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Upcoming events

27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$41.50
$41.50
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018 -10:00 pm

Queen of All Saints Variety Guild is pleased to present its 36th annual show, "My Horse Saved the Farm" - a musical story of struggling immigrants, romance, secrets and a failing farm.

Every year our group raises thousands of dollars to contribute to our parish, the community and benefiting charities.  This year’s show supports Woman’s Place, Turner Syndrome Society of St Louis, Gateway Hemophilia Association, and CHADS Coalition.



Show dates and times:

Friday, April 27, 7:30 pm (benefit show, includes snacks and drinks)

Saturday. April 28, 7:00 pm (dinner show*, includes snacks & drinks) $25, dinner served at 5:30 pm

Sunday, April 29, 2:00 pm (matinee includes snacks & drinks) $15

Friday, May 4, 7:30 pm (show includes snacks & drinks) $18

Saturday, May 5, 7:00 pm (dinner show*, includes snacks & drinks) $25, dinner served at 5:30 pm

*Dinner shows are catered by Genesis



For tickets, please contact our Ticket Sales Coordinator, Bernadette Valko at (314) 675-0315



Queen of All Saints Catholic Church is located at 6603 Christopher Dr, St Louis MO  63129

27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$8.00

Saint Louis University Theatre
Presents
“Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson”
April 26, 2018 – April 29, 2018
Thursday, Friday, Saturday – 8:00pm
Sunday – 2:00pm
$8 General Admission
$5 Student Admission
An infectious score anchors this fictionalized, irreverent look at the rise of our seventh president and the beginning of the Democratic party. A rowdy take on populism, politics, and policies that redefines Jackson as a rock star with a dark side. Directed by Nancy Bell.

$8.00
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$15.00

Malcolm Holcombe grew up in western North Carolina, home to some of the planet's oldest mountains and some of America's deepest musical traditions. Radio and TV fueled Malcolm's musical passions as a kid, and music became even more important after he lost both his parents relatively young.

He toured with bands and landed in Nashville, where he took up an inconspicuous station at the back of the house - the very back - at Douglas Corner, one of the city's best singer/songwriter venues. Stories began to circulate about the mysterious dishwasher with the subterranean voice and oracle-like talent. Sadly so did stories of wildly inconsistent behavior - profound sweetness crossed by bouts of stunning abrasiveness.

He flirted with an official music career. But his stunning debut album made for Geffen Records was abruptly shelved, producing melodrama that only exacerbated Malcolm's drinking and depression. A business that once had a place for complicated genius turned its back on him, and he teetered near the edge.

Moving back to the North Carolina hills proved a powerful tonic. Holcombe let in help where before he'd pushed it away. With deep faith in God and a commitment to his art, Holcombe repaired himself and his career.

And that's a pretty good nod to the effect of hearing Holcombe sing. If you've not seen him in a live setting, this is what you have to do. His presence is spooky and timeless, as one imagines it was like to see Son House or Leadbelly. No emotional stone is left unturned.
While you plan for this important experience, collect Malcolm Holcombe albums... He is cryptic, demanding, polarizing, bold, passionate and free, a combination badly needed in our time of infinite trivia. He's even more interesting for having made a remarkable journey of recovery and discovery.

- Craig Havighurst, Nashville

$15.00
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018 - 04-28-2018
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018 - 04-28-2018

Acoustic duo featuring 60's to current rock, pop, country and more.

27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$18.00

Alvvays released their second full-length, Antisocialites, this last September. The album is followed-up to their critically acclaimed debut album which received accolades from Pitchfork, NPR, Rolling Stone and more. Across its 10 tracks and 33 minutes the Toronto-based group dive back into the deep-end of reckless romance and altered dates. Ice cream truck jangle collides with prismatic noise pop while Molly Rankin's wit is refracted through crystalline surf counterpoint.

Through thoughtful consideration in basement and abroad, Alvvays has renewed its Scot-pop vows with a powerful new collection of manic emotional collage.

$18.00
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018 - 04-28-2018 1:00 am

Vintage Vibe rocking it out at The Clubhouse Bar and Grill. Bring your appetite for great food and toe tapping music. We play a variety of covers from classic rock to rocking blues. No matter, you'll be out of your seat and dancing!

