Calendar

May/ June

May 14 (Tues): 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; Jenna Bauer Quartet (St. Louis, MO); Jazz vocalist and artist Jenna Bauer is joined by Dave Black (guitar), Ben Wheeler (upright bass), and Willie Smith (drums). 

Fubar – 7p; Ecstatic Vision 

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 4:15p-5:15p; Georgia’s Flowers 

Jazz St. Louis – Jazzmeia Horn 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 6:30p; Mike Judy Presents: ICP “Fury Tour” w/ RittzMushroomhead, DJ Paul, Ouija Macc, & Kissing Candice 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Grandel – 7p & 8:30p; 2019 Grandel Theatre Ghost Tours Presented by the St. Louis Paranormal Research Society 

The Pageant – Second Base Tour: Bring Me the Horizon w/ Scarlxrd 

The Ready Room – Jen Kirkman 

The Sheldon – 10a; Tim Schall 

May 15 (Wed): 

1860s Saloon – 9p-1a; Music: Blues Jam Session (Hosted by Fred Pierce and Company); every Wednesday; no cover 

Delmar Hall – Uniform Distortion: Jim James w/ Amo Amo 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; Brian Vaccaro (St. Louis, MO) 

Fubar – 6:30p; Kid Sister 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 8p; Dave Matthews Band 

Hwy 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7:30p-11p; Blues Open Mic & Jam Session – every Wednesday 

Jazz St. Louis – I Called Him Morgan – A Documentary about Lee Morgan 

Off Broadway – 8p; Mike and the Moonpies 

Old Rock House – 7p; Tameca Jones w/ Samantha Clemons 

Pop’s (Sauget) – Mike Judy Presents: Shoreline Mafia w/ Dre Cannon 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 8p; Minor Storm, Carmel Liburdi (MI), Ordinary Things 

The Pageant – An Evening with: Pete Yorn; You & Me Solo Acoustic Tour 

The Sheldon – 10a; Tim Schall8p; An Evening with David Crosby & Friends 

The Sinkhole – 8p; Disparager (NY) 

May 16 (Thurs): 

Delmar Hall – KPNT 105.7 The Point New Music Showcase: I DONT KNOW HOW BUT THEY FOUND ME w/ TBA 

Fubar – 7p; Skinny Lister 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Jordan Rock 

Jazz St. Louis – I Called Him Morgan – A Documentary about Lee Morgan 

Off Broadway –7p; Lady Lamb at the Bootleg @ Atomic Cowboy 

Old Rock House – 7p; Cris Jacobs w/ Sean Coray 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 8p; Yours, Mine & Ours: Tina Dybal 

The Pageant – Ride Waves Tour: Season One; GRiZ w/ Yung BaeDwilly 

The Ready Room – Show Me Burlesque Festival – Opening Night Bash: 10 Years of Debauchery 

May 17 (Fri): 

1860s Saloon – 6p-8p; Music: Rick Green on acoustic guitar; Every Friday 

Delmar Hall – The Young Tour 2019: Parachute w/ TBA 

Downtown (Belleville) – 4-9p; Art On The Square; a juried fine art show located in beautiful downtown Belleville, Illinois. Since 2002. Art on the Square has consistently been ranked #1 and #2 in the nation by Art Fair Source Book. Featuring the original work of over 100 accomplished artists from around the world, fantastic musical and stage performances 

Evangeline’s – 7p; Blake Shaw (Iowa City, IA) 

Foam – 8p-11p; Reptaliens w/ Holy Posers, Tenant 

Fubar – 6:30p; Of Mice & Men 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Jordan Rock 

Governor French Gallery (Belleville) – 4-9p; Gesso Magazine presents: A Multiple Medium / Multiple Artists Exhibition; featuring Jonathan “Flash” Ferrara, Yuram Gal, Mark Dethrow, David CarrielKevin Trobaugh, Gary Olds, Ronald Isom, Jake Bishop, Mark Polege and others; Multiple Mediums including paintings, photography, sculpture, batik & mixed media 

Hartford Coffee Co. – 7:30p; Open Mic every Friday 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7:30p; Rascal Flatts 

Jazz St. Louis – Shoshana Bean 

Missouri Botanical Gardens – 6p-9p; Fest-of-Ale; Join the Young Friends of the Garden for the twelfth annual Fest-of-Ale! This event celebrates local beer and the region’s microbreweries bring their best offerings to the Garden for tasting. Ticket price includes a commemorative tasting glass, beer sampling, and live music. Food available for purchase.  Must be 21 or older to attend. 

