STL Weekend Events: September 29 – October 2

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The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, September 30th through Sunday, October 3rd, 2016.


11th Annual CUREiosity: One of the most anticipated annual VIP events in St. Louis. CUREiosity celebrates the “Rock Docs” making a difference at the Alvin J. Siteman Cancer Center as well as the cutting-edge “Rock Star Research” being conducted at the institution. More than 300 guests are expected to attend this year’s party which will be held at Four Seasons Hotel located at Lumiere Place in downtown St. Louis. Cancer affects us all; its impact can be seen in every family, in every city around the world. It is time to come together and fight cancer as a community. Join us at CUREiosity, the party for a cure, and help in the fight against cancer.

Date: Friday, Sept 30
Time: 7pm-12am
Place: Four Seasons – 999 N 2nd St

St. Louis Cardinals: The Cardinals take on the Pittsburgh Pirates this weekend at home. Friday is Fireworks Night. Stay after the game to watch a fireworks show. The giveaway is a growth poster. Grow tall like the pros. Missouri Farmers Care is providing each kid who attends the game with a growth poster, so they can track their growth alongside a Cardinals player. Saturday night’s giveaway is a David Eckstein Bobblehead and a 2017 Cardinals magnet schedule. Sunday’s game kids can get a free ticket to Six Flags.

Date: Sept 30-Oct 2
Time: 7:15pm, 12:05, 2:15pm
Place: Busch Stadium

Sista Strut: The Sista Strut Awareness Rally kicks off at 8am, at Soldiers’ Memorial, 13th and Chestnut, with expert speakers, dancing, a special tribute and more! We strut at 10am! Before we strut, at the end of the rally, we will distribute free pink latex gloves for our highly anticipated Pink Glove Unity Dance. The Pink Glove Unity Dance is where all strutters join together in a dance of celebration for survivors, remembrance for those that lost the battle to breast cancer and a unified expression of hope for a cure. The Pink Glove Unity Dance is choreographed by St. Louis’ own MaTiff Dance Company. Registration is at the Omega Center at 3900 Goodfellow Blvd. Registration fee is $25 for an individual, $35 per person for a team.

Date: Saturday, Oct 1
Time: 10am
Place: Soldiers Memorial Park

Mix Tape Opening Exhibit: Art Saint Louis for our Mix Tape exhibition featuring new artworks by 36 St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois as juried by Cat Pick & Eddie Silva. Mix Tape features 46 artworks by 36 St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois. Artworks featured are in a variety of styles, techniques and media including ceramics, drawing, mixed media, paintings, pastel, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and more. Mix Tape is a juried exhibition featuring artworks that are about, or influenced by, all genres of music or that are about/or influenced by musicians. Artworks are about music of any genre—from classical to classic rock, country to jazz, hip hop to folk. Artworks are also about, or influenced by, musicians—from Clara Schumann to Beyoncé, Johannes Brahms to The Clash—anyone who has written a score, recorded a song, made music. The resulting exhibition is a visual mix tape. The exhibit is presented October 1-27, 2016 and is free and open to the public. A free opening reception will be held on Saturday evening, October 1, 6-8 p.m.

Date: Saturday, October 1
Time: 6-8pm
Place: Art St. Louis – 1223 Pine St

Wandy Sykes: Comedian, writer, actress, and voice artist, who has been named as one of the 25 Funniest People in America, is coming to St. Louis. Wanda spent 5 years as part of the HBO’s critically acclaimed “Chris Rock Show.” As a performer and writer on the show, she was nominated for three Primetime Emmy’s and in 1999 won the Emmy for “Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Special.” In 2001, she won the American Comedy Award for “Outstanding Female Stand Up Comic”. She won three more Emmy’s, in 2002, 2004 and 2005, for her work on “Inside the NFL” for “Outstanding Studio Show – Weekly- Inside The NFL”. In 2010 she won a GLAAD award for promoting a good image of equal rights for gays and lesbians. Tickets start at $36.75.

Date: Saturday, Oct 1
Time: 8pm
Place: Peabody Opera House – 1400 Market St

Maroon 5: The popular rock band led by Adam Levine, coach on The Voice, is hitting St. Louis on their North American Tour 2016 with special guests: Tove Lo, Phases, and R*City. Hits include: “Sugar,” “Maps,” “Animals,” “Payphone,” “Love Somebody,” “Makes Me Wonder,” “Sunday Morning,” “Harder To Breathe,” and more. Tickets start at $27.