27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$41.50

It’s often said that history repeats itself but in the instance of making music, a reunion of two performers will not necessarily bring about the sounds of their collective past. Grammy-winning saxophonist/composer Joe Lovano and the equally lauded guitarist/composer John Scofield are preparing another turn together in the public eye. One of the most popular groups of the early 1990’s, Scofield and Lovano have both built their own followings since departing their shared bandstand.  Since then, the opportunity to hear them together has been few and far between.  Listeners will rejoice at this rare opportunity to hear two modern masters reunite on stage.

 

$41.50
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018 - 04-28-2018 12:30 am

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).

4/6: Jesse Gannon – RSVP
4/13: Late Night with Anita Jackson – RSVP
4/20: Owen Ragland Quintet – RSVP
4/27: Harvey Lockhart & The Collective – RSVP

28
Apr
2018

Last Saturday in April: Join the Party! Independent Bookstore Day is a one-day national party that takes place at indie bookstores across the country on the last Saturday in April. Every store is unique and independent, and every party is different. But in addition to authors, live music, scavenger hunts, kids events, readings, contests, and other fun stuff, there are exclusive books and literary items that you can only get on that day. Not before. Not after. Not online.

For a full list of exclusive merchandise and a full schedule of featured events, visit left-bank.com/event/ibd-2018!

28
Apr
2018

Visit Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site and learn more about national parks during National Park Week's Junior Ranger Day. We'll have free, fun, hands-on activities for children of all ages.

At 3 pm there will be a free outdoor concert by WildHeart. Emmy® Award Winning educators and entertainers, Jan & George Syrigos make up the musical group WildHeart.  This duo captures young audiences with a strong science message exploring wildlife, habitats and natural history.  WildHeart energizes their original award-winning music with motion, media and the conservation message for a wild and unforgettable journey through our natural world. 

All are welcome. No reservations required.

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 -5:00 pm

FREE -21st Annual National Dance Week, St. Louis 

Over 50 dance troupes and hundreds of dancers including The Big Muddy Dance Company, MADCO 2, WU Dance Collective, Webster University Dance Ensemble, Ashleyliane Dance Company and Dances of India. 

NDW features a variety of dance including ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, modern disciplines, as well as Chinese, African, Middle Eastern, and Indian.

The event will also host a variety of food trucks. 

In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held at the Third Baptist Church at the corner of Washington and Grand using the Washington Street entrance.

28
Apr
2018

21st Annual National Dance Week

April 28, 2018

Saturday – 12pm

Free

The 21st annual National Dance Week (NDW) St. Louis is set to kick off on Saturday, April 28th, at Strauss Park, located at Washington and Grand in Grand Center.  The FREE outdoor event will begin at noon and will feature the 2018 NDW Honorary Dance Company, Consuming Kinetics Dance Company (CKDC).

NDW features a variety of dance including ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, modern disciplines, as well as Chinese, African, Middle Eastern, and Indian. And features over 50 dance troupes and hundreds of dancers including The Big Muddy Dance Company, MADCO 2, WU Dance Collective, Webster University Dance Ensemble, Ashleyliane Dance Company and Dances of India.

Food trucks will be one site for the event.

The Emcee for the event will be Keith Tyronne Williams, an arts educator, Keith serves as Chair of Theatre at Grand Center Arts Academy in St. Louis, MO.

In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held at the Third Baptist Church at the corner of Washington and Grand using the Washington Street entrance.

Sponsors making this free community event possible are Grand Center, Third Baptist Church, Dancewear Solutions, Dance St. Louis, Enterprise Bank & Trust, DiamondART, AudioActive Projects, Stages, Capezio, Eureka Sign and Display, Jonathan R. White Photography, Regency Enterprises, R&R Sanitation, and Warning Lites of Southern Illinois.

For more information about NDW, visit www.NationalDanceWeekSTL.com

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 - 11-30-2016

21st Annual National Dance Week

April 28, 2018

Saturday – 12pm

Free

The 21st annual National Dance Week (NDW) St. Louis is set to kick off on Saturday, April 28th, at Strauss Park, located at Washington and Grand in Grand Center.  The FREE outdoor event will begin at noon and will feature the 2018 NDW Honorary Dance Company, Consuming Kinetics Dance Company (CKDC).