MoKaBe’s Coffee House – 6p-7p; A Voyage in Visual Metaphors: From the Nile to Now; a series of visual & performing arts; Andrew Markus Bell writes & performs a series of single player one-act stage and open theater monologues combining stand-up comedy, and elements of documentary theater 

Off Broadway – 7:30p; Laren Loveless Review 

Old Rock House – 7p; An Evening w/ The Matching Shoe 

Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Friday Night 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 8p; Liquid Assets Presents: Lil Durk w/ Yella Beezy 

Pop’s Blue Moon – 8p; Edward David Anderson 

Stifel Theatre – John Prine 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Focal Point – Paddy Keenan 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Son of the Pale Youth w/ TBA 

The Ready Room – The Greeting Committee 

The Sheldon – 8p; Piff the Magic Dragon 

The Sinkhole – 8p; Seeyouspacecowboy w/ Wristmeetrazor, Transgression, Tensions Rising 

The Wildey Theatre (Edwardsville) – 8p; Martin Barre’s 50 Years of Jethro Tull celebration 

Third Degree Glass Factory – 6p; Open House; Come have an amazing experience with glass! Every third Friday with experiences for all audiences, from glassblowing demos to fire spinning, live music and more! Third Fridays are always FREE and open to all ages! 

May 18 (Sat): 

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds – Flea Market 

Cutter’s (Belleville) – 9p; Superjam 

Delmar Hall – Betty Who w/ TBA 

Downtown (Belleville)  7:30a-12p; Old Town Farmers Market; locally grown produce, meats, honey, jams & jellies, baked goods, flowers, plants & live music; every Saturday through 11/02 

Downtown (Belleville) – 11a-9p; Art On The Square; a juried fine art show located in beautiful downtown Belleville, Illinois. Since 2002. Art on the Square has consistently been ranked #1 and #2 in the nation by Art Fair Source Book. Featuring the original work of over 100 accomplished artists from around the world, fantastic musical and stage performances 

Evangeline’s – 7p-11p; Don Bailey and The Bob Band (Millstadt, IL); “Literate, rural-tinged imagery that powers the best of Americana.” –L. Kent Wolgamott-Focus, LINCOLN NEBRASKA STAR 

Foam – 9p-11:45p; Justin Ra w/ the Lizardtones, Ryan Silver 

Fubar – 7p; Inter Arma 

Fubar Lounge – 6:30p; Lightbringer 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Jordan Rock 

Game 6 Honky Tonk Joint – 9p; Jacob Hackworth 

Governor French Gallery (Belleville) – 11a-9p; Gesso Magazine presents: A Multiple Medium / Multiple Artists Exhibition; featuring Jonathan “Flash” Ferrara, Yuram Gal, Mark Dethrow, David CarrielKevin Trobaugh, Gary Olds, Ronald Isom, Jake Bishop, Mark Polege and others; Multiple Mediums including paintings, photography, sculpture, batik & mixed media 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7p; Sammy Hagar and The Circle 

Intersect Arts Center – 6p-9p; Digraph exhibition curated by Sarah Bernhardt Opening Reception 

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 12p-5p; Artists in the Spotlight 

Jazz St. Louis – Shoshana Bean 

Mikey’s Pub (Smithton) – 9p; Hypertension 

Mineral Springs Hotel (Alton) – 11a-4p; Spring 2019 Psychic and Crystal Fair; the Riverbend’s largest new age and metaphysical event in the haunted and historic Mineral Springs Hotel! Mediums, intuitives, readers, psychics, crafts, jewelry makers and so much more will be available all weekend! Hosted by It’s Raining Zen 

Off Broadway – 7p; Spectator Album Release Show w/ Le’ Ponds 

Old Rock House – 9p; GMB Presents: Dieselboy 

* Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Saturday Night 

Pop’s Blue Moon – 1p; M O O N F E S T Celebrating 20 Years 

The Big Top – 1p; 8th Annual Lupulin Carnival 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Focal Point –Missouri Rounders 

The Ready Room – Colter Wall 

May 19 (Sun): 

