Calendar

July/ August

July 3 (Wed):

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

Alton Amphitheater (Alton) – 5p-10p; Alton Fireworks Spectacular

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; Robert Randolph & The Family Band

Chesterfield Amphitheater (Chesterfield) – 5:30p; Dark Star Orchestra

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

Pop’s Concert Venue (Sauget) – 6p; August Burns Red: 10 Years of Constellations Tour

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

 July 4 (Thurs):

1860s Saloon – 6p; Andrew Dahle

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; Tab Benoit

Frontier Park (St. Charles) – 2:30p; Ticket To The Beatles at St. Charles MO Riverfest

Glik Park (Highland) – 4p; July 4th Fireworks Celebration

Godfrey – 5p; Family Fun Fest; Let your colors burst with an evening full of fun and fireworks! Festivities will begin at 5pm and continue through to the fireworks display around 9:15pm.

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 11a; 4th of July Picnic; ‘Join us for an Independence Day picnic! We will have live music 2p-6p by Bud Summers, BBQ food specials, and yard games!

January-Wabash Park (Ferguson) – 10a; Ferguson 4th of July Festival; Parade: 10a, Festival: 12p-9p, Fireworks Display: 9:15p

Red Bud Sports Complex (Red Bud) – 8a; River Road Cruisers 35th Annual Car Show

St. Louis Place Park – 6:30p; Whitaker Urban Evening Concert Series; The Whitaker Urban Evening Concert Series is a multi-week cultural community event that provides attendees with important information about community services, educational opportunities, and on-site health screenings.

The Sinkhole – 9p; Leche, Big Whoop

Thurman’s in Shaw – 8p; Adam Maness Trio; Join Adam Maness, Bob DeBoo and Montez Coleman, the hottest jazz group in STL, for their take on classics, originals, and spectacular jazz arrangements of pop and rock music.

Tower Grove Park – 1p; Vegan 4th of July Potluck! ‘Come join St. Louis Animal Rights Team at our annual 100% VEGAN POTLUCK! Please bring a big VEGAN dish to share if you can! (Totally okay if you can’t!)

July 5 (Fri):

1860s Saloon – 9p-1a; Music: The Catapults

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Fri

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; Andy Frasco & The U.N. w/ Magic Beans

Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) – 6p-10p; Randy Appel

Blueberry Hill Duck Room – 9p; Pepperland (Beatles Revue)

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8:30p; Aaron Griffin Band

Copper Fire Bar and Eatery (Belleville) – 8p; Dan Hurt Acoustic Live

Eckert’s (Belleville) – 6p; Free Summer Concert Series: The Jeremiah Johnson Band; FREE and family friendly

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

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; The Plastic Cup Boyz!

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 6p; One-Day Mosaic Workshop

New Baden Community Park (New Baden) – 6p; Adam Gaffney & The Highway Saints In the Park

Old Rock House – 7p; Walter Trout

Pop’s (Sauget) – 6:30p; Awayfromreason w/ Qstreet, Jake’s Mistakes, Crystal Lady, & Cold Rooms

Seven (Belleville) – 9p-12a; Ahna Schoenhoff

St. Louis Zoo – 5p-8p; Jungle Boogie Concert Series; Located at Schnuck Family Plaza in the center of the Zoo. Admission to Zoo and concerts is FREE! Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to ensure you have a seat. Featuring: Midnight Piano Band

Sullivan’s (Belleville) – 7p; Ross w/ Jake Costello; Traditional, classic country music presented with a heavy metal attitude and southern grace

The Firebird – 7p; TenCents and The Firebird Present: Outrun The Fall “The Jackal” Release and BBQ Bash

The Focal Point – 8p; The Rum Drum Ramblers

The Gaslight Theater – 8p; St. Louis Actors’ Studio – 7th Annual LaBute New Theater Festival

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Kelly Latimore, Adam Remnant (OH), Steph Plant

Urban Chestnut Brewery & Bierhall – Raise A Pint For Pets At Dog Day Fridays! Featuring Essentially Fries Food Truck!

July 6 (Sat):

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Sat

Atomic Cowboy – 4:30p; St Louis Americana Festival III; presented by Urban Chestnut Brewing Company; showcasing the very best of local and regional American Roots music. This year’s lineup is set to include: The Hooten Hallers, Tonina, Andrew Leahey & the Homestead, John Henry, Cree Rider Family Band, Gene Jackson, AV & The Dirty Details, The Dust Covers, The Native Sons, Oak, Steel & Lightning

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8p; Number4Combo

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 (Lebanon) – 10th Annual “Cruisin'” Car Show on The Brickstreet; 5-8p

Fubar – 7p; Dreadnought

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; The Plastic Cup Boyz!

O’Fallon Station (O’Fallon) – 8a; Vine Street Market; ‘Join us every Saturday through October to purchase gifts from local artisans, fruit and vegetable producers, select grass-fed, organic and humanely raised meats and other delicious treats, all while listening to live music, enjoying a mimosa or a hot cup of coffee in the heart of Downtown O’Fallon, IL

Off Broadway – 8p; Bruiser Queen West Coast Tour Kickoff

Old Rock House – 7p; Jacob Jolliff Band (of Yonder Mountain String Band), with Wooden Puddin (featuring Jesse & John of Old Salt Union)

Seven (Belleville) – Jonathan Ramsey

St. Clair County Event Center (Belleville) – 9a-4p; Flea Market; Free Admission & Free Parking

The Frisco Ballroom (Webster Groves) – 9:30p; Clusterpluck; ClusterPluck, mixes bluegrass, folk, rock, and country into a hearty sonic stew. Throwing tradition aside, they utilize electric guitar, acoustic guitar, acoustic bass, dobro, mandolin, banjo, and three-part vocal harmony. This three-piece band from Southern IL produces an up-beat, grassy energy with a little country jam for listeners of all ages to enjoy.

The Pageant – 8p; Carly Rae Jepsen – The Dedicated Tour; Carly Rae Jepsen has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket sold will go to support Crisis Text Line, and their work providing free, confidential and 24/7 support for those in crisis. Crisistextline.org

Thurman’s in Shaw – 9p; Saturday Night Spin; Join STLs finest DJs for a relaxing Saturday night of chilled music ranging from deep house to techno to funk to whatever. 1st Saturday: Crim D Cray

The Ready Room – Sole City – A Charitable Night Celebrating Footwear; This footwear-themed night is certain to be unlike any other party in St. Louis. ‘Soul City’ will feature DJs, live music, collections, raffles, shoe swaps, interactive displays and many more surprises. Best of all, this is a charity event benefitting Shoe Fly STL.

July 7 (Sun):

1860s Saloon – 7:30p-11:30p; Music: The Native Sons

Blueberry Hill Duck Room – 8p; Ratboys w/ Choir Vandals, Jr. Clooney

Bobby’s Frozen Custard (Maryville) – 7:30p-9:30p; Zydeco Crawdaddies (Traditional & Contemporary Zydeco Music)

Foam – 9p-12a; Steve Nold, DCR, Rocío B, Tomas Pramod; A night at Foam featuring the music of singer Steve Nold, rapper DCR, DIY artist Rocío B and DJ Tomas Pramod.

