Join us at the 5th Annual Daugherty Trivia Night benefitting St. Louis March of Dimes! Register your 8-person table for $160 to enjoy a night of fun!
Solo show from 7-8p
The National Blues Museum honors Big George Brock. Saturday, April 1 at 7 PM in the Lumière Place Legends Room. Featuring performances by Marquise Knox, Skeet Rodgers and Mickey Rogers. Join us for this event celebrating Big George Brock, and be a part of history.
Doors open at 6 PM. Show at 7 PM. $15 for general admission, $20 for reserved table seating. Tickets can be purchased in advance, or in person the night of the show at the National Blues Museum Box Office, 615 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, 63101. For more information, call 314-925-0016 ext. 403
Where is God in a world full of violence, corruption, and hatred? That is the question this play seeks to answer. Through a series of stories, some true and some fictional, seven actors portray a variety of characters seeking evidence of God’s existence in our daily lives.
Saint Louis natives Les Gruff and the Billy Goat celebrate the release of their latest album with the River Kittens.
Playing what is described as Ozark jazz ,Bella Donna with vocalists Liz Carney is sure to please. Coming to us from Springfield Mo.
When Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins kick off an impromptu jam session at Sun Studios, the air crackles with star power. Get up close and personal with these larger-than-life personalities in an experience that will rock your socks off! This powerhouse musical features chart-topping hits from all four performers.
BEER AND WINE SERVED ACROSS THE STREET AT THE IRISH CORNER PUB AND CORNER GATES
Come join us for our first show of the new year full of reptiles exotics and invertabrates visit one of our education tables or see Tinkerbell the T-Rex and if you see something you like you are able to purchase it if you are already a reptile enthusiast or professional we have you covered too with all the supplies and feeders you could ask for 14000 sq ft of variety activities for all ages door prizes for lucky guest and tons of fun for everyone show starts at 10am closes at 430pm live auction
Come join us and thousands of your closest reptile friends for the Show me reptile and exotics show hosted by Show me snakes there will be thousands of amazing and healthy animals to choose from.
March 22, 29 and April 5 10am-1pm
Learn everything you need to know to start knitting, and take home your own washcloth sampler and scarf
Come and learn everything you need to know to get started. We’ll make a washcloth sampler and a scarf in this class. Students will learn to Cast on (get started), Knit, purl, and cast off (finish the end). We will discuss and learn the basics of reading patterns, Needles, tools, and fiber and yarn choices.
Students can purchase their own supplies or we can purchase for them, If you want to purchase for them I can can come up with the pricing.
The Dark Room Brunch Sessions
11am – 1:30pm (No cover)
Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for “The Dark Room Brunch Sessions”. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm.
•3/5: Brothers Lazaroff “Laz Jazz”
•3/12: CoCo Soul + Mo Egeston
•3/19: Tommy Halloran Band
•3/26: Montez Coleman Band
•4/9: St. Louis World’s Fair “Gospel Brunch”
•4/16: Tommy Halloran Band
•4/23: Montez Coleman Band
You’re Invited! The National Blues Museum Celebrates its First Birthday on April 2 with Weekend of Activities
Concert on Saturday in Honor of Big George Brock & Live Music, Cake and ½ Off Admission on Sunday
Join us as we celebrate our First Birthday from 12 pm to 5 pm on Sunday, April 2. Guests will enjoy:
50% off Museum Admission
Live Music by The Green McDonough Band (pictured below; performance 12 pm – 3 pm)
Free Guided Tours (at 1 pm and 3:30 pm)
Unveiling of new museum additions
10% off gift shop purchases
Cupcakes for guests
$15 Combo Ticket for Museum and Nighttime Concert, Soulful Sunday, with Skeet Rodgers from 4 pm – 7 pm
Join us for a panel discussion reflecting on the sources, techniques and inspirations of a contemporary master of calligraphy and manuscript illumination. In addition to a presentation by artist Bernard Maisner, Susan L’Engle of Saint Louis University and Ken Botnick of Washington University will lend their expertise, with MOCRA Director Terrence Dempsey, S.J., moderating the conversation. The program marks the closing day of the MOCRA exhibition "Bernard Maisner: The Hourglass and the Spiral," and a closing reception will follow the program. Free parking is available.
Author Pseudonymous Bosch presents the final installment in his bestselling Bad Books trilogy. At Earth Ranch, Clay encountered a castaway boy, a fire-breathing dragon, and incredible magic. Now he faces his most dangerous foes yet: the mysterious members of the Midnight Sun.
QFest uses the art of contemporary gay cinema to spotlight the lives of LGBTQ people and to celebrate queer culture. The event will excite, entertain, and enlighten audiences of all identities.
An engrossing portrait of a fierce love unbroken by the forces of bigotry and hate, this moving documentary follows Víctor and Fernando, an unassuming Baja California couple who, in 2013, found themselves in the center of a social firestorm over their desire to get married. Weighing all their options, including having the ceremony performed in Mexico City, where same-sex marriage was made legal in 2010, the pair opts to stay in their hometown of Mexicali and fight for their rights. With the help of two committed attorneys, Víctor and Fernando withstand a seemingly interminable series of bizarre hurdles and bureaucratic nitpicking with grace and dignity, culminating in one of the most unexpected and emotional wedding ceremonies ever captured on film. Proving again that love trumps hate, the film is a rallying cry for equality, a testament to the power of ordinary people to become agents of change, and, above all, an unforgettable love story that touches the heart and stirs the conscience.
Advance tickets may be purchased through Metrotix or .ZACK box office. Tickets go on sale soon. Click on Buy Tickets on each film page for a direct link to purchase tickets.
Soulful Sundays: Live music from 4:00-7:00 in the the Lumiere Place Legends Room at the National Blues Museum. $10 for General Admission Tickets. $15 for Reserved table seats. Call the box office for reserved seating at 314-925-0016 ext. 403.
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