STL Weekend Events: June 18-21

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The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, June 18th through Sunday, June 21st, 2015.


Startup Voodoo 2015: This event brings together thought leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists in the geographic center of the Midwest to uncover the voodoo behind innovation, successful startups, exchange best practices and ideas, as well as to create connections between the Midwest and coastal startup ecosystems. Speakers include Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator and a St. Louis native who was named the top investor under 30 by Forbes in 2015, Maxine Clark, Build-A-Bear Founder, Robert Scoble, Rackspace’s Startup Liaison Officer, Erik Moore, Founder & Managing Director of Base Ventures, Tom Foremski, the founding publisher of the Silicon Valley Watcher and editorial director at Delphix, andKack Speer, longtime National Public Radio correspondent and newscaster.

Date: June 18
Time: 10am
Place: Hotel Lumiere – 999 N 2nd St

St. Lou Fringe: This festival, now in it’s 3rd year, empowers artists with a platform to share bold, novel creations. Audiences are allured not only by artists’ unique work but by Fringe’s commitment to affordable ticket prices. Our vision is a city transformed through the singular artistic opportunity. It connects uncensored, unjuried performing arts with accessible, affordable performances for audiences. A one-time $5 purchase of a Fringe badge is required for entry into all festival shows and events. Then you get to pick your shows and get those tickets individually.

Date: June 17-27
Time: Times Vary
Place: Grand Center

Friday Night Live: The outdoor summer concert series kicks off this weekend with New Politics and Atlas Genius presented by 105.7 the Point. Rock out to hit songs like “Harlem” and “Trojans” at the new permanent outdoor Busch II Stage. GA tickets for each show are $10.57 in advance and $15 day of show. A VIP ticket option (21+) is also available for $25 in advance and $30 day of show and includes special reserved seating, bathroom and bar service. Next show: July 10 – The Urge and August 7 – Taking Back Sunday

Date: June 19
Time: 6pm
Place: Ballpark Village- 601 Clark

Third Friday: Kick off summer with 2000 degree glass! Enjoy some of the best eats and sweets St. Louis has to offer, while watching in amazement as our glassblowers craft some magnificent works of glass art at “Summer in St. Louis!” Signature cocktail: Ginger Pear Cordial. Enjoy artwork by John Salozzo, delicious St. Louis style barbecue from Andrew’s Bayou Ribs, Nitro Ices from Ices Plain & Fancy, photos in a refurbished 1974 VW Bus, The Photo Bus, live music by Tammy and the Grippies, and sunset fire spinning by St. Louis Fire Technicians.

Date: June 19
Time: 6pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar

Tower Grove Park Farmer’s Market 10th Anniversary: Celebrating our 10th Season with dozens of local farmers and food producers and thousands of St Louisans. In addition to the usual market goodies, there will be food from Holy Crepe, Queen’s Cuisine, Pi Pizza, Bombay Food Junkie, The Taco Truck, Pie Oh My, Clementine’s Creamery, Juicemasters, Ices Plain & Fancy, and I Scream Cakes. Enjoy a 10th Anniversary Beer, poured by Urban Chestnut Brewing Company. They will be pouring an assortment of their other brews, as well. Live music from three bands including: Nick Pence and Friends, Jon Bonham & Marc Chechik, and Auset plus 60 vendors of local food, local artisans and artists. Free yoga at 9am and Free QiGong at 8am.

Date: June 20
Time: 8am-5pm
Place: 4256 Magnolia

Gators South Jamfest and Crawfish Boil: The 4th Annual benefit for the Six String Heroes of Jefferson Barracks. A full day of live Music and great food. There will be crawfish races and a crawfish eating contest, 50/50 raffles, door prizes. American Idol contrestant, Ashley Lusk, will be performing as well as Rock-N-Bob Marty, Dixie Wrecked Band, Diamond Cut Blues Band, Dondi Willet, and Scott Reynolds & Matt Colin. Gators South/Six String Heroes Shirt for sale. $5 of each shirt sale goes directly to the cause.

Date: June 20
Time: 1pm
Place: 5915 Us Highway 61/67

Shop to the Beat: Groove to music from local St. Louis musicians as you shop your favorite stores at Taubman Prestige Outlets. Watch local artists by CHALK RIOT in partnership with Art Saint Louis create live chalk art throughout the shopping center. Bring the family to enjoy live music from Borderline, art, shopping, and more,

Date: June 20
Time: 12 – 3pm
Place: Taubman Prestige Outlets – 17017 N Outer 40 Rd

Green Homes Festival: A hands-on, day-long festival of learning, playing, and engaging with people of all ages and backgrounds with an interest in sustainable, healthy lifestyles. Talk with green product and service exhibitors, learning more about home improvement and healthy homes. The Festival features and highlights local foods and spirits, live music and sustainable and handmade shopping at a Green Marketplace. Children and families can enjoy activities such as recycled art projects and games, solar car races and solar oven s’mores and painting an eco-mural on a Metro bus. Presentations and demonstrations throughout the day share the many ways that plants, air, water, soil and energy sustain our homes, our health and our living Earth.