Helium Comedy Club – 7p; The Plastic Cup Boyz!

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

National Blues Museum – 4p-7p; Soulful Sunday with John McVey

O’Fallon Sports Park (O’Fallon, IL) – 8:30p; Fireworks over O’Fallon; Come celebrate Independence day with your friends and neighbors with Fireworks over O’Fallon starting at sundown.

Off Broadway – 8p; Nikki Lane, w/ Carl Anderson and Cara Louise Band.

Skyview Drive-In Theater (Belleville) – That Guy, songs from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s

St. Clair County Event Center (Belleville) – 9a-3p; Flea Market; Free Admission & Free Parking

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

Stifel Theatre – 8p; The Head and the Heart – Living Mirage Tour

July 8 (Mon):

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; St. Louis OPEN MIC & JAM hosted by Shamus McFeron; See description on 07/01

Foam – 7p; Cookie Tongue, Wooter (NY), Big Step

Gaslight – 8p; Monday Movie Madness; Join Kvar Black every Monday for one of his personally selected movie favorites, popcorn, drink specials, and trivia!

Off Broadway – 8:30p; The Funs, Shux, Kijani Eshe

Pieces: The St. Louis Board Game Bar & Cafe – 7p; The Doubleclicks; a delightfully geeky all-ages show at Pieces, a wonderful board game café

Stifel Theatre – 8p; 105.7 The Point presents Death Cab for Cutie w/ Lala Lala

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

The Ready Room – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Built To Spill: Keep It Like A Secret Tour w/ special guests: ORUÃ, Wetface

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

July 9 (Tues):

Funny Bone – 7:30p; Funny Bone Open Mic; Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians, as well as aspiring comics. Our Tuesday open mics feature a pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts.

Gaslight – 8p; Cal Folger Day Live; Cal Folger Day is an American songwriter currently based in Dublin, Ireland

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7p; Heart, Sheryl Crow & Lucie Silvas

Off Broadway – 8p; Daddy Long Legs

Old Rock House – 7p; Moon Hooch w/ Loose Loose

The Gaslight Theater – 7:30p; Gaslight Jazz Series w/ Lamar Harris

The Heavy Anchor – 5p; Bevo Farmer’s Market; fresh fruits, vegetables & more from local farmers. Every Tuesday, Year-Round.

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

July 10 (Wed):

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

Foam – 9p; Glassing (ATX), Blight Future, Mystic Will, Cult Season

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

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 5:30p; YogArt instructed by Samantha Burton; No registration required, $5 suggested donation, Use the art center’s main entrance. Enjoy gentle yoga followed by a Chinese Wind Gong Meditation. The sound waves from the Gong interrupt the thought waves of the mind and can have a calming effect on the nervous system.

Missouri Botanical Garden – 7p; Boomtown United

Off Broadway – 8p; Priests

Raining Zen (Alton) – 4p; John Two-Hawks: Wisdom from the Sacred Hoop; 7p-10p; John Two-Hawks: Concert at Mineral Springs

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Heavy Anchor – 5:30p; Drinks & Dreamcatchers: An Art Class

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

Thomas Dunn Learning Center – 6:30p; Sip ‘n Sketch; Come join our Artist-in-Residence, Sonia Slankard, as she guides you through life drawing for FREE! All supplies are provided but you are welcome to bring your own. This is an adult event so please bring a beverage and/or snack to share

July 11 (Thurs):

1860’s Saloon – 6p; local singer-songwriter Andrew Dahle

Almost Picasso – a Paint & Sip Studio (Ferguson) – 7p; “LETS GO CRAZY” and PAINT IT PURPLE; Come out create a Prince inspired painting while listening to all his hits. Bring your favorite drink and sip away while painting

Daniel Dove Collins House (Collinsville) – 4p; Farmer’s Market on Main; Visit historic Uptown Collinsville this summer for seasonal produce, locally raised meat, eggs, honey, fresh cut flowers, jams & jellies, baked goods, and more!

Firecracker Pizza & Beer – 7p-10p; Premier of the new Falling Fences music video “Mind the Dark”; filmed on location in The Grove

Fubar – 7p; HR of Bad Brains

Helium Comedy Club – 8p; St Louis: Emo Philips! More than three decades into his career, Emo Philips continues to be one of the most unique voices in all of comedy. Coming up through the Chicago comedy circuit in the 70s & 80s, Philips has recorded three stand-up albums, made appearances in feature films such as the cult favorite “UHF,” and lent his voice to numerous TV shows including “Space Ghost Coast to Coast” and “Adventure Time”.

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 6:30p; Wine & Unwind Yoga; Every Thursday

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7p; Chris Young

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 7p; HOOKiE at the Night Market on Broadway

Old Rock House – 7p; Seth Walker w/ Harper and Lee

River City Casino – 7:30p; Vicki Lawrence & Mama; An evening with Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two Woman Show; Doors @ 6:30, Show @ 7:30; Non-Smoking Venue; Everyone must be 21+ years to attend and present a valid photo ID

St. Louis Place Park – 6:30p; Whitaker Urban Evening Concert Series; ‘a multi-week cultural community event that provides attendees with important information about community services, educational opportunities, and on-site health screenings.’ 07/11: Kim Massie

St. Louis Science Center – 5:30p; Science at Sunset; Grab your group for some after-hours fun at the Science Center during Science at Sunset. At our summer evening event for all ages, held from 5-8:30pm every Thursday night through Aug, you can enjoy food and drink specials, live music (featuring local bands), and fun activities; 7/11: Odds Lane

The Hett @ McKendree University (Lebanon) – 8p-11p; Cecil Cope with Wayne Coniglio and the Swing of Hearts Orchestra: Swinging in the Summer Stars concert. FREE, tickets required.

The Monocle – 8p; Crushes, Vampires, & Unicorns: The Search for Perfection & Other Myths; Join Holly Barber for a delightful evening of music exploring how the misguided quest for perfection keeps us from being our most authentic selves. With epic crushes, self-discovery, and a hearty dash of gender-bending, the show will be genuine, funny, eclectic, and vulnerable, with an ultimate goal of illuminating how we are all connected. Featuring fantastic guest musicians, multiple instruments, three-part harmonies, and a variety of great songs, this will be a night to remember!

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

The Night Market on Broadway (Alton) – 7p; HOOKiE

The Pageant – 8p; Smart, Funny & Black w/ Amanda Seales: U Kno The Vibeonics: 101

The Ready Room – 7p; The Story Collider: Toil & Trouble; The Story Collider in St. Louis will present five stories from scientists and non-scientists about confronting troubling moments in their lives. Some will be heartbreaking; some are hilarious. They are all true, and all, in one way or another, are about science. The show will be presented by St. Louis Public Radio’s science reporter Eli Chen and biologist Emma Young. “While there is no age restriction on this show, some mature themes and strong language will likely be included in stories.”

