Calendar

March/April

Due to the unfortunate effects of Covid-19, the following events for the month may be canceled/ postponed. Check with each participating business for more specific information regarding their events.

 

March 26 (Thurs): 

* Alton Little Theater (Alton) – 7:30p; Holy Laughter by Catherine Trieschmann, Directed by Gail Drillinger 

Hotshots Sports Bar & Grill (O’Fallon, IL) – 6:30p; TMA Live w/ The Morning After (590AM KFNS) 

Jazz St. Louis – 7:30p; Billy Stritch sings Mel Torme 

Joe’s Café – 8p; Tommy Halloran Band 

Old Rock House – 7p; Disco Donnie Presents and B&W Productions bring you Boogie T Riddim & Blues Tour w/ SoDown 

Red Flag – 6p; Ultra Violet ENTMT presents: Glass Mansions & Lovejoy, Reeling, Coljac YSD, Name It Now 

Stifel Theatre – 10:30a; Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic 

Sue’s Corner (Granite City) – 8:30p; Scott and Mechelle 

The Abbey (Belleville) – 7p; 15th Annual HERstory Weekend Singer Songwriter Celebration; Kim Vrooman; Robin Winslow with Gary Austin, and Elle Malancarne 

The Dark Room – 9:30p; Thursday Night Revue, featuring Blstet 

The Fabulous Fox – Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Continues thru 03/29) 

The Sheldon – 7p; 2020 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 

March 27 (Fri): 

* Alton Little Theater (Alton) – 7:30p; Holy Laughter by Catherine Trieschmann, Directed by Gail Drillinger 

Atomic Cowboy – 8p; MoRoots Pre-party w/ Spillie Nelson, ClusterPluck, & Scrambled 

Casa Loma Ballroom (Gate District) – 7:30p; Sweetie and the Toothaches 

Geo’s Wings & More (Belleville) – 7p-10p; Abigail Tate LIVE 

Livery Company – 9:30p; Cody James (from Oshkosh,WI); debut EP, “Start Climbing” (2019); Blues, Soul, Rock & Roll 

Old Rock House – 7p; The Rogers & Nienhaus Band 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 7p; Bone Thugs-N-Harmony 

Schatze’s Bar & Grill (Belleville) – 9p; Bloodshot Red 

Schmitty’s Sunset Inn Again (Troy) – 9p-10p; Steel Creek 

Silver Creek Saloon & Grill (Belleville) – 9p; Bullseye Womprats 

The Fabulous Fox – Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Continues thru 03/29) 

The Frisco Barroom (Webster Groves) – 9:30p; Miss Jubilee 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Slow Glows (OH), Big Whoop, Strawberry Buckshot 

The Pageant – 8p; Liquid Stranger – Ascension Tour: Guayakí Yerba Mate, w/ Dirt Monkey, Hydraulix, INZO 

The Sheldon – 7p & 9:30p; Trey Kennedy: The Are You For Real? Tour 

Trinity UCC (Belleville) – 6p; 15th Annual HERstory Weekend Trivia Night; All Proceeds Benefit Tapestry of Community Offerings – TOCO.  (Tables of 8 $120; Bring Your Own Snacks and Drinks; 10 Rounds of Woman’s Trivia, Raffle, Bake Sale and FUN!) Register or questions:  tocoinfo@gmail.com 

VENUE on Main (Belleville) – 7p; Jason Garms 

Washy’s Saloon (Waterloo) – 9p; Champagne Fixx 

March 28 (Sat): 

31art gallery – 4p-9p; Rock The Art Show; 150 pieces from 11 local artists including: Jared Minnick, Andy Dykeman, Kerry Smith, Maxine Thirteen, Terry Hinkle, Erik Thompson, Chris Fisher, Cadence Hodes; Kyle Heikkila, Jen Dykeman, Nicole Cooper; live music featuring Steve Ewing, Belleview, Random Fog, Matt Taul, Ian Jones 

* Alton Little Theater (Alton) – 7:30p; Holy Laughter by Catherine Trieschmann, Directed by Gail Drillinger 

Blum House (Collinsville) – 2p; Women and Their Sewing Machines: From Picket Line to Middle Class; a historical celebration of International Women’s Day. Learn about Mother Jones, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, and how local women used their labor and organizing skills to achieve economic independence. Free and open to the public 

Broadway Oyster Bar – 9p; Surco w/CALABASH.  Join us late night after Railroad Earth at The Pageant! 

