KDHX is located in the Larry J. Weir Center for Independent Media in the Grand Center Arts District. The Larry J. Weir Center houses the broadcast facilities for 88.1 KDHX, as well as the Magnolia Café and The Stage at KDHX. It also contains the offices where we run KDHX.org and the Folk School (whose classes take place just down the street at 3323 Washington Avenue). 

Here are some common questions about our facility.

Q: What's the deal with the Magnolia Café? I can’t wait to check it out!
A: The café is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cafe is also open for all KDHX events at The Stage.

Magnolia Cafe serves coffee, snacks and smoothies and features weekly lunch specials. Additionally, a full bar with many local selections. The wi-fi is free, so stick around if you have time, or grab one of our to-go lunches. 

Q: I’ve got my coffee from the café, and I can’t wait to see The Stage at KDHX. What’s going on there, and when?
A: The Stage at KDHX, also located inside the Larry J. Weir Center, will feature films and concerts, as well as other educational and community events. For the full schedule and details, visit the KDHX events page.

Q: Where can I park to visit the Magnolia Café or for events at The Stage?
A: There’s adequate café parking on the east side of the Larry J. Weir Center, as well as plenty of surface lots and metered parking in Grand Center.

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These standards of integrity apply to all the content public media organizations produce and present, regardless of subject matter, including news, science, history, information, music, arts, and culture. These standards apply across all public media channels and platforms - broadcasting, online, social media, print, media devices, and in-person events.

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  • Contribute to communities' civic, educational, and cultural life by presenting a range of ideas and cultures and offering a robust forum for discussion and debate.
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September 2013

KDHX is not your typical radio station and The Stage is not your typical venue. Our intention is to provide a space for creative events that might not otherwise be able to find a home. We’re looking to book shows that have something a little different, that are a little risky and might be hard to pull off in other spaces. We especially like collaborative efforts and outside of the box thinking.

If you are a local musician looking to do something a little different or have a big milestone to celebrate like an album or video release, contact us. We might be able to work something out.

If you are a touring musician, spins on 88.1 KDHX is the best way to get booked at The Stage. Please remit recent releases to KDHX Music Department, 3524 Washington Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63103.

For booking email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

KDHX and the Folk School are known for being plugged in to the best music in town. As a result, we have connections with the best independent musicians and artists in the city, and we are often asked to help book bands, DJs, or emcees for a variety of events, different in scope, aesthetic, and atmosphere.

Booking services are available depending on a variety of factors, including budget and staff availability. KDHX is committed to paying independent musicians and artists a fair rate in exchange for their talent and helping make your event a success.

If you're interested in having KDHX and/or the Folk School curate music for your event, fill out our Media Sponsorship Application. We're sure we can find just the right sound for your event!

Underwriting announcements are brief, factual descriptions of goods or services. Underwriting announcements are aired in exchange for monetary support of a particular KDHX program or the station as a whole.  

As a non-commercial, non-profit station we depend on underwriting, and our underwriters can count on us to deliver an effective message to our loyal and intelligent listeners. Underwriting with KDHX is a great way to tell an attentive audience about your good or service. Underwriting announcements can be up to 30 seconds long.

In addition to on-air announcements, we also offer web banners of various sizes on our website KDHX.org.

Underwriting language is restricted by FCC regulation, but our underwriting executive can help you script announcements that are effective in delivering your message.

For more information about underwriting KDHX, please email our account executive at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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