Thurman’s in Shaw – 8p; Adam Maness Trio; Join Adam Maness, Bob DeBoo and Montez Coleman for their take on classics, originals, and spectacular jazz arrangements of pop and rock music.

July 12 (Fri):

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

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Fri

Alpha Brewing Co – 7p; The Asylum, A Talk through St. Louis Mental Health; Ever wonder what’s inside the green and white dome hovering over South City? Join author Amanda Hunyar to get a behind the scenes look at 5400 Arsenal. The 150-year-old building has a long and rich history that has seen the evolution of mental health treatment for St. Louisans but also the rise of the city itself.  The Speaker, Amanda Hunyar, is the librarian and archivist for St. Louis State Hospital. She earned a Masters of Library and Information Systems from Mizzou. When not getting lost in the dome building, she can be found providing library services to clients and staff

Angad Arts Hotel – 6p-10p; Live In The Sky: An Intimate Concert Experience; featuring: Jake Wesley Rogers; exclusive event, limited tickets available

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds (Belleville) – Belleville Knife Show

Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) – 6p-10p; Lil’ Sister

Cahokia Mounds (Collinsville) – 6:30p; Contemporary Indian Art Show Opening Reception; This ticketed event is the first opportunity to buy original and award-winning art from over 25 Native American artists, before the show opens to the public on Saturday. Mix and Mingle with the artists, enjoy complimentary drinks and music, vote for the People’s Choice Award, and watch the Award Ceremony.  Tickets are $10 for non-members and $9 for members.

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8:30p; Aaron Griffin Band

Downtown (Lebanon) – 4p-1a; 63rd Annual Firemen’s Picnic; Please join us for the annual Firemen’s Picnic, for the 4th straight year, to be held at the firehouse! (760 N. Monroe St.); 8p; Beaucoup Bottom Band

Downtown (Maplewood) – 6p; 14th annual Let Them Eat Art; a whimsical tribute to Bastille Day; Join us for a self-guided adventure in live art, entertainment, music, food & drink throughout the streets and shops of Historic Downtown Maplewood. Interact with over 50 regional artists as they create art extraordinaire.  Enjoy food & drink by Maplewood’s award-winning food purveyors and special event-only promotions offered by our retailers. Lots of activities for kids from chalk drawing to airbrush tattoos to hands-on art projects. This event is Free!

Grant’s Farm – 5p; Friday Nights At The Farm; “Every Friday through the season, join us for Friday Nights At The Farm. Each week we’ll have a different themed food menu and beer pairings to go with it for those 21 plus. We’ll have live bands and extended hours until 10pm.” 07/12: The Scandaleros – Rock, Soft Rock, Blues

Hanks Bowl (Trenton) – 7p; Live Music by Maddie Kohlbrecher

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

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; St Louis: Emo Philips! See description on 07/11

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7p; Santana & The Doobie Brothers

HWY 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7p-10p; Odds Lane

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 6p; Art is… Freedom – Opening Reception

Old Rock House – 7p; Parker McCollum w/ Jordan Suter Music

* Papa Vito’s (Belleville) – 7p; Mikey B

Seven (Belleville) – Andrew & the Dolls

St. Clair, Mo – Pickin’ On Picknic 2019; “Pickin’ On Picknic is the 7th installment in the Pickin’ On Music Festivals Series. This event will include camping and music for 3 days, food and craft vendors, workshops, large late-night bonfires with collaborative Pickin’ jams, and a Sunday morning river revival.  Located in a 50-year-old walnut grove along the Meramec River in St. Clair Missouri, this beautiful venue boasts scenic bluffs, lakes and river access in the rolling hills of Missouri for all to enjoy. We are very excited to be bringing bluegrass legends to our area for what is sure to be the most epic Pickin’ On event yet!”

St. Louis Zoo – 5p-8p; Jungle Boogie Concert Series; Located at Schnuck Family Plaza in the center of the Zoo. Admission to Zoo and concerts is FREE! Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to ensure you have a seat. Featuring: Cree Rider Family Band

The Fabulous Fox – 8p; An Evening w/ The Avett Brothers

The Focal Point – 8p: An Evening with Erin Bode

The Loading Dock (Grafton) – 8p; Dr. Zhivegas; Seating will be limited. Admission does not guarantee a seat. Tickets will be available at the door if the show is not sold out, cash only.

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

The Ready Room – 7p; The Beths

July 13 (Sat):

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Sat

American Legion Hall (Mascoutah) – 11a; 3rd Annual Christmas In July Craft & Vendor Fair; FREE Parking & Admission

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; Kim Massie Steely Dan Tribute

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds (Belleville) – Belleville Knife Show

Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) – 6p-10p; Pussy Cat & The Swallow Tails

Blank Space – 9p; Exotica; This round we will be pulling out all the stops. 5 DJ’s across two floors in a cool intimate venue.  Join us for a night of house music on a thumping sound system. Lineup: Evan D, Jorge Villegas, Carlos Suarez, Lunar Riot, Ryan Richardson

Blueberry Hill Duck Room – 9p; Tree One Four w/ Jellikit (A Tribute to Primus), Hosteen and the Aztechs

Cahokia Mounds (Collinsville) – 9a; Contemporary Indian Art Show; Native American artists sell their original fine arts at this annual event. Many different tribal affiliations will be represented from artists across the country. Learn about Native American culture and support Native American arts and crafts while shopping for jewelry, paintings, pottery, textiles, beadwork, and other art. For more information call 618-346-5161. This is a free event to enter.

Chaifetz Arena – 7:30p; The Tom Joyner One More Time Experience

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8p; Nightlife Band

Delmar Hall – 8p; Empire: A Tribute to Rage Against The Machine w/ NoCo Incidents

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 (Lebanon) – 4p-1a; 63rd Annual Firemen’s Picnic; Please join us for the annual Firemen’s Picnic, for the 4th straight year, to be held at the firehouse! (760 N. Monroe St.); 8p; Whiskey Dixon

* Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; Janet Evra

Grand Center Arts District (St. Louis) – 10a; Family Day Block Party; Families are invited to join the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, and Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries for a free Family Day! Take part in art activities at each location, plus music, performances, and more. All ages welcome!

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; St Louis: Emo Philips! See description on 07/11

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 2p; Single’s Mixer

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7:30p; Hootie & The Blowfish & Barenaked Ladies

HWY 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 8p-11p; Matt “Rattlesnake” Lesch

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 6p; Wine & Wheel

O’Fallon Station (O’Fallon, IL) – 8a; Vine Street Market; See description on 07/06

Old Rock House – 9p; Dr. Zhivegas performs the music of Purple Rain

St. Clair, MO – Pickin’ On Picknic 2019; See description on 07/12

The Fabulous Fox – 8p; An Evening w/ The Avett Brothers

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

The Pageant – 7:30p; 105.7 The Point welcomes Reel Big Fish & The Aquabats w/ TBA

The Ready Room – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Leikeli47: The Acrylic Tour with support from Bates & more

The Sinkhole – 7p; Uncle Dave: 55 And Still Alive Birthday Bash! Mürtaugh and friends will be kicking out the jams and our friend Omar will be entertaining you between sets with his tasteful blend of Michael Bolton greatest hits.

