STL Weekend Events: February 16-19

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Weekend events in St. Louis from Thursday, February 16th through Sunday, February 19th, 2017.


Centennial Beer Festival: This annual event kicks off with a Brewmaster 5-course dinner on Thursday evening. Then the festival continues with 2 days of tastings of over 45 local and regional breweries plus 45 craft domestic and international breweries. You will also get the opportunity to vote for your favorite home brew to determine the winner of the 3rd annual Home Brewer’s Competition. Tasting tickets are $38.75+tax or $41.75+tax.

Date: Feb 13-18
Time: Thurs: 6pm, Fri: 6-9pm, Sat: 2-5pm & 6-9pm
Place: Moulin – 2017 Chouteau Ave

St. Louis Blues: The Blues take on the Vancouver Canucks this Thursday. The game’s theme ticket promo code is PINK17 to promote the 10th annual Pink at the Rink Breast Cancer Awareness Night. Five dollars of every ticket sold through this theme night will go to the fight against breast cancer with proceeds benefiting local breast cancer research charities and will include a commemorative Pink at the Rink pink jersey. Your purchase of a theme night ticket with the Pink at the Rink promo code includes a pink jersey. Within one week of your order, you will receive an email with a link to select your jersey size.

Date: Thursday, February 16
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

Hot Country Nights: Get ready to get your country on with Tyler Farr performing on the FOX Sports Midwest Live! stage at Ballpark Village’s 2nd annual 92.3 WIL HOT COUNTRY NIGHTS Presented by FORD series. Look for Eli Young Band, Canaan Smith, and David Nail to come in future weeks. GA tickets are $15 in advance, $20 day of.

Date: Friday, February 17
Time: 6pm
Place: Ballpark Village-601 Clark Ave

Run For Your Beads 5K: Part of the annual Mardi Gras St. Louis festivities, runners dress up in their Mardi Gras best – purple, green and gold attire and run through the Soulard neighborhood. There are pit stops throughout which include hurricanes and beer. Prizes will be awarded to 1st Place overall men and women, 1st Place in each age division, and Best Costume. Registration is $30 in advance or $35 day of.

Date: Saturday, February 18
Time: 9am
Place: Soulard neighborhood-starts at 8th & Lafayette

Dinner Von Tease: A 4-course Saturday night dinner show. Enjoy dinner and drinks as The Boom Boom Bombshells dazzle you with their teasing moves. Our hostess with the mostest LuLu La Toosh will serenade and keep you laughing all night long. It’s a night of great food and fun that you won’t want to miss.GA Tickets are $21.99. Go VIP for an additional $7.99 and you will get a Fedora, Tiara, or Boa for each of your guests, Balloon Bouquet added to your table, Priority Premium seating, a special celebration announced, a round of Boom Boom shots for everyone, a photo opportunity with the cast after the show, and the ability to bring in dessert without an additional fee.

Date: Saturday, February 18
Time: 7-9pm
Place: Boom Boom Room-500 N 14th St

Taste of Soulard: The 2nd greatest part of St. Louis Mardi Gras festivites. 40 local Soulard establishments participate by offering a taste of their local menus, like crab cakes, gumbo, fish tacos, cupcakes, beignets, crawfish etouffee, voodoo shrimp, plenty of hurricanes, and more! There will be outdoor drink stations as well. Tickets are $25 and include a booklet with six food vouchers and one Cruzan Rum drink voucher. *some restaurants are Saturday only so make sure to plan ahead.

Date: February 18 & 19
Time: 11am-5pm
Place: Participating Soulard establishments

Beggin’ Pet Parade & Weiner Dog Derby: Part of the annual Mardi Gras festivities, Soulard hosts a huge pet parade with thousands of pets parading in costume through the streets of St. Louis. Pets deemed best dressed are selected as members of the Court of the Mystical Krewe of Barkus. These pets are invited to the Coronation Pageant in Soulard Market Plaza where the King and Queen of Barkus are crowned. Join the parade or bring your pet and watch the parade go by. Many floats have dog treats and other giveaways. At 2pm, the weiner dog races take place in front of Soulard Market.

Date: Sunday, February 19
Time: 1-4pm
Place: Soulard – 12th & Allen to Lafayette & 9th

Open Your Heart Gala: Missouri Alliance for Animal Legislation is hosting it’s 14th annual fundraising event. This year’s theme is: In Our Wildest Dreams…Paradise for the Animals! Enjoy an evening of exotic hors d’oeuvres, wild cocktails, “signature” mashed potato bar, creative buffet and desserts, and spirited auctions! Cocktail attire suggested, Tropical attire welcomed. Purchase your tickets online for $80 in advance, $90 at the door.

Date: Sunday, February 19
Time: 5:30-9pm
Place: Lucas Park Grille-1234 Washington Ave

Bon Jovi This House Is Not For Sale Tour: Popular rock band with more than 130 million records sold worldwide with over 34 million fans and hits including: It’s My Life,” “You Give Love a Bad Name,” “Livin’ on a Prayer,” “Bad Medicine,” “Bed of Roses,” and many more. The band hosted an opening act competition and the local winner for St. Louis’ concert is The Former Me, a 5 piece pop punk band based out of St. Louis. Tickets start at $16.75.