1860s Saloon – 2p-6p; Music: Fred Pierce and Company; every Sunday; no cover 

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds – Flea Market 

Delmar Hall – Monster Energy Outbreak Tour and Disco Donnie Presents: Slushii w/ Nitti Gritti 

Downtown (Belleville) – 11a-5p; Art On The Square; a juried fine art show located in beautiful downtown Belleville, Illinois. Since 2002. Art on the Square has consistently been ranked #1 and #2 in the nation by Art Fair Source Book. Featuring the original work of over 100 accomplished artists from around the world, fantastic musical and stage performances 

Evangeline’s – 11:30a-2:30p; HOT SWING JAZZ BRUNCH with MISS JUBILEE4p-6:30p; Leslie Sanazaro Piano Recital7p-8:30p; Violet Bell (Durham, NC) 

Foam – 8p-11p; Union Specific (TX) w/ Le’Ponds, Sister Wizzard 

Fubar – 7p; The Queers 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Jordan Rock 

Governor French Gallery (Belleville) – 11a-5p; Gesso Magazine presents: A Multiple Medium / Multiple Artists Exhibition; featuring Jonathan “Flash” Ferrara, Yuram Gal, Mark Dethrow, David CarrielKevin Trobaugh, Gary Olds, Ronald Isom, Jake Bishop, Mark Polege and others; Multiple Mediums including paintings, photography, sculpture, batik & mixed media 

Mineral Springs Hotel (Alton) – 11a-4p; Spring 2019 Psychic and Crystal Fair; the Riverbend’s largest new age and metaphysical event in the haunted and historic Mineral Springs Hotel! Mediums, intuitives, readers, psychics, crafts, jewelry makers and so much more will be available all weekend! Hosted by It’s Raining Zen 

Molly’s in Soulard – 11:30a-2:30p; You, Me and Dougie; Every Sunday 

Off Broadway – 12:30p; Nick Gusman and the Coyotes in Broad Daylight 

Old Rock House – 12p; School Of Rock St. Louis 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Pageant – The I’m A Survivor Benefit Concert – (Proceeds benefit Orlando Watson’s I’m A Survivor Cancer Foundation); Al B. Sure w/ TBA 

The Ready Room – The Sh-Booms 

The Sheldon – 3p; James Carter w/ the Peter Martin Trio 

The Sinkhole – 7p; One Step Closer w/ Crafter, Time & Pressure, Soul Craft, Tell Lies 

May 20 (Mon): 

Delmar Hall – Wasteland Tour 2019: Riverside w/ TBA 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; St. Louis OPEN MIC & JAM hosted by Shamus McFerson 

Foam – 9p-11:30p; The Hussy w/ S#%tstorm, Big Pig 

Fubar – 7p; WE Are The Asteroid: (feat. Former members of Ed Hall, Pain Teens and Butthole Surfers) with special guests CANI SCIORRI (noise rock trio from Fossano Italy), THE CONFORMISTS, KILVEREZ. THIS IS AN ALL AGES SHOW 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 10p; The Comedy Shipwreck Open Mic 

The Pageant – The Trauma Tour: I Prevail w/ Issues, Justin Stone 

The Sheldon – 7:30p; The Power of Theater 

May 21 (Tues): 

Foam – 8p-11p; The Mercury Tree w/ Ish, Human Monster 

Fubar – 6:30p; The Showcase Tour 

Old Rock House – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Black Pistol Fire 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; The Pit Stop Comedy 

The Pageant – 105.7 The Point welcomes: The Hives, Refused 

May 22 (Wed): 

1860s Saloon – 9p-1a; Music: Blues Jam Session (Hosted by Fred Pierce and Company); every Wednesday; no cover 

Delmar Hall – KSHE 95 Presents: A Benefit Concert to Support Spirit Of Discovery Park w/ Damon Johnson, The Black Moods, Special Guest Appearance by Andy Schmidt of STIR 

Evangeline’s – 7p-9p; Cassandra Elese (Austin, TX) 

Fubar – 6:30p; Texas Hippie Coalition 

Hwy 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7:30p-11p; Blues Open Mic & Jam Session – every Wednesday 

Jazz St. Louis – Lamar Harris | An Evening of Philly Soul 

Off Broadway – 8p; Tav Falco’s Panther Burns 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

May 23 (Thurs): 

Delmar Hall – Basement w/ Nothing, Gouge Away 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; Chris “Luppy” Swan Piano Recital 

