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Upcoming events

26
Aug
2018

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper

Sunday August 26

Doors 7pm // Show 8pm 

 

ADV $14.50 // Day Of $18

 

Atomic Cowboy Pavilion | 21+ unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

 

Limited Seating Available.

No Coolers. No Lawn Chairs.

For ADA seating or to reserve a party of 20 or more in advance, email us at info@atomic-cowboy.com

26
Aug
2018

08-26-2018

Zafira Quartet is not your typical string quartet. They continue to push the boundaries of the string quartet repertoire through the use of electronic instruments and special effects.

 

The latest event will explore "Rock Legends" from classic to modern rock. The great acoustics at the Ozark mean no "bad seats." This will be a musical and sound experience you won't want to miss.

 

Admission is $10 at the door. Entrance to the theatre from the side parking lot. Free parking on our private lots.

26
Aug
2018

08-26-2018

Annie and the Fur Trappers at Das Bevo

Annie and the Fur Trappers will be starting a residency with Das Bevo!  The weather is warming up, and the patio will be open all Spring and Summer.

There will plenty of room for dancing, so bring your dancing shoes!

Enjoy authentic German food, and the tap beer selection is amazing

26
Aug
2018

1st time appearance at Bobby's!! 70's & 80's Classic Rock

26
Aug
2018

08-26-2018

Birdtalker comes to the Off Broadway August 26th, 2018. Doors 7pm, show 8pm. Advance tickets $12, $15 day of show.

26
Aug
2018

08-26-2018

SATE presents NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre:

An existentialist play with a new adaptation by Alyssa Ward

Directed by Bess Moynihan

August 15-September 1, 2018 at 8PM (Wednesdays-Saturdays)

The Chapel, 6238 Alexander Drive

26
Aug
2018

08-26-2018

Violent Opposition (CA)

https://violentopposition.bandcamp.com/

 

Terminal Island (STL)

https://soundcloud.com/terminal-island

 

STONE EATER (STL)

https://stoneeaterband.bandcamp.com/releases

 

Who Goes There (STL)

 

730pm - doors

8pm - show

$7

All Ages

26
Aug
2018

08-26-2018
The Monocle

The last two years of Darling West’s musical career can hardly be described as anything but fantastic. Since the release of their second album, «Vinyl and a Heartache», they have played concerts all over the world, been listed on the biggest radio channels in Norway and appeared on the Top 100 Country charts in the US, streamed more than three million times on Spotify, booked to the biggest festivals in Norway and Americanafest in Nashville and won a Norwegian Grammy. 

 

In February 2018 they released their third album, "While I Was Asleep", on Jansen Plateproduksjon, to great critical acclaim. They haven't changed that much since the last album, but one can still hear a slightly different and revitalized Darling West. Relentless touring and playing big festival stages has served as a catalyst to give them more edge and confidence. While continuing to play their sweet Americana/Country/Folk, the music has more drive and the melodies are catchier than before. 

 

In August and September they embark on their first ever US tour, playing in fourteen different cities across the country. So grab the opportunity and go see them play. As No Depression put it: “They are a perfect example of how Americana has infected the rest of the world, and they play it with great affection.”

27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018 12:00 am
Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

Libby Reuter and collaborator, the photographer Joshua Rowan, temporarily place site-specific cairns in the landscape to mark watersheds around the area. The exhibition features seven cairns in the sculpture garden and photographs by Rowan on a video monitor alongside the installation. 

 

Featured in the Lucy and Stanley Lopata Sculpture Garden

27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018 - 10-12-2018 9:00 pm

This exhibition seeks to highlight two recent acquisitions in the context of a broad collection of textual and illustrated editions of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer from the fifteenth century to the present at the Mercantile Library. We focused on The Canterbury Tales, the Prologue and the stories about them that have inspired generations of artists, and on the important Mercantile acquisitions of the rare Caxton printing of the Tales and a nearly forgotten facsimile of the famous Ellesmere manuscript of the Tales, created in meticulous detail and brilliant color over a century ago.

27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018 - 12-11-2018 12:00 pm

Get more out of your visit to the St. Louis Mercantile Library with a free, docent-led tour, every Saturday at 11am and Sunday at 2pm. Come learn about the rich history of the Library and explore our special exhibitions with one of our passionate and dedicated docents.   No reservations are necessary, and no parking passes are needed to visit the Library on Saturday or Sunday.  Free group tours can also be arranged for other times; please call Amanda Schneider at 314-516-7281.

27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018

The Corner is a Monday evening jam session featuring DJ Nune fusing turntables with live instruments to create a harmonious blend of sound and energy on the patio.