Thurman’s in Shaw – 9p; Saturday Night Spin; Join STLs finest DJs for a relaxing Saturday night of chilled music ranging from deep house to techno to funk to whatever. 2nd Saturday: DJ Don Tinsley

VFW Post 805 (O’Fallon, IL) – 11a-5p; VFW Post 805 Grub Crawl; How about a mini trip around O’Fallon, tasting yummy food that is offered at our many restaurants?! Registration will get you a t-shirt and a passport. Fill up your passport and be entered into a grand prize.

World’s Fair Pavilion In Forest Park – Nightchaser Presents Daychaser in Forest Park; ‘This 12 hour party is guaranteed to be one of the MOST fun outdoor dance parties with a hearty dose of circus, art, yoga, flow, food, cocktails, tea and abundant LOVE! This is event is FAMILY FRIENDLY (within reason) and ALL are welcome!’

July 14 (Sun):

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

Blueberry Hill Duck Room – 8p; And The Kids w/ The Harmaleighs

Bobby’s Frozen Custard (Maryville) – 7:30p-9:30p; The Hillbenders (Hard Charging Bluegrass)

Brown Hall @ Wash U – 6:15p; Narrative Shorts: Drama 2

Cahokia Mounds (Collinsville) – 9a; Contemporary Indian Art Show

Delmar Hall – 12p; STL Wedding Band Jam; Enjoy live music from 12 local area bands – from full setups to small duos and acoustic bands – all while sampling bites from local restaurants! All attendees will also receive a complimentary gift bag. Music by: Duhart, Midlife Band, The Matt McCallie Orchestra, Whiskey Raccoons, Anita Rosamond, Arvell and Company, Diamond Empire Band, McLovin, Spectrum Band, Trilogy, Sojourn Rocs “The Ultimate Musical Journey”

Downtown (Waterloo) – 4:30p; 3rd Annual Downtown Concert Series

Foam – 9p; Tim Buchanan (OKC), Jack Grelle, Jenny Roques (Desire Lines)

It’s Raining Zen (Alton) – 6p; Tibetan Singing Bowl Sound Meditation with Mark Biehl

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

Old Herald Brewery and Distillery (Collinsville) – 3p; Old Herald 2nd Sunday Acoustic Jam! 2nd Sunday afternoon of every month.  Bring your acoustic instruments and join in our jam circle in the press room

Revive (Caseyville) – 7p; The Isaacs in Concert

Skyview Drive-In Theater (Belleville) – That Guy, songs from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s

St. Clair, Mo – Pickin’ On Picknic 2019; See description on 07/12

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

* The Dark Room – 11:30a-2:30p; Brunch with Janet Evra

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

July 15 (Mon):

Broughton Park (Brentwood) – 12p; Ice Cream in the Park; “Join us at Broughton Park for some FREE ICE CREAM!!!”

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; St. Louis OPEN MIC & JAM hosted by Shamus McFeron; See description on 07/01

Gaslight – 8p; Monday Movie Madness; Join Kvar Black every Monday for one of his personally selected movie favorites, popcorn, drink specials, and trivia!

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 1p; Disrupt Festival: The Used, Thrice, Circa Survive, Sum 41 & Atreyu

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 8:30a & 1:30p; Myths, Magic, & Monsters; 6p; One-Day Mosaic Workshop

The Gaslight Theater – 7p; Blue Monday

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

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

The Old Bakery Beer Company (Alton) – 4p; Drink for a Cause – Hope Animal Rescues; ‘Join us on the 3rd Monday of every month to help raise money for a good cause! Each month we feature a different charitable organization and donate back 25% of our beer sales from that night’

The Ready Room – 7p; Devin the Dude

July 16 (Tues):

* Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) 6p-9p; Pizza, Pencils & Pints – A Social Drawing Event; great food & drink & lotsa art supplies; come be social and share your artistic inspirations. Very family friendly. Co-sponsored by Belleville Screen Print Company and Gesso Magazine; every third Tuesday

Christy Park (STL) – 6p; Christy Park Concert

Fubar – 7p; Supersuckers

Fubar Lounge – 8:30p; Usnea, w/ guests CHRCH & a very special guest TBA

Funny Bone – 7:30p; Funny Bone Open Mic; Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians, as well as aspiring comics. Our Tuesday open mics feature a pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts.

The Dark Room – 7p; St. Louis Blues Society presents Edwards, Case, & Erblich

The Heavy Anchor – 5p; Bevo Farmer’s Market; fresh fruits, vegetables & more from local farmers. Every Tuesday, Year-Round.

The Muny – 8:15p; Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella”

The Nature Institute (Godfrey) – 8:30p; Moonlight Hike; Join TNI members and friends on a night hike along the woodland trails through the Mississippi Sanctuary or Olin Nature Preserve, illuminated by a full moon. Terrain is light to moderate

July 17 (Wed):

1818 Chophouse (O’Fallon, IL) – 7p; Joe Metzka Band

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

Broadway Oyster Bar – 9:30p; Dr. John Memorial Concert w/ the Voodoo Players; the Voodoo Players will team up with Al Holliday’s Eastside Rhythm Band to honor the legacy of Dr. John; “Join us for 2 Big sets of “the Night Tripper”! Presented by: Urban Chestnut Brewing Company; $10 cover

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

Intersect Arts Center – 7p; Capoeira Angola St. Louis: Beginners Classes; Capoeira Angola is a traditional form of Afro-Brazilian dance and self defense born from the communities that resisted slavery in colonial Brazil. Capoeira incorporates dance, martial arts, ritual movements and music. Donation-based

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 5:30p; YogArt instructed by Samantha Burton; No registration required, $5 suggested donation, Use the art center’s main entrance. Enjoy gentle yoga followed by a Chinese Wind Gong Meditation. The sound waves from the Gong interrupt the thought waves of the mind and can have a calming effect on the nervous system

Missouri Botanical Garden – 7p; Annie and the Fur Trappers: Whitaker Music Festival; Free concerts every Wed through 07/31; 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 onsite

Seven (Belleville) – 9p; Curt Copeland’s Open Mic & Karaoke Night; a wonderful evening of fun that brings together singers, musicians, poets, comedians, drinkers, foodies and more. All talent levels are welcome and encouraged to perform

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Pageant – 8p; Jim Breuer Live w/ TBA

The Ready Room – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Sebadoh; w/ support from Eleanor Friedberger

July 18 (Thurs):

Helium Comedy Club – 8p; Don “DC” Curry! Known For: Uncle Elroy in “Next Friday” & “Friday After Next”

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 6:30p; Wine & Unwind Yoga; Every Thursday

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 7p; Hideous Gentlemen at the Night Market on Broadway

Jefferson Barracks Amphitheater – 7p; Mike Love (full band) w/ Ahna Schoenhoff Band

Main Street (Belleville) – 5p-8p; Diva’s Night Out; Check in at the starting location between 5-7 pm (And pay your $5 fee, $2 of which goes to the month’s charity.) Shop, Sip and Support downtown Belleville Businesses, picking up “passport stamps” along the way. Show up at the ending location by 8 pm to win prizes!

