STL Weekend Events: February 19-22

Jessica
2208 days ago.

The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, February 19th through Sunday, February 22nd, 2015.

Featured Event

hot country nights Hot Country Nights: Ballpark Village started a series of country nights with awesome country artists performing every weekend in February & March. It kicked off with Dustin Lynch followed by a free show with Jana Kramer. As the 3rd show in the series, Craig Campbell will be performing this Friday night for FREE on the FOX Midwest Sports Live! stage. Craig’s hits include: Keep Them Kisses Comin’ and Outta My Head. Must be 21 to attend. Show starts at 8pm.

Date: Feb 20
Time: 8pm
Place: Ballpark Village

Thursday

happy hour Happy Hour For A Cause: Join us to celebrate St. Louis’ best Happy Hour for 2 nights only. We are giving away free food from 4-5pm and prizes. Donations from the events will benefit local charities Habitat for Humanity St. Louis and Stray Rescue of St. Louis. Invite your friends and co-workers to come and support your local community! Featured charity is Habitat for Humanity. Happy Hour specials include $5-$9 sushi rolls and $5 specialty drinks.

Date: February 19
Time: 4-6pm
Place: Drunken Fish – Ballpark Village

MPBA-arena MPBA Basketball: Midwest Professional Basketball Association with the St. Louis RiverSharks and the Gateway Steam both calling the St. Charles Family Arena their home. Come out to St. Charles and watch the St. Louis Riversharks and Gateway Steam beat the Windy City Groove and Bloomington Flex. The schedule is: 4pm – RiverSharks vs. Windy City Groove and 7pm – Steam vs. Bloomington Flex. Tickets range from $10 to $25 and can be purchased at the Family Arena box office.

Date: Feb 19
Time: 4pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

Friday & Saturday

blues St. Louis Blues vs Boston Bruins: Come out and watch the Blues crush the Bruins. In addition to a great game, this is part of the Month of Mardi Gras promotions. Tickets start at $29 and include live music from Dale Blue Band, specials on New Orleans inspired food including Jambalaya, sliders, and a pizza bar, the Blues beer garden, and prizes and giveaways.Or, become a Bluenatic and you’ll be able to purchase tickets in the Plaza Level for as low as $54. Plus, each ticket includes a FREE Bluenatic T-Shirt that you’ll wear during the game.

Date: Feb 20
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

WWS show Working Women’s Survival Show: The 28th annual ultimate girls’ day out event is here. Special guest appearances from Melissa Joan Hart and celebrity stylist, Michael O’Rourke. Relax in the complimentary Spa Oasis, join the Inspired Chef 2-day cook-off event, run in the Ultimate Girls Day 5K on Saturday at 9am. Check out fashion shows, learn from professional trainers from studios all over St. Louis the newest ways to drop fat and gain muscle. Pink Lemon Studio will be leading Polerina classes with pole and ballet bar fitness as well as kick boxing and boot camp drills. IronWorks Fitness will feature Zumba, P90X, and total body workouts, while FitChix does Rock Star Fit and Cardio StripFit routines. Swill and sip some of the choicest vintages from around the area in The Wine Garden, get a stylish new haircut with just a $10 donation, and more.

Date: Feb 20-22
Time: Fri: 11-8, Sat: 10-8, Sun:11-5
Place: St Charles Convention Center

schlafly tap takeover Schlafly Tap Takeover: Flannery’s Pub will be featuring 15 of Schlafly’s finest drafts throughout the weekend. This is all part of our 10 Years of Flannery’s Celebration that will be going on all year long. With the Blues in town Friday and Saturday night, Washington ave will be the place to be and flannery’s will be at the center of it all. Live music Friday night from 5-8pm for STLive Music plus an awesome beer list inlcuding: Pale Ale – ESB – Hard Cider, Hefeweizen – Coffee Stout – Swarzbier, Dry-hopped APA – Tasmanian IPA – Scotch Ale, Kolsch – Irish Extra Stout – American Brown,and Oatmeal Stout – Milk Chocolate Stout – Session IPA.