Chaifetz Arena – 7p; The 14th Annual Gateway Blues Festival 

Delmar Hall – 8p; Sean Canan’s Voodoo Grateful Dead 

Enterprise Center – 7:30p; Billie Eilish – Where do we go? World Tour 

Good Weather Gallery (Edwardsville) – 12p-5p; Art Bazaar 

Grappa Growlers (Belleville) – 5p-8p; Mikey B 

Off Broadway – 7p; Brandy Clark – Who You Thought I Was Tour 

Old Rock House – 7p; Arlo McKinley 

Schlafly Farmers Market (Maplewood) – 10a; Schlafly Winter Market & Artisan Fair: local food, jewelry, crafts, art, and gifts 

Seven (Belleville) – 7p; 15th Annual HERstory Weekend Saturday Musical Soiree & Making a Difference Awards. Musical sets by Belleville based Stompbox and the Mixtapes and St Louis’ Kim Massie 

* St. Clair County Event Center (Belleville) – 8p; A Night of Legendary Rock. Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of local favorites Boulderdash featuring Boulderdash, Brewer & Shipley, Jonathan Edwards, and Supe Granda; collectively celebrating 40 YEARS of MUSIC; Boulderdash Meet & Greet, 7:15p; admission for all four bands ONLY $30!  

The Fabulous Fox – Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Continues thru 03/29) 

The Old Bakery Beer Company (Alton) – 7p; Jake’s Leg – Customer Appreciation Concert 

The Pageant – 8p; Railroad Earth Winter Tour 2020: Railroad Earth w/ Handmade Moments 

The Ready Room – 8p; Dweezil Zappa 

Uncle Linny’s Food & Brews (Pontoon Beach) – 7p; Bob and Bill 

Washy’s Saloon (Waterloo) – 9p; Well Hungarians 

March 29 (Sun): 

* Alton Little Theater (Alton) – 2p; Holy Laughter by Catherine Trieschmann, Directed by Gail Drillinger 

American Legion (Columbia) – 7p; Eppinger Foundation Concert Series featuring George Portz & The Friends of Bluegrass; a free event 

Centene Auditorium – 3p-4:30p; Kaliedoscope: A Next Generation Artist Concert; featuring the Concert Choir and Young Men’s Chorus from The St. Louis Children’s Choirs, a guitar ensemble from the Grand Center Arts Academy, students Anna Zhong, Katie He, Molly Prow and Jacob Hinton, performing together as the Sonar Quartet, which is part of the Young Artist Chamber Program, and harpist and MICDS senior Mereya Riopedre, a recent finalist in the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition; Classic 107.3 FM, “The Voice for the Arts in St. Louis” 

Chaifetz Arena – 7:30p; Lauren Daigle & Johnnyswim 

Old Rock House – 7p; The Unlikely Candidates w/ Zero 9:36 & The Federal Empire 

Red Flag – 7p; Afton Presents: STL Local Artist Showcase: Multiple artist performing of multiple genres 

Stifel Theatre – 2:30p; Sesame Street Live! Make Your Magic 

The Back Bar (Edwardsville) – 5p; Meatwood Flack 

The Fabulous Fox – Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 

The Sinkhole – Kill Their Past, Whut?, KoS, ADAAP, My Boy Ox 

March 30 (Mon): 

High Low – 6:30p; No More Sweaty Palms: Public Speaking for Creatives.  An interactive workshop w/ instructor: William Whitaker, Professor of Practice in Drama, Washington University 

Off Broadway – 7p; Nappy Roots Live 

The Pageant – 8p; Dillon Francis x Yung Gravy: Sugar, Spice and Everything Ice Tour 

March 31 (Tues): 

Alpha Brewing Co – 7p; Tuesday Night Lecture series!  Let’s Talk about Dying; Shannon McGinn-Corona Unity Hospice is on a mission to shed the mysteries on end-of-life and to change the language about end of life 

Atomic Cowboy – 7p; Aqueous 

The Ready Room – 8p; Dan Deacon w/ Ed Schrader’s Music Beat 

The Sheldon – 6p; Gallery Talk: Dr. Aurelia Hartenberger, Exhibit Curator, speaks on the new instruments from the exhibit In conjunction with the exhibit: “St. Louis, A Musical Gateway: Africa” 

Tony’s On Top (St. Charles) – 7p; Copper Reign -Acoustic Rock 

April 1 (Wed): 

Broadway Oyster Bar – 9p; Voodoo Beatles celebrating 55 years of Rubber Soul 

Delmar Hall – 8p; Ones to Watch presents: SAINt JHN – IGNORANt Forever Tour w/ TBA 

Jazz St. Louis – 11a; The Manhattan Transfer 

Off Broadway – 8p; Polica 

Old Rock House – 7p; Cherry Pools w/ support from: JET BLACK ALLEY CAT, Small Talks, MOBS 

