STL Weekend Events: Oct 29-Nov 1

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The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, October 29th through Sunday, November 1st, 2015.

St. Louis Blues vs Anaheim Ducks: The Blues play 2 homes games this weekend. The first is against the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday. The first 12,500 fans in attendance for this game will receive a Kevin Shattenkirk bobblehead. Tickets start at $31. On Halloween they play the Minnesota Wild at 7pm.

Date: Oct 29
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

Falling Awake: A City Museum Halloween Spectaculaire: Join Captured Planet and the Loyal Family at the City Museum for an unmatched immersive experience featuring: escape artistry by Dr. Judas Lynch (with a special escape act created for the City Museum), burlesque by Lola Van Ella, improv by Not Quite Right, a freak show only Bob Cassilly would love, magic by Presto the Magician, shadow puppets by STL Puppet Works, MC Chris Ward of loudQUIETLoud, MC Josh Loyal, wandering creatures. Music by: 18andCounting and TheOnlyEnsemble, Kid Scientist, River Kittens, Bobby Dazzlers, and Loud Outfit.Food and special cocktails! Costumes highly encouraged. Tickets: $25 advance, $30 at the door.

Date: Oct 29
Time: 7pm
Place: City Museum-750 N 16th St

We’ve Been Thinking Tour: Jeff Foxworthy and Larry The Cable Guy are coming to St. Louis. Two superstar comedians reunite for a comedy tour after the successful Blue Collar Comedy Tour, they have both continued to be successful. Jeff is the largest selling comedy-recording artist in history, a multiple Grammy Award nominee and bestselling author of more than 26 books. Larry is a multiplatinum recording artist, Grammy nominee, Billboard award winner and one of the top comedians in the country. They recently launched a comedy channel on SiriusXM called “Jeff and Larry’s Comedy Roundup.” Tickets start at $30.

Date: October 30
Time: 7pm & 9:30pm
Place: Peabody Opera House-1400 Market St

SLAM Underground: The Dark Side: Sip on a signature drink at our cash bar, move to the beats of DJ TrashTalk, craft decorations in the Art Lab, enjoy pop music with a dark side from Middle Class Fashion, reveal the unknown with a fortune teller and dream analyst, draw your own contrast between light and dark while sketching in the style of chiaroscuro, carve out time to watch Sculpted Pumpkins’s live 2D and 3D demos, and search for shadows in a gallery game. Admission is free.

Date: Oct 30
Time: 7pm
Place: St. Louis Art Museum-1 Fine Arts Dr

Halloween Trolley Bar Crawl: This event is happening both Friday and Saturday night. Purchase advanced tickets for $30 and you get access to a trolley to drop you off at participating Washington Ave and Soulard hot spots: Over/Under, Flannery’s, Lucas Park and Grille, Rosalita’s, Bobby’s Place, Flamingo Bowl, Big Daddy’s, D’s Place, Llywelyn’s, and Johnny’s for 2 nights of Halloween fun. Tickets include free entry into all bars, 3 drink vouchers, drink specials, free trolley transportation from 9:30pm-1:30am, and a $1000 grand prize costume contest.

Date: Oct 30 & 31
Time: 9:30pm
Place: Participating bars downtown& Soulard

Gone Cupcaking Halloween Road Show: Pick from five different sessions, as the Gone Cupcaking Team of Decorators walks you through this fun learning experience. Every participant will receive six cupcakes, decorating tips, colorful icing sprinkles, toppers and much more! At these workshops, you will learn techniques for creating cupcake swirls, icing flowers, and how to create gourmet cupcake styles. Tickets are $49.

Date: Oct 31
Time: 11:00, 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 6:30
Place: St. Louis Galleria


Boos & Brews Fest: A free Halloween party at Craft Beer Cellar. There will be free candy, cool prizes, games, and more. Wear a Halloween costume and join the “Kill The Keg” for free. Enjoy donuts from Strange Donuts. Featuring Excel Brewing Co Bruja and more.

Date: Oct 31
Time: 5-9pm
Place: Craft Beer Cellar Clayton-8113 Maryland Ave

Halloween in the Central West End: An all day event starting with the Kids Costume Parade and Party at 11am on the corner of Euclid and McPherson. Then at noon, Trick or Treat bags are handed out to all kids on the corner of Maryland and Euclid. The Dog Costume Parade & Contest starts at 1pm at Euclid and McPherson. Then get ready for the real fun with the biggest costume contest in St. Louis. Registration begins at 6pm. At 8pm the contest begins and thousands of people fill the streets to see the show. There will be up to $4,000 worth in cash and prizes given away to the winners.

Date: Oct 31
Time: dogs-1pm, adults-8pm
Place: CWE-Maryland Plaza

5th annual Historic Soulard Halloween Costume Crawl: There will be 10+ bars offering beers and drink specials anywhere from $1 and up along with free buffets and discounted food, live band entertainment and more. Registration will take place from 12pm-3pm sharp. At 4pm at the Great Grizzly Bear Bar we will be giving away $500 cash to the 3 best costume categories (sexy/unique/overall best). You will also receive a raffle ticket at registration, in which we will do a live drawing and give away 2 pairs of Rams/Blues front row tickets for the 2015-2016 season. Tickets are $20.

Date: Oct 31
Time: 12-3pm registration
Place: Participating Soulard bars

Lemp Mansion Halloween Bash: The Lemp Mansion in South City has been throwing one of the best Halloween parties in the city for years. This year it starts at 8pm. The tickets are $60 in advance and include an all night appetizer buffet, 4 hour open bar, live bands: Dance Floor Riot, Farrell Webber and the Outsiders, and Stacy Collins Band, plus a costume contest with great cash prizes. Reservations are required so get your tickets in advance.

Date: Oct 31
Time: 8pm
Place: Lemp Mansion-3322 Demenil Pl

Find out about more Halloween parties here and haunted attractions here.

Rams vs 49ers: Coming off a win against the Cleveland Browns, the Rams will play at home for a 2nd week against the 49ers. In addition to the game and tailgating, The Landing is hosting a Keep the Rams in STL Rally. Support the Rams on the Landing with a Rally from 9am-12p. Enjoy live DJ entertainment from 9am-noon followed by musical guest Push the Limit from 3-6pm. Game time is 12pm. Tailgate in Baer Park with $5 beers, live music and Rams merchandise for purchase. All fans in attendance receive a Rams phone wallet.

Date: Sunday, Nov 1
Time: 12pm
Place: Edward Jones Dome

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