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Upcoming events

22
Jun
2018

06-22-2018

This St. Louis-based all-male a cappella group combines musicality with personality as they showcase music from a variety of genres. OTM has had the pleasure to perform for organizations such as ALIVE Magazine, Caleres, Gateway Greening, Washington University, and private clients from all over St. Louis.

22
Jun
2018

The Short Round Stringband (featuring Ryan Spearman, Kelly Wells, Betse Ellis & Clarke Wyatt) will be performing their unique brand of Southern Stringband Revival music at Driftwood Music Shop in St. Charles, Missouri to celebrate the release of their new CD.

22
Jun
2018

06-22-2018
$25.00

New Line Theatre
presents
Yeast Nation
May 31 – June 23, 2018
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20
The world’s first bio-historical musical comedy, from the mad geniuses who brought you Urinetown! It is the year 3,000,458,000 BC. The Earth’s surface is a molten mass of volcanic islands and undulating waves. The atmosphere is a choking fog lit by a dim red sun. And the mighty waters of the world are inhabited only by rocks, sand, salt, more rocks, a little silt, and the great society of salt-eating yeasts – yes, yeasts! – the world’s very first life form! These single-cell salt-eaters are the only living creatures on earth, and they’re up against a food shortage, a strange new emotion called Love, and the oppression of a tyrannical yeast king. But when the king’s son ventures out of the known yeastiverse, the yeasts’ story – and ours – is changed forever.
For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.

$25.00
22
Jun
2018

Last seen at STAGES in its 1987 Inaugural season, I DO! I DO! returns to steal your heart with the poignant and all-too-true story of 50 years in the married lives of Michael and Agnes. Beginning in 1895 and ending half a century later, this two character musical version of the Tony Award Winning Best Play, THE FOURPOSTER, offers its audience a frank look at the miracle of married life as Michael and Agnes experience childbirth, parenthood, and their advancing years together.

22
Jun
2018

STAGES invites you to take a journey out of the Central Park Zoo and onto an enchanted desert isle with your favorite crack-a-lackin’ friends from the DreamWorks blockbuster film, MADAGASCAR! Join Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Melman the Giraffe, Gloria the hip hip Hippo, and, of course, mad King Julien for a musical adventure of a lifetime.

Enjoy this family fun production, filled with gut-busting laughs galore, rockin’ dance moves, and an upbeat score!

22
Jun
2018

06-22-2018

Come one, come all to Cirque du SLLAW!

 

Join the St. Louis Lady Arm Wrestlers for a circus spectacular of arm wrestling! Meet us under The Heavy Anchor big top at 8 p.m. Show starts at 9 p.m., with special guest SoulFlow, the hula hooping sensation! $10 at the door, with all proceeds benefiting S.H.E.R.A.H. (Sisters Helping Each Other Reach A Higher Height), creating safe spaces and support for women & girls of color. Visit http://www.sherahmovement.com for more information.

 

http://www.sllaw.org/

 

https://www.facebook.com/CLAWSTL/

22
Jun
2018

AN EVENING WITH SLOAN

 
Friday, June 22, 2018
Duck Room
Doors open at 7PM
Show starts at 8PM
$22 in Advance/ 
$25 DOS
All Ages / $2 minor surcharge 

 

A PAGAN PRODUCTIONS EVENT
22
Jun
2018

06-22-2018

Live Music is Better

22
Jun
2018

One of the leading soul groups our of Philadelphia in the 1970s, The Stylistics earned 12 straight Top Ten hits with songs like "Betcha by Golly, Wow," "You Make Me Feel Brand New" and "You Are Everything.” Known for their sweet, smooth ballads, The Stylistics continue to tour throughout the U.S. and Europe.

22
Jun
2018

Jim McClaren plays harmonica and guitar with song list from Leadbelly to Led Zeppelin.

22
Jun
2018

Great Saturday night in the Saloon!

