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Upcoming events

28
Sep
2017

$13.00

THURSDAY 9/28

Magic City Hippies


DOORS 8PM // SHOW 9PM

$10 ADV // $13 DOS

THE BOOTLEG AT ATOMIC COWBOY // 21+

www.magiccityhippies.com

$13.00
28
Sep
2017

09-28-2017 - 09-29-2017

With three touring bands, all with their own following and notariety, and hailing from NYC, FLA and San Fran, this is an easy don't miss hardcore / punk show even before I tell you the locals.

29
Sep
2017

A celebration of Scottish Highland athletics, history, music, food and culture.

29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -7:30 pm

Artists First is a non-profit open art studio for adults with disabilities, youth with and without disabilities, and Veterans. The Union Avenue Christian Church is graciously hosting us in their Gretchen Brigham Gallery. The opening reception will be on Friday, September 29 from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Gallery hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm and Sunday, 9am-12:30pm.

29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -8:00 pm

Join the legendary Ptah Williams, Gary Sykes & Darrel Mixon every Friday, 6-8pm for an early evening set of acoustic jazz.

Reservations Recommended

29
Sep
2017

A Young Readers’ Event Presented by the Reading Garden Event Series Newbery Medalist and bestselling author of the Animorphs series and “The One and Only Ivan,” Katherine Applegate presents a funny, deep, and nuanced story from a completely unexpected point of view. Red is an oak tree who is many rings old and the neighborhood "wishtree"—people write their wishes on pieces of cloth and tie them to Red's branches. Along with her crow friend Bongo and other animals who seek refuge in Red's hollows, this "wishtree" watches over the neighborhood. When new family moves in, not everyone is welcoming, and Red's experiences as a wishtree are more important than ever.

29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -9:00 pm

In the solo exhibition "American Visions," artist Daniel Stumeier brings meticulously rendered drawings of country stars (and one art critic) into a white cube gallery setting. In doing so, he creates a conversation between “underclass” and “asthete” – squaring off the politics of rebellion against art world pretensions. The questions asked by this work are rather painful and yet so pertinent. For, what is white America’s vision of itself? Stumeier’s response is not without humor.

In Stumeier's own words, "This exhibition features intimately-scaled, drawn portraits of country pop singers and other figures rendered from cassettes, book covers, and online sources. These works are a continued examination of American popular culture—specifically that of the Midwest." This imagery reflects Stumeier's own experiences growing up in rural Illinois, his current residence in St. Louis, and contemplation of these experiences within the larger context of America’s current attitudes toward class and race."

This event is free and open to the public

29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -9:30 pm
$10.00

Saint Louis Story Stitchers
present
Pick the City UP Glo Show 2017
September 29, 2017
7pm show
$10 General Admission
Pick the City UP is about St. Louis’s urban youth and gun violence prevention.
#DROPTHEGUN #KEEPTHEPEACE
Pick the City UP Tour presents Saint Louis Story Stitchers unique brand of urban storytelling, featuring live hip hop, spoken word and story magic on public health issues St. Louis cares about including gun violence. Pay tribute, join the fun, and make a difference.
The Tour will stop at community centers, neighborhoods and cultural venues across St. Louis. Story Stitchers have performed throughout the Lou this summer starting June 3rd in Tower Grove Park, on to Make Music St. Louis in the Loop District June 21st, to the City of St. Louis Juvenile Detention Center, Mathews Dickey Boys’ and Girls’ Club, to Tillie’s Corner in JeffervanderLou, Co-Op City Market on N Sarah, Thomas Dunn Learning Center in 63118, Contemporary Art Museum, in August 3 nights of Glo Sho’s at Fringe Fest, and on to the Finale at the .ZACK in Grand Center September 29th, 2017!
Special featured Guest Artists include Raven Fox of Radiant Studio Works, Caph Guei of Afryki Lolo Dance Company, SupaNova and PurpleReign, Story Stitchers Artists in Residence KP Dennis and Jarmel Reece and the Stitchers Youth Council with Guest Producer Joel P. E. King of JPEK CreativeWorks Theatre.
Public health care resources including Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America will be available in the .ZACK lobby prior to the performance and during intermission.
For the latest details visit http://www.storystitchers.org or call 314-899-9001.

$10.00
29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017
$12.00

Rafe Williams Comedy and Old Rock House present:

• Rafe Williams & The Funny Funkn Folk •

Comedians:
– Rafe Williams
– Tim Convy
– Libbie Higgins
– Tina Dybal
– Bobby Jaycox

Music from:
– Emily Wallace
– Hazard To Ya Booty

$12.00
29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -9:30 pm
$8.00

WHAT: “Night of the Living Dead”
WHEN: Sept. 27- Oct. 1
WHERE: Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building theater, St. Charles Community College, 4601 Mid Rivers Mall Dr. in Cottleville
COST:  Free to SCC students with ID; $8 general admission; $6 seniors, veterans and students; $5 Budget Wednesdays
CONTACT INFO: Jean Deimund at jdeimund@stchas.edu or 636-922-8050

$8.00
29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017
$25.00

New Line Theatre presents Lizzie: The Rock Musical
September 28 – October 21, 2017
Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm
Thursdays: Adult = $20, Student/Senior = $15, Military/Educator = $10 (with ID)
Fridays & Saturdays: Adult = $25, Student/Senior = $20

music by Steven Cheslik-deMeyer and Alan Stevens Hewitt
lyrics and original concept by Steven Cheslik-deMeyer and Tim Maner
book and additional music by Tim Maner
additional lyrics and orchestrations by Alan Stevens Hewitt

