STL Weekend Events Guide: September 4-7

Jessica
1728 days ago.

The St. Louis weekend events guide for Thursday, September 4th through Sunday, September 7th, 2014.

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LouFestLogo LouFest: LouFest has become one of the top music festivals in St. Louis since it’s first festival in 2010. With more impressive bands every year, including Outkast and Arctic Monkeys this year, the festival is sure to continue rising. In addition to the 40+ bands, there will also be a Nosh Pit serving delicious food from local places including Flaming Gyros, Hot Wok Cafe, Kaldi’s, Kenricks, Mission Taco, Naked Bacon, Smoothie King, Strange Donuts, Sugarfire Smokehouse, and more. There will be plenty of fun merchandise available in the marketplace, and a Kids Zone as well. We gave away VIP tickets as part of our monthly Friday Vine contest. To see what we’re giving away this month, make sure to Like us on Facebook or Subscribe to get the weekly email.

Date: Sept 6 & 7
Time: 12pm-10pm
Place: Central Field – Forest Park

Thursday

BPV_Rams_315x177_v2 St. Louis Rams Back To Football Party: It’s always game time at Ballpark Village! Join the St. Louis Rams for their Back to Football party hosted by ESPN’s Anthony Stalter and Rams Reporter Casey Phillips. Don’t miss the opportunity to meet Rams players, cheerleaders and Rampage. You’ll have the chance to win awesome prizes and giveaways including autographed items and exclusive tickets to the Rams season opener.

Date: Sept 4
Time: 5-7pm
Place: Ballpark Village – Clark

 

chingy-03 Chingy at ex’treme Institute: Vatterott College Ex’treme Institute by Nelly invites the community to the last summer concert and open house on Sept. 4th. St. Louis rapper Chingy headlines this outdoor concert at the campus of Vatterott College Ex’treme Institute by Nelly. In addition to Chingy, other Ex’treme students will be featured at the event. This is a complimentary concert that is open to Vatterott students and members of the general public who are 18 and older.

Date: Sept 4
Time: 5pm
Place: Ex’treme Institute – 800 N 3rd St

Friday & Saturday

artoutside-pv1 Art Outside: Now in its 11th year, Schlafly Art Outside is a three-day-long juried alternative art fair featuring art from over 50 artists based here in the St. Louis area. Art Outside is not an ordinary fair, but one that features quality art, music, and plenty of tasty food and drink from Schlafly Beer. Live music all weekend including: Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers, Storytelling with Georgy Rock, Ransom Note, Jungle Fire, Dawn Weber and the Electro Funk Assembly, The Root Diggers, and more.

Date: September 5
Time: 5pm-10pm, 10am-10pm, 12-4pm
Place: Schlafly Bottleworks – 7260 Southwest

cam Fall Exhibition Open House at CAM: Join CAM for the opening of the fall exhibition season, featuring Mel Chin: Rematch, the most expansive presentation of the conceptual artist’s work to date with over fifty works from the past forty years, including sculpture, video, drawing, painting, and rarely seen documentation of the artist’s public land art and performance works. Mark Flood: Another Painting is the first solo museum exhibition of Houston-based artist and features key examples of the artist’s recent text-based, lace, and corporate logo paintings. Spanning the sixty-foot-long Project Wall is a focused selection of recent large-scale paintings by acclaimed Dutch artist Carla Klein.

Date: Sept 5
Time: 7pm
Place: CAM – 3750 Washington Blvd

Stand Up 2 Finish The Fight: This year’s Stand Up To Cancer game sees the St. Louis Cardinals in Milwaukee to take on the Brewers. Head down to Ballpark Village to enjoy live music, food trucks and more at Fridays on Clark beginning at 4 pm. The sold-out Stand Up To Cancer VIP pre-watch party starts at 6pm on the Busch II infield outside and a viewing party will be held inside for the Stand Up To Cancer telecast at 7. Stick around to watch the Cardinals and Brewers square off in Milwaukee on the Fox Sports Midwest Live! tv that is much larger than the one at your house or local watering hole.

Date: Sept 5
Time: 4pm 
Place: Ballpark Village

 

eureka Eureka Days: Head out to Eureka for the annual fun for the family festival. Festivities include: Beer garden, carnival rides, photo booth, circus, balloon glow, train rides, helicopter display, live music from the Well Hungarians and Sh-Boom, delicious festival food, and a kids zone. There will be fireworks to end the festival on Saturday night. Join the West St. Louis County Lions 10th Annual Run for Sight on Saturday morning at 7:30am.

Date: Sept 5 & 6
Time: Fri: 5pm-11p, Sat: 7:30am-11pm
Place: Eureka

 

art fair stl St. Louis Art Fair: Enjoy art, live music, food and more over three days in downtown Clayton. Take the kids to the Creative Castle on Saturday and Sunday where they can create their own works of art with materials donated by Artmart.

Date: Sept 5-7
Time: Fri: 5-10pm, Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: 11am-5pm
Place: 7911 Forsyth, Clayton

 

 

firefighters Firefighters Weekend: A candlelight vigil will be held on Friday night to honor those firefighters that gave their lives for their craft. The 31st Annual Great Fire Engine Rally takes place Saturday morning along Market Street in downtown St. Louis. The 7th Annual St. Louis & Metro  Firefighters’ Appreciation Ball is Saturday night and the Clayton Stair Climb Event takes place Sunday.

Date: Sept 5-7
Time: Various
Place: Downtown & Clayton

 

forest park run I Love Forest Park 5K: This 4th annual run supports Forest Park Forever’s efforts to restore, maintain and sustain Forest Park as one of America’s great urban public parks, for the enjoyment of all. It’s both competitive and family friendly, with a full 5K and Kids Fun Run. The run begins at the Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor Center. There will be an awards ceremony after the race. Registration is $25 in advance or $28 day of. Kids run registration is $10.

Date: Sept 6
Time: 7:30am
Place: Dennis & Judith Jones Visitor Center, Forest Park

 

logoKirkwood Greentree Festival Party in the Park: This event put on by the city of Kirkwood will feature live music, kid-friendly activities and food trucks.

Date: Sept 6
Time: 6-9pm
Place: Lion’s Pavilion – Kirkwood Park

 

 

angelsarms Angel Dash 5K: The St. Louis Apartment Association (SLAA) sponsors this 5k to benefit Angels’ Arms. Registration kicks off at 8 AM with the 5k beginning at 8:30. A Kids Fun Walk begins at 8:45. Registration is $25 in advance or $30 at the event.

Date: Sept 6
Time: 8 AM
Place: 370 Lakeside Park St. Peters

 

 

AF-MORGAN.ST-WEB-662x1024 Morgan Street Brewfest: For $35 at the door or $30 in advance, you’ll receive a commerative tasting glass to fill with delicious beverages from the likes of Alpha, Trailhead, 4 Hands and many more. The Jeremiah Johnson Band will be entertaining the masses.

Date: Sept 6
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St. Louis Rams vs Minnesota Vikings: The Rams and Vikings square off in the regular season opener for both teams. All fans in attendance will receive a Rams Rally Towel. Tickets are still available and start at $49. Tickets are also available on StubHub.

Date: Sunday, Sept 7
Time: Noon
Place: Edward Jones Dome

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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