STL Weekend Events: May 26-30

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The Memorial Day weekend events guide for St. Louis: Thursday, May 26th through Monday, May 30th, 2016.


2016 STL Communications’ Technology Fair: Spend the afternoon at Busch Stadium with STL Communications and leading technology organizations to learn how the latest technology can help your business grow. Join us for a free lunch lunch, followed by over a dozen educational sessions led by industry experts – and stick around afterwards for a tour of the stadium and more.

Date: Thursday, May 26
Time: 11:30am-5:30pm
Place: Busch Stadium

Cheers for Charity: An event to support local causes. This month’s event in the Beer Garden of Budweiser Brew House features Cystic Fibrosis as the sponsored charity. Donate $5 at the door to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, which aims at helping people who have a life-threatening genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and progressively limits the ability to breathe. Enjoy $3 Domestic Drafts, $4 Domestic Bottles, and $5 Cocktails, plus live music, raffles, giveaways, and more…come to eat, drink, and mingle for a great cause!

Date: Thursday, May 26
Time: 5-8pm
Place: Budweiser Brew House – 601 Clark

A Red, White & Blue Bash: Time to break out your stars and stripes, show your pride and party like a patriot. In honor of all our service men and women, you can proudly enjoy $3 domestic drafts, $4 domestic bottles, $5 call cocktails and shot specials beginning at 8pm in the Crown Room at Ballpark Village. Arrive early to receive red, white and blue beads, glow sticks, flags and more. You can also check out Dance Floor Riot performing on the FOX Midwest Sports Live stage at 9pm in Ballpark Village.

Date: Saturday, May 28
Time: 8pm
Place: Budweiser Brew House – 601 Clark Ave

SchwagFest: A free outdoor urban music festival on the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. This music festival in the heart of downtown is open to all ages and will feature a free concert by Grateful Dead Experience: The Schwag, along with Doors Tribute Band: Moonlight Drive and Bluegrass rockers, The Rumpke Mountain Boys from Ohio. Don’t miss this unique psychedelic classic rock experience with a festival vibe and great view of St. Louis skyline and Busch Stadium.

Date: Sunday, May 29
Time: 3pm – 11pm
Place: Ballpark Village – 601 Clark


Drink In Art: CAM and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation bring you a two-for-one Museum experience paired with two-for-one drink and appetizer specials! Make your way through current exhibitions at both institutions, and enjoy sips from Urban Chestnut, Schlafly, and more and bites in the CAM Café, including: Tomato Bruschetta, Pickled Vegetable Crostini and Roasted Red Pepper Hummus.

Date: Thursday, May 26
Time: 5-7pm
Place: CAM: 3750 Washington Blvd


Schlafly Art Outside: A three-day-long alternative art fair featuring art from over 50 artists based here in the St. Louis area. Come and show your support for local art and local beer, plus live music, and plenty of tasty food and drink from Schlafly Beer. Music artists include: Southern Exposure, JD Hughes & the Fuze, Old Salt Union, Ethan Leinwand, Beth Bombara Duo, Sweetie & the Toothaches, Baby Baby Dance with Me, Hazard to ya Booty The Old Souls Revival, Letter to Memphis, and The Loot Rock Gang.

Date: May 27-29
Time: Fri: 5-10pm, Sat: 10am-10pm, Sun: 12-4pm
Place: Schlafly Bottleworks-7260 Southwest Ave

St. Louis County Greek Fest: The annual festival features delicious food, live music, and a market place of Greek items. Menu includes traditional items: Lamb Shank, Shish-Ke-Bob, Gyros, Roasted Chicken, Shrimp Saganaki, Moussaka, Greek pastries, handmade by the ladies of the parish including Baklava, Galatobouriko, Kataifi, Theples, Karithopita, and Greek cookies. Entertainment including traditional Greek folk dancers and live Greek music plus movies and tours, the Agora market, and a kids corner make a festival fun for the whole family.

Date: May 27-30
Time:Fri – Sun: 11am-9pm, Mon: 11am-8pm
Place: Assumption Greek Orthodox Church-1755 Des Peres Rd

42nd Annual UCity Memorial Day Run: Celebrate Memorial Day with a 10K, 5K, or fun run. Join “Louie” from the St. Louis Blues at the Fun Run. Stop by the face painting table, too. Enjoy fresh fruit provided by Market in the Loop, beer provided by Urban Chestnut, Root Beer provided by Fitz’s, and frozen yogurt provided by Froyo! Registration is $35 (or $15 for fun run) in advance or $40 day of. Proceeds from the University City Memorial Run benefit The Green Center and the University City Public Library.

Date: Monday, May 30
Time: 7:30am
Place: Delmar Blvd, UCity

St. Louis African Arts Festival: The 25th annual festival provides the community at large access to the richness of the African culture and its impact on western culture. Activities include: African art, dance, jewelry making, drumming, authentic hair braiding, mask-making, and an African marketplace, plus this year – enjoy movie night at The Muny featuring: MARLEY, a movie by Kevin McDonald on Sunday evening. There will be a food court and children’s village as well.

Date: May 28-30
Time: Sat: 10am-8pm, Sun:11am-8pm, Mon: 10am-6pm
Place: World’s Fair Pavilion, Forest Park

MidSummer Night’s Pub Crawl: A creation of Cocktails & Curtain Calls featuring theatric pubcrawls. A progressive, sequential, immersive experience, ‘Midsummer’ is one of Shakespeare’s most popular and beloved comedies, and will be presented as a playful and raucous bar hop. This weekend’s event takes place in Soulard, beginning at Nadine’s Gin Joint. Each bar will have a scene(s), and transitional scenes will continue at the next location: The Great Grizzly Bear, Molly’s, Henry’s, and Hammerstones. At each location, Drink Package ($30) ticket holders will be provided one free, pre-made alcoholic beverage. That means each ticket gets you a total of 5 free drinks! “Participant” ticket holders ($12) will be given the usual swag, and allowed to participate in our audience interactions; but no drinks will be provided. Come dressed in costume and receive a free drink.

