The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, July 14th through Sunday, July 17th, 2016.
St. Louis Cardinals: The Cardinals play the Miami Marlins in St. Louis this weekend for 2006 World Series Anniversary Weekend. On Friday, Budweiser is providing fans the sixth stein in the Championship series, highlighting the 10th Anniversary of the Cardinals World Series Championship vs. the Detroit Tigers in 2006. On Saturday, fans will receive a replica 2006 World Series Champions mystery player ring. On Sunday, fans will receive an adult 2006 mystery jersey! You won’t know which player will be on your jersey until you walk through the gates of Busch Stadium on Sunday.
Date: July 15-17
Time: Fri: 7:15pm, Sat: 6:15pm, Sun: 1:15pm
Place: Busch Stadium
Super Jam 2016: Hot 104.1 Presents Super Jam 2016 on July 16 starring Fetty Wap, Young Thug, K. Michelle, 2 Chainz, 50 Cent, Desiigner, Young Greatness, Dreezy, TK-N-Cash, Belly, Kent Jones, JR, LA4SS, and more. Ticket prices start at $36.50.
Date: Saturday, July 16
Place: Scottrade Center
Riverfront Marketplace: A two day shopping, dining experience with biergarten is meant to bring new life to the Arch Grounds after its incredible reconstruction thanks to CityArchRiver. This weekend, the STL Swap Meet will take place at the Arch Riverfront. There will be over 40 vendors, live music, food trucks, and a biergarten.
Date: July 16 & 17
Place: Arch Riverfront – Leonor K Sullivan Dr
9th Annual World Naked Bike Ride: WNBR starts and ends in The Grove with the Manchester Bike Bash at 5pm and is part of an international event to raise awareness of cyclist rights and vulnerability on the road, and promote positive body image and protest oil dependency. Visit the Grove businesses and vendors for food and drink before the ride. 9pm post-ride celebration in the Grove. Street party on Manchester, right where the ride started. Live music, entertainment, food and drinks will be available in the street until 12am.
Date: Saturday, July 16
Time: pre-bash 5pm, ride 7pm
Place: The Grove, CWE, Downtown
Carondelet Concerts in the Park: A longstanding annual celebration of diverse music, hosting local musicians at various parks in the Carondelet neighborhood. These concerts have been a staple in the community for more than 25 years, attracting thousands of attendees. Each week features a different variety of music and other activities including craft fairs, childrens book-reading with the St. Louis Public Library during concert intermission and more. This week’s live music is from the Retro Boogie Band.
Date: Sunday, July 17
Place: Carondelet Park – 3900 Holly Hills
Whitaker St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase: An annual presentation of the nonprofit Cinema St. Louis, serves as the area’s primary venue for films made by local artists. The Showcase screens works that were written, directed, edited, or produced by St. Louis natives or films with strong local ties. The 12 film programs that screen at the Tivoli from July 17-21 serve as the Showcase’s centerpiece. The programs range from full-length fiction features and documentaries to multi-film compilations of fiction and documentary shorts. Programs with feature-length films include post-screening Q&As with filmmakers. Tickets are $13.
Date: July 17-21
Time: Times vary
Place: Tivoli – 6350 Delmar Blvd
Show Me St. Louis Reptile and Exotics Show: Beat the summer heat and come inside and chill with some cold-blooded critters. This is an all-ages, family friendly event. The Show Me St. Louis Reptile and Exotics Show features a raffle, supplies, feeders, family fun, education, auction, and door prizes. Children ages 12 and under are free; all others are $5 per person.
Date: Sunday, July 17
Place: Machinists’ District 9 Hall – 12365 St Charles Rock Rd
Internet Cat Video Festival: For its final year, the Internet Cat Video Festival runs for three days. It isn’t about watching cat videos – it’s about watching cat videos together. Join fellow feline fanatics to enjoy a curated collection of purrs and lolz plus family-friendly paws-on activities and food trucks each night. Cat couture is strongly encouraged, and the best costume will be chosen each night of the festival. The winner will receive a CAM membership. Food Truck Schedule: Wednesday: Seoul Taco, Thursday: Dancakes, Friday: Cool Times Ice Cream Doors open at 6pm, screening at 7:30pm Tickets: $15 general admission; $10 members. $25 VIP seating; $20 members.
Date: July 13-15
Place: CAM – 3750 Washington Blvd
2nd Thursday at Foundry Art Centre: This unique, family-friendly community arts series is open to the public and is free of charge, with nominal fees for the food vendors and the refreshments. This week’s food is provided by Hot Dog Vendor. Music and artist line-up tba.
Date: Thursday, July 14
Place: Foundry Art Centre-520 N Main Center
Eckert’s Summer Concert Series: A free and family friendly event with a spot for the kids to play while the concerts are going on. Food and drinks available for purchase at our outdoor patio and our Country Store & Restaurant are open during the concert times. Dogs are allowed as long as they are on a leash. You might want to bring your own lawn chair as the provided tables and chairs tend to fill up fast! Live music will start at 7pm with Zydeco Crawdaddys on Friday and The Trophy Mules on Saturday.
Date: June 15 & 16
Place: Eckert’s-951 Greenmount Rd