STL Weekend Events: July 16-19

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The Guide for Weekend Events in St. Louis from Thursday, July 16th through Sunday, July 19th, 2015.


Not So Quiet Concert Series: American Idiot: A monthly concert performed on the third Thursday at the Central Branch Library in Downtown St. Louis. This month the Central Library presents American Idiot – A Tribute to Green Day. This concert is free and performed in the Central Library Auditorium. American Idiot will have you jumping, singing, and fist-pumping to favorites spanning Green Day’s amazing career. Urban Eats Café Central will be on hand selling delicious drinks and flavorful food with an ethnic twist.

Date: July 16
Time: 7pm
Place: Central Branch Library – 1301 Olive

X-Mas In July: Third Friday is celebrating being halfway to the holidays. They will be unveiling a brand new selection of custom glass gifts. The signature cocktail is Watermelon Margarita. Food from Mission Taco Joint: Pho King Taco, Mofu Tofu Taco, Chips and Salsa, and Fresh Guac, exciting guided glass art activities, and a new installation in East Gallery: artwork by the teaching artists and students of local non-profit Artscope. Jam out to classic holiday tunes mixed with a little blues by the Diamond Cut Blues Band and watch fire spinning by St. Louis Fire Technicians.

Date: July 17
Time: 6pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar

Music at the Intersection: A free music festival that will showcase the best of Missouri talent across an array of American music genres. Featuring local beer tents, street art, food and drink specials, and so much more. Featuring music from bluesman Marquise Knox and complimentary Urban Chestnut beer samples. Additional music will be featured in Grand Center venues from artists including: The People’s Key, The Bottlesnakes, Big Mike & the Blue City All Stars, DJ Nune, Jesse Gannon Truth, and many more.

Date: July 17
Time: 5pm
Place: Strauss Park – Grand Center

Colors on Tap: Art Show and Tenacious Trivia Night presented by Turner Center for the Arts. TCA is a fine arts studio fostering independence through self-expression, a non-profit that provides art programs for people with disabilities. Trivia is $25 and includes entry plus 1 beer. There will be 50/50 raffles, a silent auction, and prizes.

Date: July 17
Time: 7pm
Place: Schlafly Tap Room – 2100 Locust

Cardinals vs Mets: The Cardinals play the New York Mets this weekend. After 3 in a row losses to the Pirates, we’re ready for some wins! In addition to watching the Cardinals win, the first 25,000 fans ages 16 and older in attendance will receive a Team Photo Canvas Print presented by Coca-Cola on Friday’s game. Saturday’s game giveaway will be a Matt Carpenter Booblehead presented by AT&T. In addition to ice cream Sundays for the kids, the giveaway for fans 16 and older on Sunday is a Kurt Warner V-Neck T-Shirt. Stop by Ballpark Village after the game for live music on the FOX Midwest stage: Legends Under Cover plays Friday night and Jambone plays Saturday.

Date: July 17-19
Time: Fri: 5:15pm, Sat: 4:15pm, Sun: 11:15am
Place: Busch Stadium

Kirkwood Peach Festival: Activities will be bountiful during the Kirkwood Farmers’ Market Peach Festival. Visitors to Downtown Kirkwood will enjoy peach samples from local farmers as well as peach related treats and menu items at Kirkwood Farmers’ Market. Local farmers will be competing in a contest for the best locally-grown peach. Enjoy free samples and shop at the sidewalk sale. Music by Maple Jam Band from 10am-12pm.

Date: July 18
Time: 10am
Place: 150 E Argonne, Kirkwood

Fight Hard MMA: Fight Hard MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) is the fastest growing sport in America. Locally based in Lake St. Louis, Fight Hard MMA has established themselves as the premier MMA promotion in the St. Louis metropolitan area. They showcase MMA’s best and brightest young fighters while providing its fans with non-stop action both inside and outside of the cage. Fight Hard MMA will be offering thousands of free tickets to fans through several area marketing and retail partners as well as its website and Facebook page. Reserved floor seats are $10.

Date: July 18
Time: Doors: 5pm, Fight: 6pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

World Naked Bike Ride: STL’s annual clothing optional bike ride through the streets of St. Louis. WNBRSTL is part of an international event to protest oil dependency, raise awareness of cyclist rights and vulnerability on the road, and advocate positive body image.The Manchester Bike Bash is a pre and post festival designed to celebrate the ride. The festival takes place in the Grove between Sarah and Kentucky and features a stage with live music and DJs, body painting stations, and retail and food vendors. The ride includes a costume contest with winners for: Best Female, Best Male, Best Couple, Most Hairy, and Most Creative.

Date: July 18
Time: Festival: 5pm, Ride: 7pm
Place: The Grove STL

Summer Splash 2015: The inaugural Summer SPLASH at The Battlegrounds is already being called “the Lollapalooza of Mud Runs.” Presented by Mud Run Guide, the event features an OCR World Championships qualifying 5k wave(s) in the morning, fun adult & kid waves throughout the day, Family Foam Fun – a special foam-filled event for families & kids, Tot Trot, live music, contests, a Gauntlet Challenge, BBQ, libations, and the wildest raffle you’ve ever seen, plus an after party With contests & prizes. Registration is $60 until July 18th and $75 day of.

Date: July 19
Time: Gates: 7am
Place: 950 State Hwy OO, Wright City

St. Ann Sunday Food Truck Expo: Happening monthly in 2015, St. Ann is is hosting food truck events. This month, the lineup includes a whopping 13 trucks. Our list of trucks includes Guerrilla Street Food, Taco Truck Stl, Que Sazon Food Truck, Wayno’s – Mobile International Cuisine, Pyro Pizza STL, Mel’s Food Truck, Destination Desserts, Vincent Van Doughnut, The Southerner -StL, Andrew’s Bayou Ribs, Kona Ice, Russo’s Catering, and DELI on a ROLL Food Truck! There will be pet adoptions from St. Animal Pet Adoptions, and face painting as well as pony rides (weather permitting).

Date: July 19
Time: 12-5pm
Place: St. Ann Park – N Ashby Rd

Paddle with your Pooch: The 12th annual Paddle with your Pooch event is a fun event for both you and your dog (assuming he’s not terrified of water). Come out to the Post Dispatch Lake by the Boathouse and test your paddling skills in their paddle boats with your pup beside you. Each heat is limited to 22 boats. There will be 3 heats and the winners of each will go on to race for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Don’t have a dog? No worries! Come on out and cheer for your favorite dog-and-master team and enjoy some delicious food. A portion of the proceeds from the race will be donated to Forest Park Forever for maintaining the beauty of the park. The entry fee is $40 per dog-and-master team, which includes 1 Paddle with Your Pooch t-shirt.

Date: July 19
Time: 1pm – first heat
Place: Boathouse – Forest Park

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