St. Louis Place Park  – 6:30p; Whitaker Urban Evening Concert Series; ‘a multi-week cultural community event that provides attendees with important information about community services, educational opportunities, and on-site health screenings.’ 07/18: Gene Dobbs Bradford

St. Louis Science Center – 5:30p; Science at Sunset; Grab your group for some after-hours fun at the Science Center during Science at Sunset. At our summer evening event for all ages, held from 5-8:30 PM every Thursday night through Aug, you can enjoy food and drink specials, live music (featuring local bands), and fun activities. 7/18: Ghost Light

The Muny – 8:15p; “Footloose”

The Night Market on Broadway (Alton) – 7p; Hideous Gentlemen; Genre: Alternative; Food available on-site from The Brown Bag Bistro; Beer and Popcorn on-site from The Old Bakery Beer Company; located in the Pocket Park between Jacoby Arts Center and Germania Brew Haus. This event is free! Bring your kids, your dogs, and your friends to shop with local art vendors, get yourself a refreshing beverage and enjoy some music!

The Ready Room – 9p; Ky-Mani Marley Live in Concert

Thurman’s in Shaw – 8p; Adam Maness Trio; Join Adam Maness, Bob DeBoo and Montez Coleman for their take on classics, originals, and spectacular jazz arrangements of pop and rock music

Vino Gallery – 6p-8p; Anne Burgess Rowe: 20 Faces and Other Paintings; Exhibition Opening Reception

July 19 (Fri):

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

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Fri

Almost Picasso – a Paint & Sip Studio – 7p; JAY-Z DAY celebrate Hip Hops first Billionaire; Come kick it and celebrate JAY-Z becoming Hip Hops first BILLIONAIRE by creating a JayZ inspired painting while listening to all HOV’s hits. Bring your favorite drink, this is BYOB affair and you must be 21 to attend

Angad Arts Hotel – 6p-10p; Live In The Sky: An Intimate Concert Experience; featuring: Christone “Kingfish” Ingram; Exclusive event, limited tickets available

Ballpark Village – 8p; 105.7 The Point presents The Blue Stones

Broadway Oyster Bar – 10p; Jeremiah Johnson; Ruf Records Recording Artist; 3X Top Ten Billboard Blues Artist; Original American Rockin’ Blues

Chesterfield Amphitheater (Chesterfield) – 5p; Muddfest; Puddle of Mudd, Saliva, Trapt, Tantric

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8:30p; HOOKiE

Delmar Hall – 8p; KSHE 95 – Real Rock Radio welcomes Autograph w/ Torchlight Parade, AXETICY

Grant’s Farm – 5p; Friday Nights At The Farm; “Every Friday through the season, join us for Friday Nights At The Farm. Each week we’ll have a different themed food menu and beer pairings to go with it for those 21 plus. We’ll have live bands and extended hours until 10pm.” 07/19: Rocky – Soft, Rock, Country, Blues

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

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; Don “DC” Curry! Known For: Uncle Elroy in “Next Friday” & “Friday After Next”

HWY 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7p-10p; The Eric Prewitt Band

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 6:30p; Neil Young Tribute Band – Shakey Deal LIVE

Jazz St. Louis – 7:30p; Celebrating George Benson; Montez Coleman (drums) leads an all-star group of St. Louis’s finest including Eric Slaughter & Matt Sewell (guitars), Adaron “Pops” Jackson (keyboards), and Bob DeBoo (bass)

National Blues Museum – 7p-10p; Howlin’ Friday with Skeet Rodgers and the Inner City Blues Band

Off Broadway – 8p; Big State, Scout Shannon & The Willing Deceivers, Karate Bikini

Old Rock House – 7p; Elliott Pearson & the Passing Lane, Great Peacock

Sophie’s Artist Lounge – 10p; Dhoruba Shakur Trio; Join us every first and third Friday of the month at Sophie’s, located on the second floor of .ZACK. 2 sets from 10pm to 12:30am, musicians welcome to sit in. No Cover.

St. Louis Zoo – 5p-8p; Jungle Boogie Concert Series; Located at Schnuck Family Plaza in the center of the Zoo. Admission to Zoo and concerts is FREE! Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to ensure you have a seat. Featuring: Zydeco Crawdaddys

The Monocle – 10p; Daemon Album Release Party; Daemon is one of St. Louis’s most humble Legends. An amazing artist with a multitude of styles, he has carefully created an album of beautiful arrangements and complex melodies ready to be released for your listening pleasure. Working with a magnitude of talented artists from St. Louis (Tef Poe, Rockwell Knuckles, Lyfestile, Bits N Pieces, Mathias, Capo, Que Houston of Kill Em All, etc). Daemon has also graced tracks with national headliners such as Killer Mike from Run the Jewels! Jim’s Pool Room Records Event! Performances by: DAEMON (with GOONY and ADRIAN), DJ VTHOM, KILL EM ALL, CHE SANCHEZ and CAPO

The Muny – 8:15p; “Footloose”

Tower Grove Church – 7:30p; “Mamma Mia!” Presented by Take Two Productions

.ZACK – 8p; A Deeper Shade of Blues; Joel P.E. King, the mastermind behind the hit stage play, “Real Life Hip  Hopera” is back to perform his one man show, “A Deeper Shade of  Blues.” His performance is riveting, soulful, and introspective. This  amazing piece  of work  is a  symphony of dramatic tales told through one man, several voices, and one goal…FREEDOM!

July 20 (Sat):

2720 Cherokee – 12p-12a; Brother Lee and the Leather Jackals Presents: Jackal Fest 2019; Bands: The Mindframes, The Maness Brothers, Sister Wizzard, Rover, Slow Boys, Dracla, 18&counting, Nick Gusman, Behold the Brave, Brother Lee and the Leather Jackals

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Sat

Apotheosis Comics & Lounge – 7p; South City Comedy Series; The newest weekly comedy showcase series is at Apotheosis Comics! EVERY WEEK! The only comic book store in STL that is also a BAR! We feature up and coming comics from the hyper talented St. Louis comedy scene and from around the Midwest! This show contains adult content… Featuring: Larry Smith, Jon Maddym, Keith Hughes; Special Guests: Ronaldo Mercado, Tiel Pearce; The host will be Brendan Olson!

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; The Ready Room & Jamo Presents: Margo Price w/ Cara Louise

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds (Belleville) – Flea Market

Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) – 6p-10p; Hot Flash Duo

Broadway Oyster Bar – 10p-2a; Lou Dog “A Tribute to Sublime”; Grooving reggae to fist-pumping punk

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

Foam – 7:30p; Treading Oceans Album Release/Farewell Show; Featuring special guests: Wombmates, The Cinema Story, Reeling

Green Mount Road Harley-Davidson (O’Fallon, IL) – 12p; Back Lot Party; ‘Bring the family out for live music, stunt shows, zip-lining, bounce houses, escape rooms, axe throwing, free lunch, & more!’

