STL Weekend Events: January 12-15 ft. Cardinals Winter Warm-Up

Jessica
922 days ago.

*Update: Due to the possible severe ice storm, several of this weekend’s events have been cancelled or postponed. Please check the event’s website or Facebook page before venturing out.

Cardinals Winter Warm-Up, Joe Nichols At Ballpark Village & Schlafly Cabin Fever Highlight STL Weekend Events Guide

The Cardinals Winter Warm-Up, Schlafly’s Cabin Fever event and the start of Hot Country Nights at Ballpark Village in downtown St. Louis highlight this week’s edition of the STL Weekend Events Guide. Check out what’s happening in the St. Louis area from Thursday January 12 – Sunday January 15, 2017.

The weekend events in St. Louis from Thursday, January 12 through Sunday, January 15, 2017.

St. Louis Weekend Events By Neighborhood for January 12-15, 2017

DOWNTOWN/SOULARD

The Art of Live Festival: The festival aims to celebrate live music, emerging musical artists, and St. Louis’ diverse collection of live music venues. The festival takes place over four nights at three local venues and features more than two-dozen local, national, and international musical artists. Day 1: Bug Chaser, Lizard Police, and The Stranger at Off Broadway, Tortoise & Hope & Therapy at Old Rock House. Day 2: Jeff The Brotherhood, Chastity, The Secret Club at OB, Big Thief & Sam Evian at The Ready Room, Split Lip Rayfield & Muddy River Ramblers at ORH. Day 3: Smooth Hound Smith & The Sleepy Rubies at OB, Overcoats & CaveofSwords at Ready Room, Mvstermind, Looprat, Anthony Lucius at ORH. Day 4: G. Love & Special Sauce and Ripe at The Ready Room.

UPDATE

Shows scheduled for Friday January 13 have been canceled. Check the event’s Facebook page for information about the rest of the weekend.

Date: January 12-15
Time: 7pm, 8pm, & 9pm
Place: Old Rock House, Off Broadway, The Ready Room

Hot Country Nights: Get ready to get your country on with Joe Nichols and special guest Casey Donahew Band performing live on the FOX Sports Midwest Live! stage as Ballpark Village begins their 2nd annual 92.3 WIL HOT COUNTRY NIGHTS Presented by FORD series. Look for Broseph E Lee, Parmalee, Randy Houser, Eli Young Band, Tyler Farr, and more to come in future weeks. GA tickets are $15.

UPDATE

Date: Friday, January 13
Time: 7pm
Place: Ballpark Village – 601 Clark

Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation Wine & Whiskers: Join Tony La Russa’s ARF for this exclusive food and wine-tasting soiree. Guests will enjoy sampling fruits of the vine and delicious appetizers from local wineries and restaurants. This event supports ARF’s programs, promoting positive relationships between animals and people. Tickets are $75.

Date: Friday, January 13
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Redbird Club-Busch Stadium

The St. Louis Cardinals Winter Warm-Up event takes place this weekend in downtown St. Louis. It highlights the STL Weekend Events Guide.

Cardinals Winter Warm-Up: Three days where Cardinals fans will have the luxury of participating in events that won’t happen any other time of the year, including guided tours of the Cardinals Clubhouse inside Busch Stadium, opportunities to meet and get a signed autograph from a variety of former and current St. Louis Cardinals players, and live and silent auctions to win amazing Cardinals items like an Opening Day package, road trip to Cincinnati, trip to NY, Personal Pitching Instruction with Coach Lilliquist, autographed team issued helmet, Molina team issued jersey and tons of other autographed jerseys, hats, baseballs and other baseball related items. Check out the list of current and former Cardinals players that are participating this year.

Update

Activities scheduled for the first day of the Winter Warm-Up have been canceled due to inclement weather. No changes have been announced for Sunday or Monday’s schedule and those events are currently planned to occur as scheduled.