Date: Sunday, Feb 19
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Scottrade Center

Mike Doughty & Wheatus: Doughty, a cello/bass player, drums, another guitar player, an organ player, and a backing vocalist–six people who improvise changes in what the musicians in the band are doing–stopping, starting, getting louder or quieter, changing their parts, repeating their parts. The songs are Soul Coughing songs and Doughty solo songs, but none are ever performed the same way twice. Wheatus, known for their 2000 hit “Teenage Dirtbag” have been touring the world & making records since 2000. Their latest album is Live 2015, recorded during their 15th Anniversary Tour. Tickets are $18 in advance or $20 day of.

Date: Sunday, Feb 19
Time: 8pm
Place: Old Rock House – 1200 S 7th


Sting 57th & 9th Tour: Former lead singer of The Police and now solo artist with 16 Grammys will be in St. Louis this weekend. Sting is one of the world’s best selling music artists with over 100 million albums sold between his solo albums and The Police albums. Sting is touring to promote is latest rock album, 57th & 9th and will be joined by special guests Joe Sumner and The Last Bandoleros. Tickets start at $104.

Date: Friday, February 17
Time: 8pm
Place: The Pageant-6161 Delmar

This is Saint Louis Roller Derby is just one of the great events you can find in the St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for February 16-19, 2017. Sting, Bon Jovi, Tyler Farr and Ben Folds are all in town as well as the Cruzan Rum Mardi Gras Taste of Soulard Beggin' Pet Parade and more.

Arch Rival Roller Derby: Arch Rival Roller Derby is pleased and excited to announce that our friends, GateKeepers Roller Derby, will be joining us once again for our local season. This week’s bouts feature the Stunt Devils vs. M80s followed by the Central West Friends vs. Creve Coroners. Tickets are only $10 and children under 10 are FREE!

Date: Saturday, Feb 18
Time: 6:30pm
Place: Midwest Sport Hockey-570 Weidman Rd

Hearts on Fire: 3rd Degree Glass Factory presents their February 3rd Friday event. Bring out your sweetie for a free evening of dazzling hot glass demonstrations, amazing performances. Fall in love with glass as our artists transform 2000°F molten glass into gorgeous works of art! Demonstrations at 6:15p, 7:30p & 8:45p. Make your own gifts with our glass art experiences. Try our delicious signature cocktail, French 75, from the bar. For every drink you purchase, you will receive a raffle ticket towards a romantic glass gift from the gallery. Drawings every hour. Split a delicious meal for two from the Russo’s food truck! Enjoy the newest display: “PASSION” by Women in Focus St. Louis, a collaborative group of women photographers capturing moments of love and companionship. Grab your dancing partner and enjoy some romantic tunes by the Ann Dueren Trio! Admission is free.

Date: Friday, February 17
Time: 6pm
Place: 3rd Degree Glass Factory-5200 Delmar

St. Louis Symphony presents Ben Folds: Top Billboard and folk rock sensation Ben Folds is back by popular demand after a sold-out performance in 2014 performing fan-favorites and orchestral arrangements with the STL Symphony. There will be two performances: Saturday, February 18, 2017, 7:30 and Sunday, February 19, 2017, 7:30pm. Tickets start at $56.

Date: February 18 & 19
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Powell Hall-718 N Grand

Fire & Ice: The Gateway Burners and Arch Reactor are teaming up for the 7th year to present Fire and Ice. The purpose of Fire and Ice is to raise money for Gateway Art Support (GAS), a subsector of the Gateway Burners which provides art grants and funding for the annual Gateway Burn, as well as funding for Arch Reactor’s upcoming projects, classes, and innovations. This unusual event is a collaboration of Burner culture and creative technical artistry that promises to be an exciting and welcome reprieve from the frigid Midwest winter. The Hosts will sponsor a Slow Cooker Cook-off, a costume contest based on the Fire and Ice theme, and an Art and Technology silent auction at the event. Members of both organization will also have art, science, and technology displays and demonstrations for your viewing pleasure and entertainment. There will be live music from DJs, art auction, costume contest, Fire & Ice cook-off, and fire performance (weather permitting). Tickets: $12 or $20 for two – buy a ticket, give a ticket. Children free (6pm-8pm) with adult admission. 18+ after 8pm.

Date: Saturday, February 18
Time: 6pm
Place: Nebula -3407 S Jefferson Ave


The Great Train Expo: The nation’s only coast-to-coast model train show. The show is designed for the general public, modelers, hobbyists, families, and the just plain curious. There will be 300+ tables of trains for sale and over 50 exhibitors displaying model train displays including: Gateway NTrak – 30′ x 40′ – N Scale, New Switzerland Model Railroad Club – 30′ x 40′ – HO Scale, Mississippi Valley N Scalers – 20′ x 30′ – N Scale, RE Estill’s Shows – 20′ x 35′ -Carnival, St. Louis Lionel Railroad Club – 8′ x 24′ – O Gauge, American Flyer S-Gaugers – 11′ x 26′ – S Gauge, Central Missouri Railroad Association – 12′ x 16′ – N Scale, St Louis T-Trak – 16′ x 24′ – N Scale, plus an awesome Lego layout, train rides, door prizes, and more. Admission is $11, free for kids 11 and under.

Date: February 18 & 19
Time: 10am – 4pm
Place: St. Charles Convention Center

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