Date: Feb 20-22
Time: 11am-12am
Place: Flannery’s Pub – 1324 Washington Ave

glassquerade Glassquerade: Mardi Gras isn’t over quite yet! Join us for one last party the whole family can enjoy! We’re combining the usual exciting Third Friday festivities with a little Fat Tuesday revelry! Enjoy our signature cocktail, a Mardi Gras favorite: Hurricanes! East Gallery presents “Imagining from Above” – Art as Seen from a Drone” by Tony Carosella. Grab a bite from one of our featured Food Trucks: Andrew’s Bayou Ribs, Completely Sauced, and The Sweet Divine. Live music by Salt of the Earth. Fire spinning by St. Louis Fire Technicians.

Date: Feb 20
Time: 6-10pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar

TEDxGatewayArch TEDx Gateway Arch Confluence II: TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) is a global set of conferences owned by the private non-profit Sapling Foundation, under the slogan: “Ideas Worth Spreading”. They are hosting their flagship event this weekend. Enjoy a full day of local speakers, giving their TED Talk on a variety of topics, illustrating how our city is filled with innovators and thought leaders. Throughout the day of live presentations and TED Talks, you will have breaks to enjoy the exhibitors and to network with fellow TED enthusiasts. In addition to live theater seating, the Sheldon venue will have large simulcast areas with relaxed seating and easy access to refreshments plus dozens of exhibitors showing off innovative ideas and products. Immediately following the Talks, enjoy the entertainment at the happy hour where you can meet and mingle with the speakers and the volunteer team. Tickets are $75 or $50 for students.

Date: Feb 21
Time: 9:30am-4:30pm
Place: Sheldon Concert Hall – 3648 Washington Blvd

wall ball Artscope presents Wall Ball: An annual art sensation, Wall Ball is one of the most highly sought after art events every year! Wall Ball is an annual opportunity for art enthusiasts, patrons and supporters to see artwork created live by St. Louis’ finest artists! Wall Ball is the biggest contributor to Artscope’s operating budget, so that it may continue offering creative programs for St. Louis children. $35 General Admission or $60 V.I.P. – includes open Beer & Wine, Early Admission.

Date: Feb 21
Time: 7pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar

Red Neck Yaht Club Redneck Yacht Club: The Redneck Yacht Club comes to the #1 country bar in St. Louis, PBR Bar, this Saturday. Dress to un-impress with tacky tats, jorts, camo hats, cowboy boots…your best redneck attire…and receive FREE cover! Enjoy $4 Smirnoff flavors and $5 Tall boys. Get your country on with great music and great drink specials.

Date: Feb 21
Time: 7pm
Place: PBR St. Louis – Ballpark Village

Sunday

dellas diner Della’s Diner: Della’s Diner is a hilarious musical comedy soap opera full of non-stop surprises, twists and turns. Della is the sassy, big-hearted café owner who dispenses love, wisdom and moral advice to the parade of odd balls who come and go from her cozy diner on Morning Glory Mountain. With original show tunes like Side of Fries, Satisfaction Guaranteed, Halfway to Heaven and All American Male, Della’s Diner is a crowd-pleaser with nothing but fun and laughter on the menu. Romp with outrageous Southern characters and show-stopping Country, Blues and Rockabilly tunes. Tickets are $28 for adults, $26 for seniors/students.

Date: Feb 22
Time: 2pm
Place: James J. Eagan Center – Florissant

international celebration 2015 Celebrate the World: An International Festival: The 2015 “Celebrate the World: An International Arts Festival” celebrates the diverse cultures and traditions within the Maryland Heights community. This is the Festival’s 14th year! Its sponsor, the Maryland Heights Cultural Arts Commission, would like to invite the local and regional community to attend. There will be live music and dance, cultural arts and crafts, jewelry, authentic foods, and special activities for children. Check out the events stage.

Date: Sunday, Feb 22
Time: 12pm – 5pm
Place: Maryland Heights Centre – 2344 McKelvey Road

 

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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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