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; Don “DC” Curry! Known For: Uncle Elroy in “Next Friday” & “Friday After Next”

Highland Square (Highland, IL) – 11a-2p; Rock A Block 2019; Come out and enjoy free food, drinks, games, bounce houses, caricature artist, face painting, bicycle drawings, free backpacks stuffed with school supplies (first 200 kids 5-11) and live music! Free!!

HWY 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 8p-11p; Southside Bloozy Boyz

Liberty Bank Amphitheatre (Alton) – 6p; Simmons Hanly Conroy presents Grand Funk Railroad “50 Years of Funk” w/ Ozark Mountain Daredevils

O’Fallon Station (O’Fallon, IL) – 8a; Vine Street Market; See description on 07/06

RYSE Nightclub (St. Charles) – 9p; Crystal Method!!

The Muny – 8:15p; Footloose

Thurman’s in Shaw – 9p; Saturday Night Spin; Join STLs finest DJs for a relaxing Saturday night of chilled music ranging from deep house to techno to funk to whatever. 3rd Saturday: Brandon Bokern

Tower Grove Park – 12p; Frizz Fest 2019; Natural Beauty Festival and Celebration of Women!  “To Encourage Self-Love and Inspire Confidence Among Women”; There will be Vendors, Food Trucks, Performances, Activities, Giveaways, and More! Kid Friendly! Family Friendly! Men More Than Welcome! Bring blankets and lawn chairs to hangout!

July 21 (Sun):

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

American Legion Post 365 (Collinsville) – 10a; Metro East Comic Book Convention

Ballpark Village – 6p; Bone Thugs-N-Harmony ft. Dirty Muggs; presented by 100.3 The Beat, Majic 103.7, and Missouri Lottery

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds (Belleville) – Flea Market

Bobby’s Frozen Custard (Maryville) – 7:30p-9:30p; Joe Dirt & The Dirty Boys (70s & 80s Classic Rock)

Crehan’s Irish Pub (Belleville) – 4p; July Cruise In

Ethical Society of St Louis – 11a; Janet Evra

Fubar – 8p; Mike Judy Presents: Wifi’s Funeral

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 5:30p; Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle & Three Days Grace

Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts (Webster Groves) – 2p; Brainworks; a theatrical performance and future public television series, explores the wonders of the human brain by dramatizing real-life neurological cases to reveal the science behind brain diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, brain tumors and stroke. This fascinating production is a collaboration between Washington University neurosurgeons Eric C. Leuthardt, MD, and Albert H. Kim, MD, Barnes-Jewish Hospital and the Nine Network of Public Media

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

National Blues Museum – 4p; Soulful Sunday with Janet Evra

Off Broadway – 8p; Slaid Cleaves

Old Rock House – 7p; The Ghost of Paul Revere w/ AV & The Dirty Details

Silver Creek Saloon (Belleville) – 4p; Guilty Pleasure

Skyview Drive-In Theater (Belleville) – That Guy, songs from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

Stifel Theatre – 7:30p; Earth, Wind & Fire

The Judson House – 6p; Annie and the Fur Trappers

July 22 (Mon):

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; St. Louis OPEN MIC & JAM hosted by Shamus McFeron See description on 07/01

Gaslight – 8p; Monday Movie Madness; Join Kvar Black every Monday for one of his personally selected movie favorites, popcorn, drink specials, and trivia!

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 8:30a & 1:30p; Meet the Masters

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

The Muny – 8:15p; “Footloose”

July 23 (Tues):

Funny Bone – 7:30p; Funny Bone Open Mic; Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians, as well as aspiring comics. Our Tuesday open mics feature a pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts.

Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre – 7p; Royal Opera House presents: Romeo and Juliet; Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers encounter passion and tragedy in Kenneth MacMillan’s 20th-century masterpiece, ROMEO AND JULIET, performed by The Royal Ballet.

Old Rock House – 7p; The Sea The Sea, Freddy & Francine

The Gaslight Theater – 7:30p; Gaslight Jazz Series – Arvell and Co

The Heavy Anchor – 5p; Bevo Farmer’s Market; fresh fruits, vegetables & more from local farmers. Every Tuesday, Year-Round.

The Muny – 8:15p; “Footloose”

The Pageant – 8p; Killswitch Engage & Clutch; with Cro-Mags “JM”

July 24 (Wed):

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

Cyrano’s Cafe & Wine Bar (Webster Groves) – 8p; Erin Bode in Concert; free event

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

Lascelles (Granite City) – 7p; Pre-Alice Cooper Party w/ Ryan Roxie

Missouri Botanical Garden – 7p; Dave Grelle’s Playadors; Whitaker Music Festival

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Muny – 8:15p; “Footloose”

The Ready Room – 7:30p; Asking Alexandria

The Stage at KDHX – 8p; Campfire 26 w/ Deborah Taffa; Campfire invites you to hear Season 9 Fellow Deborah Taffa share stories about life and how we live it at The Stage at KDHX. Campfire’s mission is to bring out the natural public speaker and storyteller that lives in each of us.

July 25 (Thurs):

1860 Saloon – 6p; Andrew Dahle

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Helium Comedy Club – 8p; Tony Rock! A comedian, actor, writer and producer, Tony Rock is a man of many talents. The younger brother of Chris Rock, Tony is a bona fide comedy star in his own right, with credits ranging from the box office hit, “Think Like a Man” to the BET favorite, “Real Husbands of Hollywood,” to his own Comedy Central Presents special. Rock is currently the host of BET’s “Apollo Live,” and “All Def Comedy Live.”

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 6:30p; Wine & Unwind Yoga; Every Thursday

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7p; Alice Cooper & Halestorm

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 7p; The Dead Roses at the Night Market on Broadway

Joe’s Cafe – 8p; Cree Rider Family Band

Madison County Fairgrounds (Highland) – 8p; Shotgun Creek

Off Broadway – 8p; Shawn James

Old Rock House – 7p; Drivin N Cryin & Will Hoge

Repertory Theatre of St Louis – The Rep’s 2019 Summer Block Party; Live music from Charles Glenn; Food trucks, Lawn games, Prize drawings, Kids’ activities, Rep tours and demonstrations

St. Louis Science Center – 5:30p; Science at Sunset; Grab your group for some after-hours fun at the Science Center during Science at Sunset. At our summer evening event for all ages, held from 5-8:30 PM every Thursday night through Aug, you can enjoy food and drink specials, live music (featuring local bands), and fun activities. 7/25: Annie and the Fur Trappers

The Fabulous Fox – 8p; Diana Ross

The Monocle – 8p; Living Singles – All Female Open Mic Night; Are you a female performer with a new single? Don’t want to wait until Femfest to show your skills? Come and be a part of Living Singles, a monthly all-female act open mic night created by the founders of Femfest. All genres welcomed! Free to perform! Men are welcomed to attend but this is all about the ladies!

