampire Film and Arts Festival in Sighisoara, Romania. She also wrote "Out for Blood" and "Trial by Blood."