Date: Friday, May 27
Time: 7pm
Place: Participating Soulard pubs

Spring To Dance Festival:St. Louis’ pathbreaking dance festival, SPRING TO DANCE®, returns for its ninth year. This must-see festival brings together 30 professional dance companies from across the country for three unique, exhilarating nights over Memorial Day weekend. You name it — ballet, hip-hop, tango, classical, contemporary, modern and more — the festival offers something for everyone with a different program each night. See the line-up in the Lee Theater for only $10 per night, the main stage for $15 per night, or see all of the performances in both theaters for a package price of just $20 per night.

Date: May 27-29
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Touhill Performing Arts Center

Dave Matthews Band Summer Tour 2016: DMB has sold over 31 million records worldwide and is one of the Top 100 highest selling music acts of all time with 3 American Music Awards nomination, 6 MTV Video Music Awards nominations, Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group Grammy award winner, 4 time VH1 music awards winner, and an NAACP award. With an amazing fan following and amazing hits including: “Crash,” “What Would You Say,” “Too Much,” “Tripping Billies,” “Everyday,” “The Space Between,” “Gravedigger,” “Funny The Way It Is” and so many more, DMB puts on one of the best shows of any artist. Tickets start at $40.50 for lawn.

Date: Sunday, May 29
Time: 8pm
Place: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, Maryland Heights

St. Louis Swap Meet: A weekly dog, bike, and family friendly buy and sell market. Shop amazing vendors plus the local Cherokee shops and restaurants. Food and drinks available for purchase at The Corner Gates and The Irish Corner Pub. Enjoy local entertainment from Pat Liston of Mama’s Pride, The St. Louis Jitter Bugs, Gaslight Squares, DJ RiteHand Robot, Deadwax Records, and the Whiskey Raccoons.

Date: Sunday, May 29
Time: 9am-3pm
Place: Lemp Ave at Cherokee

St. Charles

Missouri River Irishfest: The largest free Irish Festival in the Midwest. Enjoy cultural activities including: plays, Irish dancers, Irish crafts, speaker and National Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Historian, Marilyn Madigan, live music from REd Headed Strangers, The Elders, Rusty Nail, The Wee Heavies, and more, plus a traditional Irish Breakfast by a St. Louis’ Irish chef and Shamrock’s Grill and Pub for $12 on Sunday, and The Guinness Experience ($40 VIP Experience) including beer tastings, goody bag, commemorative pilsner glass, and more. There will be delicious food available for purchase as well as merchandise vendors.

Date: May 27-29
Time: Fri: 5-10:30pm, Sat: 9am-10:30pm, Sun: 10am-5pm
Place: Frontier Park

RibFest: A food/craft/music festival spanning all four days of Memorial Day weekend. Admission is FREE and the event is family friendly. We have numerous food vendors including national BBQ champions and some of your favorite local joints, including: Salt+Smoke, Beast, Smokin J’s, Missouri Pitfire, Sugarfire, Porky Chicks, Hendrick’s, Chicago BBQ and tons more. Live music is played on two stages throughout the weekend. We have a large childrens play area and craft beers for the adults. Plus hundreds of vendors selling a wide variety of goods and services.

Date: May 27-30
Time: Fri: 5-11pm, Sat & Sun: 11am-11pm, Mon: 11am-7pm
Place: 3308 Rue Royale

gypsy caravan

Gypsy Caravan: The St. Louis Symphony Volunteer Association is pleased to present the 44th annual Gypsy Caravan, one of the largest and best antique, craft and vintage markets in the Midwest. Proceeds support the STL Symphony and Education Concerts that reach and inspire tens of thousands of area students each season. This year’s Gypsy Caravan features approximately 150 air-conditioned indoor booths and 300 outdoor vendor spaces with everything from trinkets to treasures, birdhouses, to bureaus, an incredible selection of antiques, collectibles, jewelry, furniture, fashions, crafts, delicious foods available for purchase, and much more. Registration: Early Bird (7-9am): $20, General (9am-5pm): $10.

Date: Monday, May 30
Time: 7am-5pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena


Memorial Weekend Festival: Enjoy outdoor festival foods and live entertainment at this old-fashioned all-American festival. Free wagon rides. Kid’s activities include pony rides, children’s play area, petting farm, carnival rides, and inflatable. Strawberry treats in the bakery, custard shop and restaurant. Enjoy a free concert Friday night with Cole Porter Band and Saturday night with Colonel Ford.

Date: May 28-30
Time: 10am-5pm
Place: Eckert’s – 951 Greenmount Rd

Alton Memorial Day Parade: Celebrate Memorial Day by experiencing the oldest consecutive running parade in the entire nation. The first one was held in 1868, just three years after the end of the Civil War. Celebrate the history of Pie Town, Upper Alton and those that served our country. Bring your lawn chairs and line the streets to show your support and join in on the fun.

Date: Monday, May 30
Time: 10am
Place: College & Washington Ave

Belleville Memorial Day Parade: The Belleville Memorial Day Association hosts this annual Memorial Day parade. The route begins at Cathedral Grade School and ends at Walnut Hill Cemetery where participants and spectators are welcome to remain for the Memorial Day Program, starting at 11 am. Parade units include Girl Scouts & Boy Scouts, VFW Post, Belleville West Marching Maroons, American Legion Post, Mid-America Military Vehicles, Belleville East Marching Lancers, Abbott EMS, Catholic War Veterans, and many more.

Date: Monday, May 30
Time: 10am
Place: downtown Belleville

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