The Night Market on Broadway (Alton) – 7p; The Dead Roses; Food available on-site from Germania Brew Haus; Beer and Popcorn on-site from The Old Bakery Beer Company

July 26 (Fri):

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

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Little Known Fact; Join us for live music, good food and cold beverages in the beautiful beer garden

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; Voodoo Players – Free Show

Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) – 6p-10p; Lil’ Sister

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8p; Illuminage

Grant’s Farm – 5p; Friday Nights At The Farm; “Every Friday through the season, join us for Friday Nights At The Farm. Each week we’ll have a different themed food menu and beer pairings to go with it for those 21 plus. We’ll have live bands and extended hours until 10pm.” 07/26: Dueling Pianos

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

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; Tony Rock! See description on 07/25

HWY 61 Roadhouse (Webster Groves) – 7p-10p; The Four Horsemen

Jazz St. Louis – 7:30p; Good 4 the Soul

Looking Glass Playhouse (Lebanon, IL) – 7p & 10p; Rocky Horror Show; In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad and Janet, stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter, a transvestite scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker and a creepy butler. Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named “Rocky.”

Pop’s (Sauget) – 7p; Headknocker: A Tribute To Foreigner; KSHE & Coors Light Tribute Series w/ Trezz Hombrezz – ZZ Top Tribute & NoCo Incidents – 6 Decades of Rock

Skate City ESL (East STL) – 10p; Late Night Skate Contest

Smithton Turner Hall (Smithton) – Smithton Homecoming; featuring: Hollywood 5

St. Louis Zoo – 5p; Jungle Boogie Concert Series presented by Mid America Chevy Dealers; Located at Schnuck Family Plaza in the center of the Zoo. Admission to Zoo and concerts is FREE! Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to ensure you have a seat. 07/26: The LustreLights

Syberg’s (O’Fallon, IL) – 5p; Cruz 4 Cancer Car Cruise Nights 2019; “We are teaming up with Joshua’s great things foundation to help find a cure for childhood brain cancer. 100% of the donations made will go to the foundation. The event is open to all makes and models. So bring your family and friends out for a night of cars, live music, food and fun. We hope to see you there”; 8:30p; Syberg’s presents Acoustic DNA

The Firebird – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Cayucas, w/ support from: Cape Francis, The Pressure Kids, Belleview

The Weingarten (Belleville) – 6p; 3X’s The Limit

July 27 (Sat):

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Sat

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Apotheosis Comics & Lounge – 7p; South City Comedy Series

Belle-Clair Fairgrounds (Belleville) – Great Train Expo

Bennie’s Pizza Pub (Belleville) – 6p-10p; Ashan & Grotsky

Brookdale Farms (Eureka) – 4p-10p; Eureka Balloon Glow; Festivities include Petting Zoo, Inflatables for kids, food/beverage vendors, musical entertainment by Trixie Delight; Balloon Glow begins at 8:15p

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8p; Thirst’n Howl

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 (Collinsville) – Code 3 Spices 2019 Smokin’ on Main; All Proceeds Will Benefit The Collinsville Food Pantry & The U.S. Veterans Foundation

* Governor French Arts Center Theatre (Belleville) – 6p-8p; Gesso Magazine presents: Poetry and Wine Night with Beth Gordon, John Dorroh & Lisa Tellor-Kelly; free admission; wine, cheese and other snacks provided. It has become a tradition for attendees to also bring beverages and snacks of their choice: all contributions welcome, but not required

Helium Comedy Club – 7:30p & 10p; Tony Rock! See description on 07/25

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 7:30p; Perpetual Motion – Modern Dance Concert

Looking Glass Playhouse (Lebanon, IL) – 7p & 10p; Rocky Horror Show; see description on 07/26

O’Fallon Station (O’Fallon, IL) – 8a; Vine Street Market; See description on 07/06

Reifschneider’s (Freeburg) – 7p; Mikey B

Smithton Turner Hall (Smithton) – Smithton Homecoming; featuring: Throw the Horns

The Monocle – 7p; Our Big Trans Queer Prom

The Ready Room – 7p; Slayyyter w/ Robokid

Thurman’s in Shaw – 9p; Saturday Night Spin; Join STLs finest DJs for a relaxing Saturday night of chilled music ranging from deep house to techno to funk to whatever. 4th Saturday: Soundtracks For Living (Josh Sedivy, Trevor Matthews, Tony T Lec Bove, & Friends)

July 28 (Sun):

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

*Alton Little Theater – 2p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Belle-Clair Fairground (Belleville) – 10a; Great Train Show; Free Parking

Bobby’s Frozen Custard (Maryville) – 7:30p-9:30p; 3 of a Perfect Pair (Acoustics from Beatles to Blues)

Downtown (Collinsville) – Code 3 Spices 2019 Smokin’ on Main; All Proceeds Will Benefit The Collinsville Food Pantry & The U.S. Veterans Foundation

Gaslight – 7p; Gaslight’s Open Mic with Duhart showcasing talented musicians as hosts!

Helium Comedy Club – 7p; Tony Rock! See description on 07/25

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 2p; Corey Evitts; 4 Hours of Music

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

Off Broadway – 7:30p; Charlie Hunter Trio w/ Lucy Woodward & Keita Ogawa

Silver Creek Saloon (Belleville) – 3p; Vinyl Tap Band

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Muny – 8:15p; Lerner and Loewe’s “Paint Your Wagon”; A robust classic returns reimagined!

The Ready Room – 7p; Baroness w/ Torche

July 29 (Mon):

Belleville Public Square (Belleville) – 7p; Belleville’s Party At The Square Featuring Blues “N” Grass; “Gonna be “Square” Dancin’ in Belleville! Y’all are welcome! Let’s have a Honky Tonkin’ Good Time!”

Cathedral Basilica – 8p; a special summer concert featuring the renowned UK boys choir, Libera

Evangeline’s – 7p-10p; St. Louis OPEN MIC & JAM hosted by Shamus McFeron; See description on 07/01

Gaslight – 8p; Monday Movie Madness; Join Kvar Black every Monday for one of his personally selected movie favorites, popcorn, drink specials, and trivia!

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

The Muny – 8:15p; Lerner and Loewe’s “Paint Your Wagon”; A robust classic returns reimagined!

The Ready Room – 7p; The Mowgli’s w/ Petal Band Arms Akimbo

July 30 (Tues):

Funny Bone – 7:30p; Funny Bone Open Mic; Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians, as well as aspiring comics. Our Tuesday open mics feature a pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts.

Hemingway’s Zen Garden (O’Fallon, IL) – 8p; Curt Copeland’s Open Mic at Hemingway’s; Showcase your talents, practice new material or simply come out to have a blast with fellow musicians all while enjoying the delicious food and great service Hemingway’s is famous for. “As always, I am happy to set you up with great audio equipment, instruments and back up musicians if you’d like.”

