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Upcoming events

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 -5:00 pm
28
Apr
2018

Celebrate National Park Week at your local national park, Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site, and enjoy a free one-hour outdoor concert. 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

Returning to us again from North Carolina, this updated bluegrass will wow you!

Out door event, bring lawn chairs and coolers.

Suggested donation $12, 14 and under free

Proceeds go to local scholarships

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

PIK'n LIK'n unplugged, matinee show

28
Apr
2018

At the Ferguson Youth Initiative, on April 28th, PRIME Theater, Marygrove Children's Home and YourWords STL present a workshop performance of Unheard Voices: You Don't Know My Story. Local Emmy-award winning filmmaker, Daniel Blake Smith, casts a light on the real-life stories of the young men who reside at Marygrove Children's Home, in Florissant, Missouri. Smith skillfully interweaves the narratives, poetry, and song lyrics written by the 16 to 20-year-olds, who are preparing to live on their own. With moving accuracy, the actors of PRIME Theater breathe life into their honest and bravely written words. A live Q and A with the young men of Marygrove will follow the performance. 

The event will be free but seating is limited, so please reserve your ticket.

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$25.00

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

$25.00
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

Come for dinner at the famous windmill in the city for a FREE show with St. Louis' own Diesel Island as part of our Das Biergarten "Summer of Love" music series. Prost!

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 -9:00 pm
$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

Hoopy Loopy at Evangeline's Bistro & Music House!!


Hoopy= Lana Mae, Dancing and flowing for you viewing pleasure
Loopy= BongoJak Vs. The Loop Machine Playing all sorts of different instruments while RECORDING on his loop station

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

solo jazz guitar

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

Features performances by moSTLy TAP with live music by moSTLy Jazz.  Bring your tap shoes and join in on the open jam tunes. 

Tap Jams are the best way for tappers to share ideas and inspire one another through improvisation. All ages and levels welcome!

Come right at 7:00pm and join us for a FREE open-level tap class.  Wear tap shoes or flat closed-toe shoes.

7:00-7:30pm   FREE open-level tap class

7:30-10:00pm   Performance, Jam, and Live Music

$10 per person at the door

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$41.50
$41.50
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$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
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 - 04-29-2018 1:00 am

Columbia City Saloon hosts an evening of local original music with The Potomac Accord, Earthsol and Low Watermark for Ghosts. No cover, 21 & up.

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

The final acts comprised of bi-state area teens will compete on The Fabulous Fox stage on Saturday, April 28 for a chance at scholarships and prizes. This competition is a Broadway-style show that is FREE and open to the public.  Tickets are required and available at no charge at The Fox box office and through Metrotix.

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018 -11:00 pm
$10.00

Anna Burch (Polyvinyl Records)
Though the deceptively complex pop of Quit the Curse marks the debut of Anna Burch, it’s anything but the green first steps of a fledgling new artist. The Detroit singer/songwriter has been visible for the better part of her years-long career singing in Frontier Ruckus, or more recently co-fronting Failed Flowers, but somewhere along the way a vibrant collection of solo material slowly began taking form.

The nine songs that comprise Quit the Curse come on sugary and upbeat, but their darker lyrical themes and serpentine song structures are tucked neatly into what seem at first just like uncommonly catchy tunes. Burch’s crystal clear vocal harmonies and gracefully crafted songs feel so warm and friendly that it’s easy to miss the lyrics about destructive relationships, daddy issues and substance abuse that cling like spiderwebs to the hooky melodies. The maddeningly absent lover being sung to in “2 Cool 2 Care”, the crowded exhaustion of “With You Every Day” or even the grim, paranoid tale of scoring drugs in “Asking 4 A Friend” sometimes feel overshadowed by the shimmering sonics that envelop them.

“To me this album marks the end of an era of uncertainty. Writing songs about my emotional struggles helped me to work through some negative patterns in my personal life, while giving me the sense of creative agency I’d been searching for.”
Emerging from years spent as a supporting player, Quit the Curse stands as a liberation from feeling like Burch’s own songwriting voice was just out of reach -- an opportunity, finally, for the world at large to hear what’s been on her mind for quite a while.

 

Emily Jane Powers (Chicago, IL)

 

https://emilyjanepowers.bandcamp.com/

 

 

 

Stacey Winter (St. Louis, MO)

 

https://staceywinter.bandcamp.com/

 

$10.00
28
Apr
2018

The Peace Economy Project will hold a fundraising concert featuring the music of Motown. The concert will start at 8:30 pm, but the black bean soup and salad supper starts at 6:30 pm. PEP works for an economy based around the values of peace and justice. The organization questions the amount of money our government spends on defense.

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

An evening of storytelling originals from Barb Soetebier in an intimate, acoustic setting.  Doors open at 6:30pm.  $12 at door.  No food or beverages are served so guests are allowed to bring them in.

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

Beyonder (St. Louis)

https://www.facebook.com/beyonderSTL/

Nightmare Frontier (Chicago)

One man synth project 

Old Hand (St. Louis)

https://soundcloud.com/patrick-joseph-39

8pm doors 

830pm show

$5

All Ages

28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018

Fabricatorz Foundation announces, ONG, a celebration of music and art installations that explore the visual, sonic, and aesthetic nature of speculative futures. This “art party” reimagines a concert and gallery experience through an immersive club environment featuring DJ performances by NAAFI, the Mexico City-based experimental club music collective and label, NAAFI. The event will also feature performances by rising St Louis-based experimental hip hop artist Eric Donte, and original art installations and DJ performances curated DETH_bb.