STL Weekend Events: January 29 – February 1

Jessica
2091 days ago.

The guide to weekend events in St. Louis from Thursday, January 29 through Sunday, February 1, 2015.

Featured Event

hunger Hunger is No Laughing Matter: Join us as we laugh out loud to The Sklar Brothers, Nick Vatterott, Kenny Kinds, and Kelsey McClure on Saturday, January 31. All proceeds benefit the St. Louis Area Foodbank. Tickets are $30. There will be a pre-party at Halo bar from 5-6pm. If you’re going to the show, pay an extra $15 and get dinner and drinks before. Included in your $15 admission is delicious food from Mission Taco Joint and Budweiser, Bud Light and Bud Select bottled beer, courtesy of A-B InBev. There will also be complimentary cocktails featuring Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and Grey Goose Vodka, courtesy of our friends at Glazer’s Distributors.

Date: January 31
Time: 8pm
Place: The Pageant – 6161 Delmar

Thursday

rv and travel show RV Vacation & Travel Show: This annual event attracts an average annual attendance of around 19,000 visitors. Show visitors can view over 300 units, including motorhomes, sport trailers, 5th wheel trailers, travel trailers, folding camping trailers, and more. For 2015, John Holod will return with his “Roads To Adventure Films.” John’s films are seen across the country at RV shows, travel events and other venues. His presentations will include: Alaska’s RV Adventure: Highway & Ferry, Rt 66: Exploring The Mother Road, The Southeast and Gulf Coasts, Northeast Coast: Maine to Newoundland, and Great Rocky Mountain Adventure. Admission is $10.00 for adults, $5 Ages 6-12, 5 and under-free.

Date: Jan 29 – Feb 1
Time:Thurs: 11am-9pm, Fri: 11am-10pm, Sat: 10am-9pm, Sun: 10am-4pm
Place: America’s Center – downtown

Friday & Saturday

cash and carry Cash + Carry: Presented by ALIVE Magazine, shop ’til you drop during a 2-day event filled with exclusive deals and stellar finds 40-70% off their regular price. Find discounted items from some of STL’s top boutiques and indie vendors: Cha Boutique, East + West, Klutch, BLUSH, MACS Designs, Pulse, The Clover, Dapper Gents, Kat’s Closet, and tons more. Tickets start at $10. Pay $25 and get early access. $10 will go to benefit Ticket includes early access to end of season clearance from more than 20 of St. Louis’ best boutiques, sweet bites, complimentary Skinnygirl prosecco, and music by DJ TrashTalk.

Date: Jan 30 & 31
Time: Fri: 6-9pm, Sat: 9am-4pm
Place: 11 at The Boulevard – 1114 S Brentwood

women's conf 10th Annual Women’s Conference: The annual St. Louis Business Journal’s conference brings together a thousand of St. Louis’ smartest women. Based on the ground-breaking book, “The Confidence Code,” this year’s Women’s Conference explores “the science and art of self-assurance.” Co-author and contributor for ABC News, Claire Shipman, is the keynote speaker. Academic research, round table discussions on various topics like “Confidence to be Media Savvy,” “Confidence in Generosity,” “Confidence to Start Up,” plus personal stories shared by some of the most successful women in St. Louis will convince you confidence can be learned and shared. Registration until Jan 30th at $275 per person.

Date: Jan 30
Time: 7am-5pm
Place: DoubleTree Hotel – Union Station

SlamUndergroundLogo SLAM Underground: The last Friday of every month at the St. Louis Art Museum features collection tours, a cash bar, art-making, and live music! This Month’s Underground Performance is from Soundsuits and Sock Monkeys. Make a one of a kind creation in our DIY Art Lab, direction provided by The Upcycle Exchange. Listen to the distinctly entrancing music of Black James. Explore our Nick Cave exhibition by kickin’ it old school with an I-Spy seek and find. Smile for the photobooth created by the superbly awesome Photomaton. Watch the one-woman musical enigma, Syna So Pro. This is a free event.

Date: Jan 30
Time: 7-10pm
Place: Art Museum – 1 Fine Arts Dr

mardi gras Wine, Beer & Whiskey Taste: Spend the evening sampling beverages from around the world and chatting with industry experts including Chris Fletcher, Assistant Master Distiller at Jack Daniel’s. Tickets include samples of over 50 wines, beers, and whiskeys. From 7:30-9:30pm, guests can enjoy complimentary samples of award-winning barbecue from Pappy’s, Bogart’s, Salt + Smoke, and Sugarfire. Music for the evening will be provided by Rockstar DJs. Advance tickets to the Wine, Beer and Whiskey Taste are available online for $40 through Thursday, January 29 at 12:00 p.m. Tickets will be available at the door for $50.

Date: Jan 30
Time: 7-11pm
Place: Bud Light Party Tent – Soulard Market Park

guns n hoses Guns’n’ Hoses: The 28th annual Budweiser Guns ‘N Hoses is a one night only boxing event that will feature 15 three-round bouts of boxing and Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) matches between police officers, firefighters and emergency medical personnel from Missouri and Illinois. Both male and female fighters are scheduled. Prior to the opening bell, Guns ‘N Hoses will honor those first responders who lost their lives during the past year. Guns ‘N Hoses is presented by the non-profit St. Louis Guns ‘N Hoses Boxing Association. Since its inception in 1987, Guns ‘N Hoses has raised more than $4.5 million to benefit The BackStoppers. Ticket prices are $35, $25 and $15.