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 6p; Beck, Cage The Elephant & Spoon

River City Casino – 7:30p; George Thorogood & The Destroyers

The Dark Room – 7p; St. Louis Blues Society presents Matt “The Rattlesnake” Lesch

The Fabulous Fox – 8p; Tedeschi Trucks Band; Support from Blackberry Smoke and Shovels & Rope

The Heavy Anchor – 5p; Bevo Farmer’s Market; fresh fruits, vegetables & more from local farmers. Every Tuesday, Year-Round.

July 31 (Wed):

1818 Chophouse (O’Fallon, IL) – 6p; Dance Floor Riot on the Archview Terrace

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

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 8p; Mary J. Blige & Nas

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

Missouri Botanical Garden – 7p; Starwolf; Whitaker Music Festival

Off Broadway – 6p; Open Highway Music Festival Presents: John Moreland

Seven (Belleville) – 9p; Curt Copeland’s Open Mic & Karaoke Night

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Muny – 8:15p; Lerner and Loewe’s “Paint Your Wagon”; A robust classic returns reimagined!

August 1 (Thurs):

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 6:30p; Wine & Unwind Yoga; Every Thursday

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 6p; Wiz Khalifa & French Montana

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 5:30p; Watercolor Batik

* Lincoln Theatre (Belleville) – 8p; Live and In Concert: Jo Dee Messina with special guest, Alexandra Kay!

St. Louis Science Center – 5:30p; Science at Sunset; Grab your group for some after-hours fun at the Science Center during Science at Sunset. At our summer evening event for all ages, held from 5-8:30 PM every Thursday night through Aug, you can enjoy food and drink specials, live music (featuring local bands), and fun activities. 8/1: Acoustik Element

The Night Market on Broadway (Alton) – 7p; The Waters Trifecta

August 2 (Fri):

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

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Fri

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Atomic Cowboy – 6p; JJ Grey & Mofro w/ Jonny Lang

Centene Center for the Arts – 7p; Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”; Event proceeds benefit the Arts and Education Council

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8:30p; Aaron Griffin Band

Grant’s Farm – 5p; Friday Nights At The Farm; “Every Friday through the season, join us for Friday Nights At The Farm. Each week we’ll have a different themed food menu and beer pairings to go with it for those 21 plus. We’ll have live bands and extended hours until 10pm.” 08/02: Shotgun Creek – Country

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

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 8p; Comedy Improv LIVE

Pulitzer Arts Foundation – 7P; FarFetched Presents: Katarra Parson and Tonina

Red Fish, Blue Fish (St. Charles) – 8:30p; Motive, Animated Dead, Defcon

Scheve Park (Mascoutah) – Mascoutah Homecoming Un Augustfest (2019)

Soulard Art Gallery – Cigar Boxes exhibition, through 08/30

St. Louis Art Museum – 6P; Art Hill Film Series: The Goonies

St. Louis Zoo – 5p-8p; Jungle Boogie Concert Series; Located at Schnuck Family Plaza in the center of the Zoo. Admission to Zoo and concerts is FREE! Please feel free to bring a lawn chair to ensure you have a seat. Featuring: Soulard Blues Band

Stifel Theatre – 8P; Tenacious D in Post-Apocalypto the Tour 2019

August 3 (Sat):

4204 (Belleville) – 6p; Live Music every Sat

*Alton Little Theater – 7:30p-10p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Cahokia Mounds (Collinsville) – 10a; Archaeology Day; This is an annual event featuring ancient craft demonstrations, archaeological techniques, artifact processing, tours of excavations, and several hands-on activities.

Chez Marilyn (Alton) – 8p; Jake Weber & The Lonesome Drifters

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 (Lebanon) – 5p-8p; 10th Annual “Cruisin'” Car Show on The Brickstreet

Hidden Lake Winery (Aviston) – 7p; Alexandra Kay

Jefferson Barracks Amphitheater – 7p; Dead Floyd with Surco; Dead Floyd is a celebration of the music of two of rock and roll’s greatest bands, The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd, mashed together into one high-energy, unpredictable show

O’Fallon Station (O’Fallon, IL) – 8a; Vine Street Market; See description on 07/06

Scheve Park (Mascoutah) – Mascoutah Homecoming Un Augustfest (2019)

The Heavy Anchor – 9p; Sister Wizzard (Album Release) Bounce House, Bucko Toby, Free Years

August 4 (Sun):

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

*Alton Little Theater – 2p; THE WIZARD OF OZ Classic Musical; co-Directed by Lee Cox & Kevin Frakes

Bobby’s Frozen Custard (Maryville) – 7:30p; Shotgun Creek

Fletcher’s Kitchen & Tap (Swansea) – 2p; Acoustic DNA

Fubar – 6:30p; Backstage Productions & Fubar Presents: ZAO w/ Wolf King & Hollow Earth; additional support from: Not Waving But Drowning (STL) & Slow Damage

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – 7:30p; Peter Frampton

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

National Blues Museum – 4p; Soulful Sunday with the Lady J Huston Show

Scheve Park (Mascoutah) – Mascoutah Homecoming Un Augustfest (2019)

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Hett @ McKendree University (Lebanon) – 1:30p; Les Misérables School Edition

August 5 (Mon):

Gaslight – 8p; Monday Movie Madness; Join Kvar Black every Monday for one of his personally selected movie favorites, popcorn, drink specials, and trivia!

Landmark’s Tivoli Theatre – 4p & 7p; Classics in the Loop: Citizen Kane

Schlafly Bottleworks (Maplewood) – 6p; Vintage Bike Night; The region’s biggest and best Vintage Bike returns. Come join us and bring your bike out. Designated parking for bikes 25 years old or older. All bikes welcome.

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

The Muny – 8:15p; “Matilda”

August 6 (Tues):

Fubar – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Fit For A King w/ special guests: Norma Jean, Currents, Left Behind

Funny Bone – 7:30p; Funny Bone Open Mic; Every comedian started their career at open mic night. St. Louis is home to several top touring comedians, as well as aspiring comics. Our Tuesday open mics feature a pro-am line up filled with 12 to 20 local acts.

Jacoby Arts Center (Alton) – 5:30p; What’s Up Downtown – Summer 2019

Pop’s (Sauget) – 7p; Mike Judy Presents: Corrosion of Conformity with Crowbar, Quaker City Night Hawks, Lo-Pan

Pop’s Blue Moon – 8p; Jeff White

The Heavy Anchor – 5p; Bevo Farmer’s Market; fresh fruits, vegetables & more from local farmers. Every Tuesday, Year-Round.

The Muny – 8:15p; “Matilda”

August 7 (Wed):

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

Angad Arts Hotel – 12:30p; Coffee With Creatives, A discussion led by Bo Dean, a High School Music Teacher and Hip Hop Artist; highlighting the positive influence the entertainment scene can have on our youth, local schools and the community. Coffee With Creatives is a weekly series of speakers loaded with career-scaling insights and expertise…focused around collaboration and innovation.

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

Seven (Belleville) – 9p; Curt Copeland’s Open Mic & Karaoke Night

Stagger Inn Again (Edwardsville) – Open Mic

The Muny – 8:15p; “Matilda”