NDW features a variety of dance including ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, modern disciplines, as well as Chinese, African, Middle Eastern, and Indian. And features over 50 dance troupes and hundreds of dancers including The Big Muddy Dance Company, MADCO 2, WU Dance Collective, Webster University Dance Ensemble, Ashleyliane Dance Company and Dances of India.

Food trucks will be one site for the event.

The Emcee for the event will be Keith Tyronne Williams, an arts educator, Keith serves as Chair of Theatre at Grand Center Arts Academy in St. Louis, MO.

In the event of inclement weather, the event will be held at the Third Baptist Church at the corner of Washington and Grand using the Washington Street entrance.

Sponsors making this free community event possible are Grand Center, Third Baptist Church, Dancewear Solutions, Dance St. Louis, Enterprise Bank & Trust, DiamondART, AudioActive Projects, Stages, Capezio, Eureka Sign and Display, Jonathan R. White Photography, Regency Enterprises, R&R Sanitation, and Warning Lites of Southern Illinois.

For more information about NDW, visit www.NationalDanceWeekSTL.com

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$12.00

Tickets on sale now for this one-of-a-kind madcap adventure

“The Case of the Missing Bellhop” makes its debut April 19 (through May 13), as Circus Flora transports audiences to the famous Balding Hotel – a getaway for dignitaries and nobility from around the globe. At this exclusive hotel, staff and crew have unusual skills, and people go about their business with no questions asked. But when a beloved bellhop goes missing, the Balding begins to attract attention, secrets proliferate, and questions abound! What happened to the bellhop, and who knew about it?

Tickets are bound to go fast for the madcap adventure and they’re on sale now at Metrotix.com, by calling 314-534-1111, or in person at the Fabulous Fox Theater Box Office, located at 531 North Grand Boulevard. Ticket prices start at just $12, making the Circus a memorable and affordable outing for the whole family.

Performances of “The Case of the Missing Bellhop” take place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings at 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday afternoons at 1 p.m., and on Super Saver Sundays at 5:30 p.m. and Little Top Fridays at 10 a.m. (except April 20, 2018).

All performances of “The Case of the Missing Bellhop” will take place at Circus Flora’s new, permanent location at 3401 Washington Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103. For more information, please visit www.circusflora.org.

$12.00
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 -3:00 pm

RAYN is the Gaslight Academy house band featuring 5 amazingly talented young musicians. Comprised of Keller Anderson, Sam Castro, Julian Hanson, Ava Irlbeck-Whitson, and Gavin Martin. WITH A COMBINED AGE THAT STILL DOESN’T QUALIFY FOR AARP, YOU WILL BE BLOWN AWAY BY THEIR TALENT. Expect an unexpected setlist featuring covers and as well as original material.

CLAIRE SUTTER is a next wave female talent, having started her playing career in 1st Grade! In a very short time she has already developed into that classic singer songwriter mold, rotating her guitar and piano talents, always accompanied by her powerful vocals! Claire's influences drive her style - Bastille, Circa Waves, Oddity Road, Vampire Weekend, and more! She will open this free show at 1 pm

28
Apr
2018


Neshka, Sashka, Petyo, Rumen, and Vicho will teach Vlach village dances from their homeland. They are recent arrivals from villages near the Danube, north of Vidin between Serbia and Romania. Sashka, Petyo, and Vicho danced with their village dance groups. Traditional dance music recorded in the villages will be used, played either by brass band or by village flute and drum.

 

The dance workshop will be from 1 to 4 in the afternoon, followed by a 1-hour culture session and a pot luck dinner.

28
Apr
2018

Bach’s St. Matthew Passion first moved audiences nearly three centuries ago in Liepzig, Germany.  As the climax to our 2018 Bach Festival, experience the power and intimacy of this masterpiece through Bach’s engaging account of the Gospel story.  Guest soloists include:  Steven Soph as the Evangelist, Stephen Morscheck as Jesus, soprano Mary Wilson, mezzo-soprano Kim Leeds, tenor Kyle Stegall and baritone Elijah Blaisdell.  Presented in collaboration with Missouri Baptist University as part of the 2018 St. Louis Bach Festival, presented by Centene Charitable Foundation.