22
Jun
2018

06-22-2018

Round out your Friday night with rotating list of jazz and soul influenced live acts. On stage from 9:30pm – 12:30am (unless otherwise noted).

 

    6/1: TBA

    6/8: Late Night with Anita Jackson (10pm – 1am) – RSVP

    6/15: Owen Ragland Quintet – RSVP

    6/22: The Tonina Quartet (10:30-1am) – RSVP

    6/29: TBA

22
Jun
2018

Satsang

w/ DJ Trouble

 

Friday, June 22nd

Late Show! Doors 10pm // Show 11pm

$10 adv // $13 day of

 

21+ // at The Bootleg

 

Satsang is a conscious music collective. Creating a unique blend of soul, folk-rock and hip-hop, Satsang delivers lyrics that come from and are rooted in change, growth, awareness, and imperfection. The live show is everything that the band name suggests: a gathering of people to assimilate and share their truths. The rhythms put forth by the band keep everyone on their feet, and the lyrics leave them craving active and positive change. Satsang has toured all over the country and has shared the stage with the likes of Michael Franti & Spearhead, Steel Pulse, Nahko and Medicine for the People, Trevor Hall, Chris Berry, Mike Love, Jon Wayne and the Pain, Tubby Love, and many more. 

 

Lead singer and songwriter Drew McManus creates music for his soul, fueled by the ever present task of personal growth and the beautiful life that he found in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana. Commenting on his difficult upbringing in Des Moines and residency in Chicago, McManus says, “I grew up in an environment where aggression, violence, abuse, and addiction were always present. It made me a lot of things; angry, sad, and ashamed. I hated my story and I was a slave to addiction. I tried for so long to hide from the reality of my story and the reality of how beautiful life could be.” It wasn’t until an intense spiritual experience lead Drew to break his cycle of addiction. “I had changed my entire outlook on everything” say McManus, “I began to realize that had everything not happened to me exactly like it did, I would not be exactly who/where/what I am right now.” In an effort to share his revelation with others who may be in the same predicament, Drew began to write every day. “I was flooded with the urge to write down the lessons that kept revealing themselves in this surrender. And the connections I began making with other people by making this music vulnerable and open, began to change everything.” These songs are a statement of lessons learned and a further understanding of self. “The whole story is what makes it beautiful, not just the good bits.”

 

On March 20th, 2017 the band released their sophomore full length album Pyramid(s) on the Rootfire Cooperative Label, featuring guest appearances by Nahko Bear and Tim Snider of Medicine For The People, Wookiefoot, Tubby Love, and Grammy Award winner Chris Berry.

22
Jun
2018

Satsang

w/ DJ Trouble

 

Friday, June 22nd

Late Show! Doors 10pm // Show 11pm

$10 adv // $13 day of

 

21+ // at The Bootleg

 

Satsang is a conscious music collective. Creating a unique blend of soul, folk-rock and hip-hop, Satsang delivers lyrics that come from and are rooted in change, growth, awareness, and imperfection. The live show is everything that the band name suggests: a gathering of people to assimilate and share their truths. The rhythms put forth by the band keep everyone on their feet, and the lyrics leave them craving active and positive change. Satsang has toured all over the country and has shared the stage with the likes of Michael Franti & Spearhead, Steel Pulse, Nahko and Medicine for the People, Trevor Hall, Chris Berry, Mike Love, Jon Wayne and the Pain, Tubby Love, and many more. 