Date: Jan 30
Time: 6pm
Place: Scottrade Center

fete de glace Fete de Glace: A great winter family festival. Over a dozen ice carvers fill two blocks of North Main Street in St. Charles. You can watch carvers bring the ephemeral art of ice carving to life with chainsaws, chisels, grinders and knives, as well as hot irons and cold spray. Each carver starts with a single block of ice weighing 260 lbs. and dissects it and reassembles it into wondrous sparkling creations. There are outdoor fire pits, restaurants serving breakfast or lunch and shops to wander in to help you stay warm. Plan to stay for a few hours so you can watch the sculptures develop from a block of ice.

Date: Jan 31
Time: 9:30am-3pm
Place: Main Street, St. Charles

slumfest SlumFest Hip Hop Awards: The Four Element Party presents the 2015 SLUMFEST Hip Hop Awards Show. The Slumfest Awards will recognize Hip Hop artists, DJs, Bboys/BGirls, and Hip Hop Producers, who have contributed to the St. Louis Hip Hop Scene for the last year. Also during this event, there will be live performances from local artists including: Darren Jackson ft Chris Grindz, Domino Effect, Attitude, Woodz, Riley B, Heir Jordan, and more. Plus Live art displays from graffiti artists and BBoy/BGirl exhibitions. Tickets are $10 at the door.

Date: January 31
Time: 8pm
Place: 2720 Cherokee

mardi gras Lumiere Place Cajun Cook-off: Watch ten of the region’s best-known chefs team with ten amateurs to compete for the title of 2015 Cajun Cook-Off Champion. As culinary teams prep their dishes, audience members can enjoy an open bar of Bud Light, Southern Comfort Hurricanes, and soft drinks. A complimentary lunch of Tony Chachere’s Fully Dressed Po’ Boy and Jambalaya will also be provided, in addition to complimentary Tony Chachere seasoning samples. Live music will be provided by the Johnny Henry Band, and guests can also tune in for Chef Chats with Cat, with Feast Magazine Publisher Cat Neville interviewing St. Louis culinary celebrities including Mike Emerson of Pappy’s and Bogart’s, Mike Johnson of Sugarfire, and Tom Schmidt of Salt + Smoke and Franco’s. Ticket holders are also eligible to enter a drawing to win the Mardi Gras Super Bowl Party in a Box, packed with everything you need to host a sweet Super Bowl Party.

Date: Jan 31
Time: 12-4pm
Place: Bud Light Party Tent – Soulard Market Park

monsterjam2014 Monster Jam: Monster Jam® Trucks: Grave Digger® driven by Charlie Pauken, Monster Mutt® driven by Dustin Brown, Max-D℠ driven by Neil Elliott, El Toro Loco® driven by Chuck Werner, Monster Energy driven by Damon Bradshaw, MADUSA® driven by Madusa, Zombie℠ driven by Bari Musawwir, Lucas Oil Crusader® driven by Linsey Weenk, Avenger® driven Jim Koehler, Wrecking Crew™ driven by Steve Koehler, Stone Crusher® driven by Steve Sims, Hooked driven by Steve Sims Jr., Thunder 4X4 driven by Jim Bendzick, Bad News Travels Fast driven by Brandon Derrow, War Wizard® driven by Darren Goin, and Titan driven by Donald Epidendio!

Date: Jan 31
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Edward Jones Dome

xtreme Xtreme International Ice Racing: XIIR is a Professional Racing tour…ON ICE! Man and machine going from 0-60mph in under 3 seconds! Speedway bikes and quads are modified and compete on an indoor ice arena. There are over 2000 metal studs added to the tires and there are NO BRAKES! What does that mean…? PURE ADRENALINE! It is THE fastest sport on ice and one of the fastest sports in the world. The rush of so much power and speed on something as unpredictable as ice, has whipped audiences into a frenzy and gained new fans across the country. Admission is $5-$25.

Date: January 31
Time: 7:30pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

trivia Arch Rival Roller Girls Annual Trivia Night: Think you’re smarter than a roller girl? We’ll put you to the test! Join the Arch Rival Roller Girls for our annual trivia night! Doors at 6:00pm and Trivia at 7:00pm. $20 per person, $200 per table of 10. Includes beer, wine, and soda – no outside alcohol allowed, please.

Date: Jan 31
Time: 6pm
Place: German Cultural Society – 3652 S Jefferson Ave

Super Bowl Sunday

Nippy niner Nippy Niner: The Nippy Niner is a nine mile (15K) paved, gravel and off-road trail run that begins on a gentle gravel road leading to the historic confluence point of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers and then returns on the undulating River’s Edge Trail. The race starts on an open plane winding it’s way through the wetlands and migratory bird habitats before entering the dense bottom-land forest alongside the Missouri River and returning on gravel roads to the finish. Fast, Flat and extra Nippy. Registration is $35 or $40 day of. All registrants will receive a super deluxe Nippy Niner event Shirt. Start time will be at NINE am

Date: Feb 1
Time: 9am
Place: Columbia Bottom Conservation Area

SuperBowlXLIXLogo Ballpark Village: FOX Sports Midwest Live! is hosting the ultimate big game experience that includes cheerleaders, contests, live music, and giveaways all centered around a 40 FT TV! They are offering table reservation packages starting at a 4-top for $160 and up to a 10-top for $400. Table reservations include buckets of beer and appetizers like wings, pretzel bites, sliders, and nachos.

Budweiser Biergarten: Win tickets to hang out with Rizzuto, Patrico, Burton, and Moon from 105.7 The Point at an exclusive party in The Biergarten. Superbowl XLIX with a few hundred of your fellow Point Ninjas, tons of food, prizes, a giant flat screen TV being given away at half-time, and ice-cold Bud Light all under the giant heated tent of the Biergarten. They’re giving away tickets every day so your chances are good.

For more places to watch the game on Sunday, check here.

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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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