Date: June 20
Time: 9am-4pm
Place: Butterfly House & Faust Park – 15193 Olive Blvd

Clayton Music and Wine Festival: Taste wines from around the world while enjoying great musical performances from Bottoms Up Blues Gang – 4-5:30pm, Charles Glenn Sings Jazz from 6-7:30pm, and Javier Mendoza from 8-10pm. Food will available for purchase by 801 Chophouse, Kaldi’s, The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis & Whitebox Eatery. Participating shops at the Shoppes at the Crescent will have free wine samples available while supplies last. Don’t miss the Live Chalk Art, Wine Bottle Juggler and the Champagne Diva.

Date: June 20
Time: 4-10pm
Place: Carondelet Plaza, East of Hanley Road

Crawfish Fest: An outdoor traditional Louisiana style Crawfish Boil with Abita draft beer specials and live music. Get the Mudbug Package for $25 which includes unlimited access to traditional Louisiana Boil with gulf crawfish, jumbo shrimp, red potatoes, corn on the cob and smoked sausage, $3 draft Abita Beer specials, and live music, or go VIP for $50 and also get early entry at 4pm, a souvenir t-shirt and glass, and reserved seating.

Date: June 20
Time: 5-8pm
Place: Budweiser Brew House – 601 Clark

Sounds of Summer Concert Series: Bring your friends and family to one of the area’s best outdoor venues and enjoy the sounds of regional and national acts performing onstage at the beautiful Chesterfield Amphitheater. All performances in this series are free of charge and located on the amphitheater stage. Grab a fixed seat or bring a blanket or a chair for lawn seating. Concessions will be available for purchase, however concert-goers are welcome to bring their own food and beverage (NO GLASS, please). The Strumbellas, a six-piece Canadian Band with the same producer of the wildly popular “Lumineers” and also 2014 JUNO Award Winning and SiriusXM Indies Award Winner for Folk Group of the Year, will be performing.

Date: June 20
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Chesterfield Amphitheater – 631 Veterans Place Dr

Vintage Bliss Market: The region’s best vintage artisans and retro retailers to a one-of-a-kind shopping event this summer. Customers can shop for vintage, antique, handmade and repurposed goods from a variety of vendors specially selected for the quality, style and charm of their items. 60+ vendors will be selling everything from decorative items, home furnishings and fabrics to jewelry, clothing and art – all created with a vintage aesthetic. Beyond shopping, event activities include live music, prize giveaways, workshops, face painting, balloon art and food and drink from local purveyors and Westport Plaza’s restaurants. Live music schedule includes Miss Jubilee & the Humdingers Saturday 10am-1:30pm, Dawn Weber Group Saturday 2pm-6pm and Those Guys Sunday 10am-3pm. The first 150 attendees on Saturday will receive a free tote bag from Westport Plaza. Admission to the market is free.

Date: June 20 & 21
Time: Sat: 10am-6pm, Sun: 10am-3pm
Place: Westport Plaza – 111 Westport Plaza Dr

RFT Music Showcase: The 14th annual Riverfront Times Music Showcase celebrates the St. Louis music community with over 70 local bands performing across more than ten venues in the Grove neighborhood. The nominees are chosen by a panel of venue owners, employees, promoters, talent buyers, record store staff, dedicated diehards and other musical minds from organizations all over the city. Come out and listen to the bands and vote for your favorite. Wristbands are $10, check the website for the band line-up.

Date: June 20 & 21
Time: Starts at 1pm on Sat
Place: The Grove STL – 10 venues

Family Fun Day at Ballpark Village: Come out to to the St. Louis University Hospital Family Fun Day. Enjoy Baseball, football, soccer, and hockey! Bring the kids out for games, rides, mascot appearances and face painting. Admission is free and includes: Fredbird & Team Fredbird, St. Louis Blues Inflatable Slap Shot game, Saint Louis Football Club players and games, St. Louis Rams Kick/Pass game, chalk art, and more. All access pass is $5 and includes Rock Climbing Wall, Inflatable Obstacle Course, Bounce House, Face Painting, Racing Fun House, Baseball Spin Wheel game, Home Run Derby game, and Home Plate game. Proceeds go to Stray Rescue of St. Louis.

Date: June 21
Time: 12-4pm
Place: Ballpark Village

All American 5K & Fun Run: Go! St. Louis is hosting their All American 5K & Fun Run this Sunday complete with apple pie and ice cream. The 5K starts at 7:30am, Fun Run starts at 8:30am. Pay for your dad’s entry fee (5K-$30 if you register by 6/18, 1-Mile Fun Run-$18), run with him, jog leisurely behind him, or sit on the sidelines in your lawn chair and cheer him on when he passes by. Either way, it counts as quality time, and everyone wins when you get apple pie and ice cream.

Date: June 21
Time: 5k: 7:30am, Fun Run: 8:30am
Place: Start line: downtown Kirkwood – 325 North Taylor

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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 long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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