 

Lead singer and songwriter Drew McManus creates music for his soul, fueled by the ever present task of personal growth and the beautiful life that he found in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana. Commenting on his difficult upbringing in Des Moines and residency in Chicago, McManus says, “I grew up in an environment where aggression, violence, abuse, and addiction were always present. It made me a lot of things; angry, sad, and ashamed. I hated my story and I was a slave to addiction. I tried for so long to hide from the reality of my story and the reality of how beautiful life could be.” It wasn’t until an intense spiritual experience lead Drew to break his cycle of addiction. “I had changed my entire outlook on everything” say McManus, “I began to realize that had everything not happened to me exactly like it did, I would not be exactly who/where/what I am right now.” In an effort to share his revelation with others who may be in the same predicament, Drew began to write every day. “I was flooded with the urge to write down the lessons that kept revealing themselves in this surrender. And the connections I began making with other people by making this music vulnerable and open, began to change everything.” These songs are a statement of lessons learned and a further understanding of self. “The whole story is what makes it beautiful, not just the good bits.”

 

On March 20th, 2017 the band released their sophomore full length album Pyramid(s) on the Rootfire Cooperative Label, featuring guest appearances by Nahko Bear and Tim Snider of Medicine For The People, Wookiefoot, Tubby Love, and Grammy Award winner Chris Berry.

23
Jun
2018

06-23-2018 12:00 am
Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

Work by the 2018 winners of the Critical Mass Creative Stimulus Award, including Kahlil Robert Irving, Adrienne Outlaw and Sage Dawson, is featured in this exhibit curated by past Creative Stimulus Award-winner Mel Watkin. Creative Stimulus awards unrestricted funding to support artists to pursue special projects, experiment with new techniques and deepen their understanding of their working processes.

23
Jun
2018

06-23-2018 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

23
Jun
2018

06-23-2018 12:00 am

Israeli born, St. Louis-based artist Edo Rosenblith will guide COCA visitors of all ages in creating a site-specific mural, blurring the distinction between artist and audience. Inspired by Rosenblith’s signature black and white wall drawings, the mural will reflect the thoughts, ideas, opinions and expectations expressed through collective visual impressions on COCA’s Millstone Gallery walls. Let Me Help You Make A Mural serves as a visual call and response that evolves over time, where the audience is invited to join the artist in creating a mural. The exhibition marks Rosenblith’s first time-based and community-collaborative work.

 

Curated by Yvonne Osei, Curator in Residence at COCA, the intention of this exhibition is to dissolve the boundaries between the artist’s private studio and the gallery space, inviting the public to become active participants in both the production and consumption of art.

 

Meet the Artist

Catch Edo Rosenblith at COCA on the following dates:

 

COCA Community Open House: Saturday, June 9, 2018, 11am – 1pm

Drawing Marathon: Saturday, July 14, 2018, 2-4pm

Drawing Marathon: Saturday, August 4, 2018, 2-4pm

Exhibition Closing:  August 25, 2018, 5:30-8:00pm

Presented by The Arthur & Helen Baer Charitable Foundation

23
Jun
2018

06-23-2018 12:00 am

Cocktails and Curtain Calls presents Neil Simon's romantic comedy Barefoot in the Park on the garden patio at the Historic Crossroads (2201 S. 7th Blvd.) in Soulard on June 21-23 @ 8:00pm and Sunday June 24 @ 6:00pm. Directed by Larry D. Quiggins. Featuring Erin McRaven, Billy Walkenhorst, Deb Dennert, Bill Blanke, Mason Brown and Kurt Knoedelseder. A catered pre-dinner by award winning Bogarts BBQ will be available for $10 along with show ticket.   Beverages are ala carte from venue bar.  Come early for the dinner & drinks. Get Tickets on Eventbrite.com or call (314) 249-7488 for reservations and info. Catered BBQ dinner tickets must be purchased in advance.

23
Jun
2018

06-23-2018

The Seize the Day 5k Run/Walk is a family friendly event which raises money to benefit The Epilepsy Foundation of Missouri and Kansas. We need your help to continue the fight to stop seizures. One in 26 people are diagnosed with epilepsy. It is estimated to affect more than 250,000 children and adults in Missouri & Kansas. Please help us win the fight for people in our community that are challenged with seizures.

 

This event features a professionally timed 5K, 1 Mile Walk, face painting, balloon art, and the Bubble Bus!