STL Weekend Events: October 13-16

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Your St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, October 13th through Sunday, October 16th, 2016.


St. Louis Blues Home Opener: Celebrate the home opener and the team’s 50th anniversary this Thursday as the Blues take on the Minnesota Wild. The pre-game rally at Clark Avenue Plaza starts at 3:30pm. At 4:30pm, live music from That 80’s Band gets underway on the main stage. The rally will also include appearances from Louie, Angella, Patrico and Blue Crew. Plus, fans will be able to take advantage of great food, drink and merchandise specials outside Scottrade Center. Doors to the arena will open at 5:30pm, with the in-arena pre-game show planned for 6:45pm. Don’t miss out on what promises to be a special night in celebration of the team’s 50th anniversary. A 360° photo will also be taken capturing all those in attendance. Be in your seats at the end of the first period to take part in this first-ever event at Scottrade Center. All fans in attendance will also receive a 2016-17 Blues calendar courtesy of Dobbs Tire & Auto Centers. The Blues then play the New York Rangers on Saturday night at home – promo item is a 2016-17 magnet schedule courtesy of Pepsi.

Date: Thursday, October 13
Time: 3:30pm – pre-game rally, game: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

Craftoberfest: Indie Handmade Night Market: Modern Handcrafted Goods by 35+ local makers, live folk tunes by Acoustic Tortuga, tasty bites by Mission Taco Truck, tarot readings by Tarot St. Louis under the stars & twinkling lights while sipping on craft brews.

Date: Thursday, October 13
Time: 5-10pm
Place: Urban Chestnut – 3229 Washington Ave

Take Me To The River Concert: The National Blues Museum will host a live musical performance by the “Take Me to the River” Memphis All-Star band featuring William Bell, Frayser Boy, Al Kapone, Legendary Hi Rhythm Section and the Stax Academy Alumni Band. The Concert will take place in the Lumiere Legends Room. The Museum is pleased to host the ‘Take Me to the River’ Education Initiative. Take Me to the River is an award-winning full-length documentary film directed by Martin Shore that brings multiple generations of award-winning Memphis and Mississippi Delta musicians together, following them through the creative process of recording an historic new album. Tickets are $15.

Date: Friday, October 14
Time: 7-10pm
Place: National Blues Museum – 615 Washington Ave

Hay Bales & Pumpkin Ales Harvest Party: Throw on your best flannel and come celebrate the fall season with us at PBR! October 14th, Hay Bales and Pumpkin Ales will feature $5 pumpkin ales, $5 apple pie shots, and a face painter all night long! Doors open at 6pm – wear flannel to get in free.

Date: Friday, October 14
Time: 6pm
Place: PBR St. Louis – 601 Clark

Rock n Roll Marathon Weekend:For two days, over 60 exhibitors will offer free samples, showcase the latest in running gear, sports apparel, health & nutritional information and much more. In addition to the expo, it is a weekend filled with a variety of races including the 5K, 10K, and half marathon. The 5K will take place on Friday the 15th at 8am. The 10K and half marathon are on Saturday at 7am. All runners can look forward to live, local bands performing along the course, spirited Cheer Squads on the course, a t-shirt, gear bag, and finisher medal, beer at the finish line, and admission to the expo and post-race concerts.

Date: October 14 – 16
Time: Expo: Fri: 3-7pm, Sat: 10am-5pm
Place America’s Center & downtown

Brew In The Lou: Join us for the 4th annual Brew in the Lou at our new location, Francis Park, the Mall, featuring samples of beer, wine, spirits, coffee and good eats. Ticket price of $40 is all inclusive of food and drinks. Proceeds benefit the 35 member schools and 8,500 students we serve in the Greater St. Louis area. Featuring Vernon’s BBQ, Gobblestop Smokehouse, Double G Ham, Old Vienna Red Hots, Swiss Meats, the offical bratwurst of Brew in the Lou and much more.

Date: Saturday, Oct 15
Time: 1-5pm
Place: Francis Park – 5399 Donovan St. Louis

The Amazing Crawl: One of the best annual events in downtown St. Louis. It’s a mix of the the Amazing Race and the best beer St. Louis has to offer. Teams of 4 will race through Downtown completing games and challenges at 11 difference downtown bars and restaurants. The team that completes all the challenges 1st wins. Prizes will include gift certificates from downtown restaurants and awesome beer merchandise. Tickets are $20.00 per person and the beer is free.

Date: Saturday, Oct 15
Time: 4-7pm
Place: 13th and Washington

Oktoberfest Cruise: One last Oktoberfest celebration. Enjoy authentic German food, dance to live German music and toast to good friends and fun times on the river. Indulge in a buffet of traditional German offerings including: Beef Rouladen, Bratwurst/Knockwurst, Sweet & Sour Cabbage, Knoodle Kugle, Hot German Potato Salad, Rye & Pumpernickel Breads, and German Chocolate Cake while enjoying views of the Mississippi. Adult: $40, Child (age 3–12): $18

Date: Sunday, October 16
Time: 12:30-3pm
Place: Gateway Arch Riverboat



CigarBQue: CigarBQue features unbelievably good food, crazy creative cocktails, wine, beer, and the world’s finest Diamond Crown cigars. Tickets are $75 and include: Unique cuisine creations prepared by highly acclaimed chefs: Mike Johnson-Sugarfire, Mke Emerson-Pappy’s, Tom Schmidt-Salt+Smoke, Ron Buechele-Capitalist Pig, Skip Steele-Bogart’s, and Jason Tilford-Mission Taco. Plus, Featured cocktails prepared by the talented bartenders from Atomic Cowboy, Eclipse, Salt+Smoke, Olive+Oak, and Cocktails Are Go! Plus, a selection of super premium cigars from Diamond Crown. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Cigar Family Charitable Foundation.