Foam – 9p-12a; The Spirit of the Beehive w/ Strange Ranger, Joss Barton, Camp Counselor, Swollen 

Fubar – 6:30p; Beasto Blanco 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7:30p; The Who 

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 6:30p-7:30p; JAC Dance Program Recital 

Jazz St. Louis – Lamar Harris | An Evening of Philly Soul 

Off Broadway – 7p; The Cactus Blossoms 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 7p; Black Market Media Group Presents: CASKEY w/ Jordan Baumstark, Trenton P, and Solider B 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 8p; Fighting Side, Good Morning Bedlam (MN), Hollow Ends, R. Kittens 

The Ready Room – Bad Wolves 

The Sheldon – 7:30p; DGS V 

May 24 (Fri): 

1860s Saloon – 6p-8p; Music: Rick Green on acoustic guitar; Every Friday 

Foam – 8p-11p; JJW w/ Magu, Lobby Boxer, the Sigmund Frauds 

Fubar – 6:30p; Struggle Jennings 

Hartford Coffee Co. – 7:30p; Open Mic every Friday 

Jazz St. Louis – Lamar Harris | An Evening of Philly Soul 

Off Broadway – 7p; Tacocat! 

Old Rock House – 9p; GMB Presents: Raising The Bar 4 

Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Friday Night 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 6p; Mike Judy Presents: Avatar – Country World Tour w/ Devin Townsend (Acoustic), Dance With The Dead, and ’68 

Schlafly Bottleworks (Maplewood) – 5p-10p; Schlafly Art Outside Festival; “Like beer, art brings people together… We aim to raise awareness and appreciation of art and music created in our very own community. We feature artists you’ve never heard of and deliver a family-friendly experience you won’t find anywhere else. Get closer to 15,000 of your neighbors and get to know art without pretense.” Music by The Bronx Cheers, The Potomac Accord, Elliot Pearson & the Passing Lane 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Let’s Not, Qstreet 

The Pageant – Kandi Koated Entertainment Presents: Welcome To The Dungeon w/ Tamar Braxton, Trina 

The Ready Room – THAT 90s JAM || Memorial Day Weekend Edition; Ages 21+ 

May 25 (Sat): 

Cutter’s (Belleville) – 9p; Cruzin 66 Band 

Downtown (Belleville)  7:30a-12p; Old Town Farmers Market; locally grown produce, meats, honey, jams & jellies, baked goods, flowers, plants & live music; every Saturday through 11/02 

Evangeline’s – 7p-11p; Jim Manley Band (St. Louis, MO) 

Fubar – 6:30p; Afton Live Music Showcase 

Game 6 Honky Tonk Joint – 9p; Flatliner 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 12p; KPNT 105.7 The Point presents Pointfest: Live – The Band, SeetherCoheed and Cambria, Fuel & Filter and many more 

Jazz St. Louis – Lamar Harris | An Evening of Philly Soul 

Loretto-Hilton Center @Webster University – 8p; Opera St Louis presents “The Marriage of Figarro 

* Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Saturday Night 

Schlafly Bottleworks (Maplewood) – 11a-10p; Schlafly Art Outside Festival; “Like beer, art brings people together… We aim to raise awareness and appreciation of art and music created in our very own community. We feature artists you’ve never heard of and deliver a family-friendly experience you won’t find anywhere else. Get closer to 15,000 of your neighbors and get to know art without pretense.” Music by Foggy Memory Boys, Naked Groove, Leslie Sanzaro & Friends, Les Gruss & the Billygoat, Bruiser Queen, Middle Class Fashion 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; 80’s Prom Night 

The Ready Room – Snow Tha Product – Goin Off Tour 

The Sinkhole – 8:30p; Decomposer w/ Maniacal Force, Gorbza, Lightning Wolf 

The Wildey Theatre (Edwardsville) – Jeremiah Johnson w/ special guest Amanda Fish 

May 26 (Sun): 

1860s Saloon – 2p-6p; Music: Fred Pierce and Company; every Sunday; no cover 

Evangeline’s – 11:30a-2:30p; HOT SWING JAZZ BRUNCH featuring Miss Jubilee 

Fubar – 6p; Michael Angelo Batio 

Jazz St. Louis – Lamar Harris | An Evening of Philly Soul 

Molly’s in Soulard – 11:30a-2:30p; You, Me and Dougie; Every Sunday 

Schlafly Bottleworks (Maplewood) – 11a-4p; Schlafly Art Outside Festival; “Like beer, art brings people together… We aim to raise awareness and appreciation of art and music created in our very own community. We feature artists you’ve never heard of and deliver a family-friendly experience you won’t find anywhere else. Get closer to 15,000 of your neighbors and get to know art without pretense.” Music by The Bottlesnakes, River Kittens, Cara Louise Band 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