 

The Corner is where style, music, conversation, and relaxation intersect.

27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018

SATE presents NO EXIT by Jean-Paul Sartre:

An existentialist play with a new adaptation by Alyssa Ward

Directed by Bess Moynihan

August 15-September 1, 2018 at 8PM (Wednesdays-Saturdays)

The Chapel, 6238 Alexander Drive

27
Aug
2018

08-27-2018 -11:30 pm
28
Aug
2018

08-28-2018 12:00 am
Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

Libby Reuter and collaborator, the photographer Joshua Rowan, temporarily place site-specific cairns in the landscape to mark watersheds around the area. The exhibition features seven cairns in the sculpture garden and photographs by Rowan on a video monitor alongside the installation. 

 

Featured in the Lucy and Stanley Lopata Sculpture Garden

28
Aug
2018

08-28-2018 - 10-13-2018 9:00 pm

This exhibition seeks to highlight two recent acquisitions in the context of a broad collection of textual and illustrated editions of the works of Geoffrey Chaucer from the fifteenth century to the present at the Mercantile Library. We focused on The Canterbury Tales, the Prologue and the stories about them that have inspired generations of artists, and on the important Mercantile acquisitions of the rare Caxton printing of the Tales and a nearly forgotten facsimile of the famous Ellesmere manuscript of the Tales, created in meticulous detail and brilliant color over a century ago.

28
Aug
2018

08-28-2018 - 12-12-2018 12:00 pm

Get more out of your visit to the St. Louis Mercantile Library with a free, docent-led tour, every Saturday at 11am and Sunday at 2pm. Come learn about the rich history of the Library and explore our special exhibitions with one of our passionate and dedicated docents.   No reservations are necessary, and no parking passes are needed to visit the Library on Saturday or Sunday.  Free group tours can also be arranged for other times; please call Amanda Schneider at 314-516-7281.

28
Aug
2018

Bring chairs or blankets for lawn seating and hear Biscuits and Gravy play their original country music as well as old and new covers of country, rock, pop and hip-hop songs. Food trucks and concessionaires will be on hand with great eats, cold treats and adult beverages for sale. Free parking.An ADA-accessible playground, walking path and restrooms are located nearby.

28
Aug
2018

08-28-2018

The Raw Earth "casbah-ssippi" carpet ride will bring our caravan of world music to the winter oasis in Soulard.  Beats for the feets in the heated patio will bring visions of exotic places and spaces as our sounds put you on the Cairo to Clarksdale express with numerous stops at the Afro-Celtic watering hole for "more beer".  Take a few moments to hear what the Raw Earth experience can do to warm your spirit and soul.

28
Aug
2018

08-28-2018

POETRY AT THE POINT on August 28 will feature feature poets Tara Pedroley, Denise Baker, and Markie Jo Crismon. Poetry at the Point is held at THE FOCAL POINT in Maplewood on the 4th Tuesday of the month. This reading series invites local and regional poets, and established and up-and-coming poets to share their words. The event is free. 

 

Tara Pedroley is a St. Louis poet. She took third place at the 2015 All Write Now Conference in Southeast Missouri, and has been published in the 2015, 2016 and 2017 Anthology through Saturday Writers, a local chapter of the Missouri Writer’s Guild. One of her pieces has been published in the first volume of The Tin Lunchbox, and she has won awards in the Arts Rolla 2017 Writing Competition. Tara loves children, and currently holds a degree in Early Childhood Education. 

 

Denise Baker is the author of the chapbook Eat the Apple. Her poetry has appeared in Bitter Oleander, Buddhist Poetry Review, Dunes Review, Whisper in the Woods,  and Branches. She has served as Managing Editor of Dunes Review, Editor of Labyrinth, Assistant Editor of Whisper in the Woods nature journal, Managing Editor of Indiana’s environmental magazine Monitor, and as Co-President of Michigan Writers. Denise is the drummer for Swampcat Holler and serves as Executive Assistant at Missouri Coalition for the Environment.

 

Markie Jo Crismon is a graduate student at University of Missouri-St. Louis in the creative writing program. She is bad about submitting her work and talks to her therapist about this. She has yet to write a poem about her cat. There is still time.

 

The Focal Point is at 2720 Sutton.  Parking is free in the lot on nearby Marietta Avenue or street parking. Readings start at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments available at the Maya Cafe next door. For more information or to read for the series contact Poetry at the Point Curator, Jennifer Adams at poetry.point@stlouispoetrycenter.org.