Date: Sunday, Oct 3
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Scottrade Center


24th Historic Shaw Art Fair:one of the premier fine art and fine craft fairs in the St. Louis area. It is highly rated by art fair magazines and participating artists. Roughly 135 top caliber artists and craftspeople from around the country are selected each year to participate in the professionally juried event.The fair showcases a number of different art mediums, including: Clay, Digital Drawing, Pastels, Fiber Art, Glass, Jewelry, Mixed Media, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Woodwork, and more. Visitors and artists will enjoy the festive atmosphere that includes live music, a food court featuring food from many local restaurants, and a children’s art area. Admission is $7.

Date: October 1 & 2
Time: Fri: 9am-5pm, Sat: 10am-5pm
Place:4100 & 4200 blocks of Flora Place


Taste of Trucktober and Backstoppalooza: This family friendly festival hosts an array of gourmet food trucks like you have never set your eyes on before. Complete with music, games, and more! Food trucks include: Pi, Kona Ice, Steak Louie, Frosty Treats, Cheese Shack, Wing Nuts, The Southerner, Wayno’s, and more. Following Trucktoberfest is Backstoppalooza, a fundraising concert to benefit BackStoppers. 7 Bridges Eagles Tribute Band will be performing. Opening for them is the St. Louis County Police Pipe & Drum Band. Admission is free.

Date: Saturday, October 1
Time: 12-9:30pm
Place: Chesterfield Amphitheater

Best of Missouri Market: More than 120 food producers and crafters offer baked goods, fresh and dried flowers, herbs, handcrafted items, baskets, wooden toys, custom jewelry and more. Enjoy live music and a kids’ corner with crafts and fall activities, too! Live music from: Paul Nixon, The Dust Covers, and Three of a Perfect Pair. Admission is: $12 adults (ages 13 and up) and $5 children (ages 3-12).

Date: Sept 30-Oct 2
Time: Fri: 6-9pm, Sat: 9am-5pm, Sun: 9am-5pm
Place: MO Botanical Garden

11th Annual Grove Fest: This family friendly, eclectic street festival will feature a kids zone, street performers, live music, and amazing food and drinks from local Grove businesses. Enjoy shopping, street performers, fun art, and more. Head out to the pre-game Happy Hour on Thursday starting at 4pm. Suggested donations of $5 will be accepted at the door to help support the Grove.

Date: Saturday, Oct 1
Time: 2-11pm
Place: The Grove – Manchester Ave

DuckFest 2016: A celebration of all things hunting and outdoor. There will be a Cabella’s Calling Contest, Duck Club Challenge, live music, gun raffles, and a chance to win a water well or $10,000. Enjoy drink specials at Elmer’s, Hobo’s and The Field Box. Proceeds benefit Emmaus Homes! Purchase VIP tickets for $100 to enjoy unlimited food and beer all day.

Date: Saturday, Oct 1
Time: 1-9pm
Place: Elmer’s Tavern – St. Peters

Fall Into Science: A series of events featuring our favorite fall foods. Enjoy beer and wine tastings, food demonstrations and sampling, as well as special treats available for purchase and fun activities for the whole family. This Sunday’s fall food celebration is apples. Highlights include the Smashing Apples in Science Gone Splat and fun education activities for the whole family all day! Hard Cidar and Apple Wine Samples from 1-4pm, Apple Pie and Caramel Apple Bar Available from 11am-4pm, and an Apple Crisp Food Demonstration at 2pm.

Date: Sunday, Oct 3
Time: 11am-4pm
Place: Science Center – 5050 Oakland Ave

St. Charles

14th Annual Augusta Bottoms Beer Festival: Tickets are $30 in advnace, $35 at the gate. Ticket sale includes: free beer tasting, live music, and commemorative glass. Food by Augusta Brewing Company. Music by Schmitt & Grin. More than 30 breweries will be in attendance.

Date: Saturday, Oct 1
Time: 12pm
Place: Augusta Brewing Co – 5521 Water St


Collinsville Food Truck Festival: Second annual Food Truck Festival and Sample the Culinary Delights of the Area’s Top Rated Food Trucks! Live music by Brother Mark and the Good Season at 6pm and a screening of this year’s featured movie “Gremlins” at dusk.

Date: Saturday, Oct 1
Time: 5pm
Place: Woodland City Park, Collinsville

Archon 40: The Midwest’s Premier Science Fiction and Fantasy Event. A locally organized and locally staffed event, presented each year by St. Louis area science fiction and fantasy fans. It includes internationally known media guests, scientist, writers, artists, merchandise dealers and performers and a world recognized Masquerade; its goal is to bring to Saint Louis and science fiction fandom everywhere, a celebration of your imagination. Guest of Honor – Ellen Datlow, Media Guest of Honor – Claudia Christian, Artist Guest of Honor – John Picacio, Masquerade Guest of Honor – Evil Ted Smith, Toastmaster – Brad Denton, Masquerade MC – Vic Milan.

Date: Sept 30-Oct 2
Time: see website for times
Place: Gateway Convention Center, Collinsville, IL

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