Date: January 14-16
Time: Sat & Sun: 9am-5pm, Mon: 9am-3pm
Place: Hyatt Regency – 315 Chestnut Street

Personal Space Opening Exhibit: Personal Space is a juried visual art exhibition featuring artworks and imagery that focus on the human form, the human experience, how people interact, move & use our bodies, especially in terms of personal space. This show features 52 artworks by 42 St. Louis regional artists from Missouri and Illinois. The exhibit is presented January 14-February 15, 2017 and is free and open to the public. A free opening reception will be held on Saturday evening, January 14 from 6-8pm.

Date: Saturday, January 14
Time: 6-8pm
Place: Art St. Louis-1223 Pine St

CENTRAL

Loop Ice Carnival: Friday night kicks off the Carnival with a Snow Ball at Moonsrise Hotel with DJ, moon punch, rocket ice luge, King & Queen of Ice prizes, and more. Saturday the festivities continue throughout the Loop with the Frozen Buns Run at 10am, scavenger hunt, putt-putt pub crawl, ice sculptures, Zip Flyte, human dog sled races, ferris wheel rides, fire performers, and more!

Date: January 13 & 14
Time: Fri: 8pm, Sat: 10am
Place: Delmar Loop

Fire & Ice Winter Gala: You are invited to attend Prestige Ballroom’s signature event of the season – Fire and Ice Winter Ball. It will be an elegant evening, full of entertainment! Enjoy light refreshments, spirits, and a champagne toast. Don’t know how to dance? No problem! We will have a dance lesson for beginners so everyone can get out on the floor. Enjoy amazing showcase performances by Prestige Ballroom students and staff. Tickets are $25.

Date: Saturday, January 14
Time: 7-9pm
Place: Prestige Ballroom-11732 Manchester Rd

St. Louis Motorcycle Show: In addition to checking out awesome bikes and chatting with other enthusiasts, this 3rd annual event will include come and see stunt performances by Pat & Phil Smage and St. Louis Sprockets! Pat & Phil made it to the semi-finals of America’s Got Talent and they will do three shows each day at the 2017 STL Motorcycle Show. You will be amazed at what they can do on a motorcycle! The Sprockets are athletes who perform “Breakdancing on a Bike” with rider spins, wheelies, and flips of the bicycle through a series of technical maneuvers without the rider ever touching the ground. Admission is $10 at the door for 16 & over, free for 15 & under with paid adult admission.

Date: January 14 & 15
Time: Sat: 10am-7pm, Sun: 10am-4pm
Place: America’s Center

Cabin Fever: Let Schlafly Beers warm up your winter day! Join us for an afternoon of big music, big beers and big fun outside at Schlafly Bottleworks! Cabin Fever celebrates its 15th year with over 40+ of your favorite styles, guaranteed to warm you up! This festival is for the true winter warriors, as we bundle up outside and melt away those winter blues! Tasting tickets are $30 in advance or $35 day of and include unlimited* Schlafly Beer samples from Noon-4pm, commemorative tasting glass and full access to festival grounds including live music from Sean Canan’s Voodoo Players, food and more beer.

Schlafly has announced that Cabin Fever has been pushed back to next weekend.

Date: Saturday, January 14
Time: 12-4pm
Place: Shlafly Bottleworks-7260 Southwest Ave

ILLINOIS

Mississippi Valley Bike & Outdoor Expo: The oldest and largest show of its kind in the Greater St. Louis area. Browse 40,000 square feet of exhibition space and find the latest products, services and resources to help you explore the many facets of outdoor fitness and recreation in the region. There will be a bike giveaway, climbing wall, Elby demos, Goldsprints, virtual reality experience, and more. Proceeds from all ticket sales go to St. Louis Bicycle Works, a non-profit organization that gives kids the chance to earn a free bike while they learn about bicycle safety and maintenance from its volunteers. Admission is $8.

Date: Sunday, January 15
Time: 10am-5pm
Place: Gateway Center, Collinsville

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Jessica

Doesn’t know how to cook and survives pretty much on macaroni and cheese and pizza, so naturally, loves to eat out at restaurants. However, one day when she is married and has a family to cook for, she would love to take cooking classes and learn awesome skills like the chefs on Iron Chef America...as long as she doesn't have to clean the dishes afterwards.

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