The Fabulous Fox Theatre – Come From Away 

The Ready Room – Throwbacks & Cocktails With Yung Joc & Dj Unk; Ages 21+ 

May 27 (Mon): 

Downtown (Belleville) – 10a-11a; Memorial Day Parade; North 3rd Street and Main to Mascoutah Avenue to Walnut Hill Cemetery 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; St. Louis OPEN MIC & JAM hosted by Shamus McFeron 

Fubar – 6p; Crazy Town – “20 Year Anniversary Tour” 

Fubar Lounge – 6p; The Convalescence 

Laderman Park (Belleville) – 8:45a-9:45a; Trail Life Troop IL-0078 The Legacy Memorial Day 5K 

The Heavy Anchor – 10p; The Comedy Shipwreck Open Mic 

May 28 (Tues): 

Delmar Hall – The Maine w/ Grayscale 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; PAT JOYCE (St. Louis, MO) 

Foam – 7p-11p; Kharma w/ Kill Their Past, Brute Force, Soul Craft 

Fubar – 6p; Famous Last Words 

Off Broadway – 7p; Combo Chimbita 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Shut Up During the Movie! Local comics heckling bad movies 

The Sheldon – 7:30p; The Steve Schenkel Trio with Kim Fuller 

May 29 (Wed): 

1860s Saloon – 9p-1a; Music: Blues Jam Session (Hosted by Fred Pierce and Company); every Wednesday; no cover 

Delmar Hall – The Damned w/ The Detroit Cobras performing “Machine Gun Etiquette” in its entirety + more 

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; TEXAS LOWDOWN BLUES SHOWCASE 

Fubar – 6p; Oceano; 7p; The 5,6,7,8’s 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Rob Durham 

Hwy 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7:30p-11p; Blues Open Mic & Jam Session – every Wednesday 

Missouri Botanical Gardens – Whitaker Music Festival: Old Souls Revival; Music begins at 7p; Last entry at 8:30p. Free admission after 5p. The Children’s Garden remains open with free admission from 5 to 7 p.m. The open-air Whitaker Music Festival presents free Wednesday evening concerts under the stars every summer. The festival is funded by the Whitaker Foundation, which supports St. Louis arts and parks to promote common heritage, celebrate diversity and encourage vitality within the community. Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic supper, baskets or coolers. Please limit glass. Picnic fare, beer, wine, soda and sno-cones are also available for purchase on-site. 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 6p; Mike Judy Presents: Oceano w/ Angelmaker, Prison, Cambion 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

The Firebird – The Dangerous Summer; Have Mercy; Modern Chemistry 

The Heavy Anchor – 8p; Sorry, Please Continue 

May 30 (Thurs): 

Fubar – 7p; T.S.O.L. 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Rob Durham 

Game 6 Honky Tonk Joint – 7p; Cody Tyler and Joshua Allen 

Halo Bar – Ellen Hilton Cook (Immediately following Amanda Palmer at The Pageant) 

Old Rock House – 7p; Kelly Finnigan & The Atonements 

South Grand (StL) – 5:30p; South Grand Art Walk; 15 local artists at 15 local businesses that support the arts 

The Marcelle – 8p; New Line Theatre Presents: Be More Chill 

The Pageant – There Will Be No Intermission Tour: An Evening w/ Amanda Palmer 

The Sinkhole – 9p; The Woolly Bushmen w/ Pono AM, Beach Bodies, Sunset Over Houma 

May 31 (Fri): 

1860s Saloon – 6p-8p; Music: Rick Green on acoustic guitar; Every Friday 

Carondelet Park (StL) – The Big Glamp; hosted by Strange Folk Festival 

Downtown (Belleville) – 7:30p-10p; Ainad Shriner’s Parade 

Fubar – 7p; Nashville P#%*y, Guitar Wolf, The Turbo A.C.’s 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Rob Durham 