Date: Thursday, October 13
Time: 6-9pm
Place: Atomic Cowboy-4140 Manchester Ave

7th Annual Hot Metal Jewelry Show:The hottest once-a-year Art Jewelry Sale. This two-day sale showcases the best local jewelry artists in one place and is sponsored by the Society for Midwest Metalsmiths. The original works of more than 30 local metal artists and art jewelers are only showcased together once-a-year for you to discover private studio artists who only exhibit publicly at this annual event. This is a perfect opportunity to personally consult and discuss commissions with artists. All work is original, hand-crafted and distinctively conceived.

Date: October 14 & 15
Time: Fri: 3-8pm, Sat: 10am-4pm
Place: The Ethical Society – 9001 Clayton Road

Fall Festival in Des Peres Park: Join us for a FREE, fabulous fall evening at the park with family and friends! Listen to live music by Contagious. Enjoy hayrides. Bring your homemade Pumpkin Racer to compete against your friends and family in our annual race. End the night watching a Disney family movie under the stars, Zootopia (rated PG). Bring your lawn chair and coolers with your favorite snacks and beverages. We will have 3 local restaurants selling food at the park this year from 3:30-6:30pm – Which Wich Superior Sandwiches, Noodles & Company, and Rib City. Our local Boy Scout Troop 313 will be selling non-alcoholic beverages

Date: Saturday, October 15
Time: 3:30-8:15pm
Place: Des Peres Park – 12325 Manchester Road

Harvest Moon Run: The 6th Annual Harvest Moon Run takes place in Historic Route 66 State Park on Saturday, October 15th. It will feature a Lil’ Harvest Moon Run for kids under 10 where the kids chase the Man in the Moon for fun and a 5k night run/walk. The cost is $30 for the 5K, $25 For the Lil’Harvest Run, & $27 for Teams of 8 or more. Proceeds to benefit the Eureka Food Pantry. Participants will receive a long sleeve t-shirt (size guaranteed if registered on October 1st) and an Energizer headlamp (the first 300 registrations will receive a headlamp). Food trucks, entertainment and fun will begin at 5:30pm.

Date: Saturday, October 15
Time: 5K Run/Walk-7pm, Lil’ Harvest Moon Fun Run-6:30pm
Place: Historic Route 66 State Park

Pour + Pair Festival A great way to enjoy the fall weather and the beautiful Central West End. Walk around the CWE south of Lindell and sample the best food the CWE has to offer with a craft beer, wine or cocktail to complement! Enjoy live music, art, shopping and warm fires. You won’t leave hungry…or thirsty! Tickets are $20 ($25 the day of) and include: 15 + food samples paired with 15+ drink samples, and complimentary drinking glass. Check-in is at Whole Foods. Must be 21 to purchase a ticket. The The Trophy Mules will be playing along with other great local acts Tommy Halloran Songwriter, Singer & Guitarist, The Gaslight Squares, and Mario Pascal.

Date: Saturday, October 15
Time: 2-6pm
Place: Check-in: Whole Foods CWE – 4577 West Pine

St. Charles

Mean Street: A Tribute to Van Halen: Riding on the shoulders of local cover band-circuit veteran and lead singer Tony Ingracia, Mean Street brings a high-energy, three-hour-marathon of a show that pays homage to the early years of Van Halen from the opening bass guitar pulse of “Runnin’ With the Devil” to the synthesizer sheen of 1984’s “Jump.” Tickets are $10.

Date: Friday, October 14
Time: 7pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

Rick Springfield: Over the past three decades, Rick Springfield has worn many hats as an entertainer and performer. The creator of some of the finest power-pop of the ’80s, he’s a Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, and musician who has sold 25 million albums and scored 17 U.S. Top 40 hits, including “Jessie’s Girl,” “Don’t Talk to Strangers,” “An Affair of the Heart,” “I’ve Done Everything for You,” “Love Somebody,” and “Human Touch.” Rick’s latest studio album which is out now, Rocket Science, features expertly crafted pop-rock songs that are open and electric. Rick will be joined by Loverboy and Tommy Tutone. Tickets start at $45.

Date: Saturday, October 15
Time: 7pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

Foundry Art’s Family Fun Day: Celebrate fall with a variety of fun, Halloween-inspired art activities designed for children, age 12 and under, to make alongside their parents. Throughout the afternoon, enjoy spooky stories read aloud by Main Street Books’ proprietress Emily Hall (307 S Main St, St Charles, MO 63301). Complimentary lemonade and cookies will also be provided. This event is free and open to the public as part of the Foundry Art Centre’s mission is to provide free educational activities for children in the community.

Date: Sunday, October 16
Time: 1-3pm
Place: Foundry Art Centre – 520 N Main

Howie Mandell: Comedian and judge on America’s Got Talent, and game show host of Deal or No Deal, Howie Mandell, is bringing his show to St. Louis. Tickets go fast so get yours soon. They start at $59.50.

Date: Sunday, Oct 16
Time: 7pm
Place: Lindenwood’s J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts-2300 West Clay

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