The Pageant – 8p; KSHE 95 – Real Rock Radio Welcomes An Intimate Evening of Songs and Stories w/ Graham Nash 

April 2 (Thurs): 

Blueberry Hill Duck Room – 8p; “Love is an Art Tour”: Vanessa Carlton w/ Jenny O 

Jazz St. Louis – 11a & 7:30p; The Manhattan Transfer 

Joe’s Cafe – 8p; Fifth Annual Beth Bombara Show 

Off Broadway Music Venue – 7p; The Steel Woods 

River City Casino & Hotel – 8p; Meat Loaf Presents BAT: The Music of Meatloaf; performed live in its entirety by Caleb Johnson and The Neverland Express! 

The Ready Room – 8p; Antibalas 

April 3 (Fri): 

Hemingway’s Zen Garden (O’Fallon, IL) – 8p; Lost Remotes 

Jazz St. Louis – 7:30p & 9:30p; The Manhattan Transfer 

Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre – 11:55p; The Rocky Horror Picture Show; The shadow cast Eddie’s Teddies is performing! The musical spoof is the longest-running midnight movie of all time! 

Off Broadway – 8p; Electric Six 

Red Flag – 7p; Off With Their Heads – U.S. Tour, Spring 2020, with Slingshot Dakota, Dan Vapid & The Cheats 

St. Louis Science Center – 6p; First Friday: Harry Potter; Return to Hogwarts once more and explore the science of our favorite wizarding world. Shop from local artists and crafters, journey through the building on a special mission, and learn how chemistry connects to Harry Potter with our special guest Dr. Rebecca Lai. See Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix at the end of the evening 

The Wildey Theatre (Edwardsville) – 7:30p;  Wheels Rollin–A Tribute to Jason Aldean 

April 4 (Sat): 

Atomic Cowboy – 12:30p; School of Rock Kirkwood presents their spring preview show which features excerpts of their current programming. Their house band will be performing as well as teachers to announce summer programming 

Enterprise Center – 7p; Pearl Jam 

Jazz St. Louis – 7:30p & 9:30p; The Manhattan Transfer 

Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre – 11:55p; The Rocky Horror Picture Show; The shadow cast Eddie’s Teddies is performing! The musical spoof is the longest-running midnight movie of all time! 

Roux Royale Bar & Bistro (St. Charles) – 8p; The Double Wide Duo 

Off Broadway – 8p; The Kay Brothers 

Pop’s (Sauget) – 8p; The Four Horsemen “A tribute to Metallica” w/ special guests Conquest 

SGT Charles A Fricke VFW Post 805 (O’Fallon, IL) – 10a; 7th Annual 0.1K Fun Run: Race at your own pace (length @ 1 city block w/ water break at mid-point. Fun for all ages and sizes! Fundraiser for the VFW National Home for Children and the VFW Post 805 Troop Support Fund 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; The Tory Starbuck Project, ISH, Hands and Feet 

The Sheldon – 8p; The Steeldrivers 

The Wildey Theatre (Edwardsville) – 8p; Jake’s Leg.  NOTE: This is a rescheduled date from the JAN 11th show postponement. Tickets from that date will be honored for the new date 

Washy’s Saloon (Waterloo) – 9p; Johnny Rock-Itt and the Double Wide Symphony 

April 5 (Sun): 

Brick City Yoga STL – 7p-8p; Vinyl & Vinyasa: Tash Sultana 

Casa Loma Ballroom (Gate District) – 7:30p; The Rhythm Rockers 

Jazz St. Louis – 2p & 6:30p; The Manhattan Transfer 

Old Rock House – 7p; Stephen Marley Acoustic Soul 

Red Flag – 6p; The Left Hooks, Ground Control, Point Elm, Away From Reason, KG Roberts Band, The Plums 

Stifel Theatre – 9:30p; Bert Kreischer – The Berty Boy World Tour 

The Loading Dock Bar & Grill (Grafton) – 8a; TBL Motorcycle Swap Meet 

April 6 (Mon): 

The 560 Music Center – 7p; Helen Kaul, senior piano recital – Free Event 

The Hett @ McKendree University (Lebanon) – 8p; The ReMINDers 

April 7 (Tues): 

Blue Strawberry STL – 8p; Melissa Bishop – Stories and Songs, The Next Chapter 

Fast Eddie’s Bon Air (Alton) – 7p; DudeBro Duo 

The Fabulous Fox – 7:30p; CATS 

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Writer’s Galley: A Creative Open Mic 

The Nature Institute (Godfrey) – 7:30p; April 2020 Moonlight Hike 

The Sinkhole – 7p; Shopping w/ Automatic