Hartford Coffee Co. – 7:30p; Open Mic every Friday 

Loretto-Hilton Center @Webster University – 8p; Opera St Louis presents “The Marriage of Figarro 

Off Broadway – 7p; Orphan Welles, The Cordial Sins (OH),North by North, Fluorescent 

Old Rock House – 9p; Downlink – The Doom System Tour 

Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Friday Night 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 7p; It Goes Up Tour 2019: Tech N9ne w/ Krizz KalikoDax, Mayday, Ubi of Ces Cru, and ATG 

Pop’s Blue Moon – 9p; Exmag 

Stifel Theatre – Tom Segura: Take It Down Tour 

The Focal Point – Lonesome Pines 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Vulture Culture (Album Release), The Slow Boys, Dutch Courage 

The Pageant – Live Nation Presents: Take It Down Tour (Late Show) Tom Segura w/ TBA 

The Ready Room – Howie Day 

The Sheldon – 8p; Midwest Avengers 

The Stage @ KDHX – 8p; Town Mountain 

The Wildey Theatre (Edwardsville) – 8p; Thunderstruck: America’s AC/DC Tribute 

Union United Methodist Church (Belleville) – 6:15p-7:30p; Belleville Shriner’s Run 

June 1 (Sat): 

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds – Shriner’s Circus 

Carondelet Park (StL) – The Big Glamp; hosted by Strange Folk Festival 

Delmar Hall – Sean Canan’s Voodoo Players & Brothers Lazaroff present: Tangled Up in Lou – Bob Dylan Birthday Celebration 

Downtown (Belleville)  7:30a-12p; Old Town Farmers Market; locally grown produce, meats, honey, jams & jellies, baked goods, flowers, plants & live music; every Saturday through 11/02 

Fubar Lounge – 5:30p; Agitate The Airwaves Birthday Debauchery 2 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Rob Durham 

Game 6 Honky Tonk Joint – 9p; Lick Creek 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7p; Dierks Bentley, Jon Pardi & Tenille Townes 

Loretto-Hilton Center @Webster University – 8p; Opera St Louis presents “Rigaletto 

Missouri Botanical Gardens – 9a-4p; Green Living Festival; Help your family live green! Join us for a hands-on, day-long festival of learning, playing, and engaging with people of all ages and backgrounds with an interest in sustainable, healthy lifestyles. Explore the links between sustainability, energy efficiency, conservation at home and a healthy environment. Talk with green product and service exhibitors and learn more about home improvement and healthy homes. Hosted by the EarthWays Center, the festival features local foods and spirits, and children can enjoy activities such as recycled art projects, solar model cars and solar oven s’mores. Workshops throughout the day share the many ways that plants, air, water, soil and energy sustain our homes, our health and our planet. The festival will be held rain or shine. 

Old Rock House – 7p; The Stone Sugar Shakedown 

* Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Saturday Night 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 6:30p; Pop’s Presents: $3 Slamdown w/ Ending Orion, Warheadd, The RictersFrago, Are You In? 

Riverfront Amphitheater (Alton) – 6a-7p; Tour De Cure; Join over 1,000 cyclists, in the fight to stop diabetes, at the Alton Riverfront Amphitheater. Choose to ride 10 (family fun), 30, 50, 62 or 100 miles on routes that will take you through beautiful rural Illinois with various terrains, from flat to moderate rolling hills. Cyclists of all ages can find a route that suits them in this well-supported ride. Rest stops are located approximately every 10 miles and are stocked with water, snacks, beverages and first aid. Support vehicles patrol the routes for your assistance and safety. 

Seven (Belleville) – Margaritaville on Main 

The Focal Point – Anne Hills 

The Pageant – Tig Notaro w/ TBA 

The Sinkhole – 6p; Listener & Birds in Row 

The Stage @ KDHX – 8p; Hobo Cane Album Release w/ Javier Mendoza 

June 2 (Sun): 

1860s Saloon – 2p-6p; Music: Fred Pierce and Company; every Sunday; no cover 

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds – Shriner’s Circus 

Carondelet Park (StL) – The Big Glamp; hosted by Strange Folk Festival 

Delmar Hall – Reckless Kelly w/ TBA 

Fubar – 7p; Ten Foot Pole 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Rob Durham 

 Molly’s in Soulard – 11:30a-2:30p; You, Me and Dougie; Every Sunday 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

June 3 (Mon): 

Ignite Theatre – Bonfire Summer Camp Session One: Open to performers entering Kindergarten-4th Grade; Pet owners, Roger and Anita, live happily in London with their Dalmatians, Pongo and Perdita, stalwart dogs devoted to raising their puppies. Everything is quiet until Anita’s former classmate, the monstrous Cruella De Vil, plots to steal the puppies for her new fur coat. The Dalmatians rally all the dogs of London for a daring rescue of the puppies from Cruella and her bumbling henchmen. Camp meets daily, Monday – Friday 9am-4pm Sat show; No Audition Required! 