“In the house of Borden there’s a lock on every door,
In every room a prisoner of a long, silent war.
Let us take you to an August back in 1892,
When all hell broke loose
In the house of Borden…”
– Lizzie

It’s a sweltering August in 1892, in Fall River, Massachusetts. And Lizzie’s had enough.
A prominent businessman and his wife are brutally axed to death in their home. Their daughter Lizzie Borden is the prime suspect. Lizzie’s trial is a coast-to-coast media sensation, and her story becomes an American legend. LIZZIE is ferocious, powerful musical theatre as rock concert, four women and a six-piece rock band, chock full of rage, sex, betrayal, and bloody murder, an American mythology set to a blistering rock score, a radically new American musical with a sound owing less to Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber than to Bikini Kill, the Runaways, and Heart. The show has music by Steven Cheslik-DeMeyer and Alan Stevens Hewitt, lyrics by Cheslik-DeMeyer and Tim Maner, book and additional music by Maner, and additional lyrics by Hewitt.

The New York Times called the show “a gothic rock ritual with a ‘riotgirl’ attitude … an eerie hybrid of rock club and a turn-of-the-century New England parlor. . . Presented with wall-rattling glee…deliciously watchable.”

The Village Voice talked about the show’s “lush tunes which retch sex, rage, heat, misanthropy, and incest … Surreal glee and gallows humor … Finally, a rock musical you’d wanna mosh to.”

TimeOutNY called it “a fetching, brawny rock musical.”

Show Business Weekly said, “We came for splattered red, for madness and mayhem, and Lizzie more than delivers.”


The cast of New Line’s Lizzie includes Anna Skidis as Lizzie, Kimi Short as Bridget, Larissa White as Alice, and Marcy Wiegert as Emma. The show will be directed by Mike Dowdy-Windsor, with music direction by Sarah Nelson, scenic and lighting design by Rob Lippert, costume design by Sarah Porter, and sound design by Elli Castonguay.
Lizzie contains adult language and content.
For more information, visit the New Line Theatre website.

$25.00
29
Sep
2017

$20.00

Mariposa Artists presents Charlene Reimann – Music’s What I Do
September 29 & 30, 2017
8pm shows
$20 General Admission

Charlene Reimann is thrilled to make her solo cabaret debut in “MUSIC’S WHAT I DO” at the Kranzberg Arts Center in St. Louis.  Charlene sings a unique mix of blues, jazz, standards, and show tunes to share with the audience…..something we’ve all been awaiting for a long time.  She packages up her voice, beauty, humor, and pizzazz to make this show an instant classic. Carol Schmidt serves as Musical Director and Direction by Ken Haller.  This is an evening of cabaret you do not want to miss!

$20.00
29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 - 09-30-2017

Enjoy The Grand Old Men of Rock 'n Roll's "signature sound" of Classic Rock and Power Blues...
in a fun-filled 1920's prohibition (HA!) gangster bank atmosphere serving excellent food and spirits!

29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -11:00 pm
$15.00

Heidi Burson, Nashville R&B Soul recording artist will perform at the Webster Groves Concert Hall on 9/29 at 8PM. While touring the USA, UK & Europe, she has performed in such venues as the Bluebird Cafe, 100 Club in London, BB Kings & the Rhine Senftenburg Castle in Austria and various festivals & concerts. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Check out Heidi's videos at www.heidiburson.com.  Entrance to the theatre from the side parking lot. Free parking.

$15.00
29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017 -11:00 pm

The Trophy Mules perform at The Abbey in Belleville, IL, from 8 to 11 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 29.

29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017
$12.00

BRYAN RANNEY TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM “CHANGING THE LOCKS” SEPTEMBER 29

Celebrate the new release with Bryan Ranney at Off Broadway on Friday, September 29th at 8pm. Tickets for the all-ages show are on sale now at the venue or online at NotAUkulele.com. Seating is limited and expected to sell out.

St. Louis’ premier alt-rock mandolinist, BRYAN RANNEY, is “Changing the Locks” on Friday, September 29th with a new album!

The success of Ranney’s nation-wide ‘Not A Ukulele’ Tour and subsequent crowdfunding campaign empowered the artist to spend hundreds of hours in the recording studio, crafting and perfecting 10 original songs that explore themes of Love & Connection.

“This is a record about growing up, breaking up, falling in love, and finding ways to come together,” says Ranney.

The first song on the album “Just Like Me” is now available for early download, along with a lyric video, by Harley Scoots. Fans can PRE-ORDER the album and check out the first single at NotAUkulele.com/pre-order.

On September 29, “Changing the Locks” will be available at local record stores on CD and vinyl formats. Fans will be able to download the mp3 on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play or stream songs on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, and Pandora.

Album Release Concert
Bryan Ranney: Changing the Locks
Off Broadway Music Venue
3509 Lemp, STL, MO 63118
September 29th
All Ages. Doors at 7p. Music at 8p.
www.NotAUkulele.com

$12.00
29
Sep
2017

09-29-2017

Come see Devon Allman debut his 6-piece band at this last minute warm-up gig before embarking on their WORLD TOUR!!!

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