Foam – 9p-11:45p; Terminator 2 (TX) w/ Chalked Up, Who Goes There 

Fubar – 6p; Waking The Cadaver 

June 4 (Tues): 

Fubar – 7p; Cloven Hoof 

Fubar Lounge – 7p; NOISEM 

Ignite Theatre – Bonfire Summer Camp Session One: Open to performers entering Kindergarten-4th Grade; See description on 06/03 

Old Rock House – 7p; Kiefer Sutherland with Guest TBA 

Stifel Theatre – Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. Tour 

The Ready Room – My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult 

June 5 (Wed): 

1860s Saloon –9p-1a; Music: Blues Jam Session (Hosted by Fred Pierce and Company); every Wednesday; no cover 

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 8p; Adam Sandler 

Hwy 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7:30p-11p; Blues Open Mic & Jam Session – every Wednesday 

Ignite Theatre – Bonfire Summer Camp Session One: Open to performers entering Kindergarten-4th Grade; See description on 06/03 

Jazz St. Louis – John Pizzarelli Trio with Catherine Russell: Billie & Blue Eyes 

Loretto-Hilton Center @Webster University – 8p; Opera St Louis presents “Rigaletto 

Missouri Botanical Gardens – Whitaker Music Festival: Terence Blanchard; Presented in partnership with Opera Theatre of St. Louis; Music begins at 7p; Last entry at 8:30p. Free admission after 5p. The Children’s Garden remains open with free admission from 5 to 7 p.m. The open-air Whitaker Music Festival presents free Wednesday evening concerts under the stars every summer. The festival is funded by the Whitaker Foundation, which supports St. Louis arts and parks to promote common heritage, celebrate diversity and encourage vitality within the community. Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnic supper, baskets or coolers. Please limit glass. Picnic fare, beer, wine, soda and sno-cones are also available for purchase on-site. 

Off Broadway – 7p; Twangfest 23 Night 1: Craig Finn + The Uptown Controllers with The Delines 

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic 

The Pageant – Ilana Glazer w/ TBA 

June 6 (Thurs): 

Fubar Lounge – 7p; Immortal Bird  

Game 6 Honky Tonk Joint – 9p; Dirt Road Revival 

Ignite Theatre – Bonfire Summer Camp Session One: Open to performers entering Kindergarten-4th Grade; See description on 06/03 

Jazz St. Louis – John Pizzarelli Trio with Catherine Russell: Billie & Blue Eyes 

Off Broadway – 7p; Twangfest 23 Night 2: James McMurtry with The Burney Sisters 

Old Rock House – 7p; Ana Popovic with Oddslane 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Boondoggle: Episode 12 – Dusk in the City 

The Ready Room – Scrantonicity 

The Sheldon – 7:30p; St. Louis Sound Live Finals Event 

The Wildey Theatre (Edwardsville) – 8p; An evening with Roger McGuinn 

June 7 (Fri): 

1860s Saloon – 6p-8p; Music: Rick Green on acoustic guitar; Every Friday 

Blueberry Hill Duck Room – An Evening w/ Tom Russell 

Fubar – 6:30p; Aaron West & The Roaring Twenties 

Funny Bone (St. Louis) – Guy Torry June 7&8 

Hartford Coffee Co. – 7:30p; Open Mic every Friday 

Ignite Theatre – Bonfire Summer Camp Session One: Open to performers entering Kindergarten-4th Grade; See description on 06/03 

Jazz St. Louis – John Pizzarelli Trio with Catherine Russell: Billie & Blue Eyes 

Off Broadway – 7p; Twangfest 23 Night:3 Sarah Shook& the Disarmers 

Papa Vito’s Downtown (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Live Music every Friday Night 

The Focal Point – Richard Smith 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Saint Zosima, Lumet, Sensor Shake 

The Pageant – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue w/ TBA