STL Weekend Events: June 30-July 4

Jessica
22 days ago.

The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Friday, June 30th through Tuesday, July 4th features fireworks in St. Louis, a pig roast, Jungle Boogie, Cardinals, and more.

DOWNTOWN

St. Louis Cardinals: The Cardinals play at home this 4th of July weekend against the Nationals on Friday-Sunday, followed by the Marlins Monday-Thursday. Friday night’s game giveaway will be a 1967 World Series Championship Beer Stein, Saturday’s game giveaway will be a Replica 1942 World Series Championship Ring, Sunday’s giveaway is a Patriotic Cowboy Hat, Monday night’s game concludes with a festive fireworks show presented by Cooper Tires. Tuesday is a day game and the giveaway is adult and kids patriotic socks.

Date: Friday-Tuesday
Time: 7:15pm, 6:15pm, 7:05pm, 6:15pm, 1:15pm
Place: Busch Stadium

America’s Birthday Parade: America’s Birthday Parade, produced by the V.P. of St. Louis since 1878, kicks off the 4th of July holiday weekend in Saint Louis. This year’s theme is “Great Things are Happening!” The parade begins at the redesigned Kiener Plaza at Broadway and Market Street at 9:30am. and proceeds straight down Market Street to Union Station. This year’s parade features 12 high-caliber marching bands from across the region, 17 beautifully designed floats, many huge helium-filled character balloons and dozens of great units that will capture the imagination of the community.

Date: Saturday, July 1
Time: 9:30am
Place: Kiener Plaza and Market St

3rd Annual Show Me Kicks Expo: The Show Me Kicks Expo is the premier buy, sale, and trade sneaker expo in St. Louis, Missouri. Our objective is to place sneaker enthusiasts and the casual sneaker fan in a fun and healthy environment, where we can converse and discuss our growing culture. The best sneakerheads from the midwest will be here to showoff their heat! Tickets are $12.

Date: Saturday, July 1
Time: 12pm
Place: Old Post Office – 815 Olive Street St

Grand Center Theatre Crawl 2017: Join St. Louis Public Radio for the finest offerings of the bustling St. Louis theatre scene at the Grand Center Theatre Crawl. Rotate through venues in Grand Center to get free access to 24 local theatre groups in short performances. Supported by University College at Washington University, and a part of the Kitchen Sink Series sponsored by Mosby Building Arts

Date: June 30 & July 1
Time: 6:30-9:30pm
Place: Grand Center

CENTRAL
Jungle Boogie: Free summer concert series at the St. Louis Zoo. This week’s band is Ticket to the Beatles. Ticket to the Beatles has been playing Beatles cover tunes in the St. Louis, Missouri metro area since 1997. Not a dress alike band but very interested in recreating the energy and excitement that was The Beatles in their Hamburg and Cavern days. Songs range from “Please Please Me” all the way to “The End.”

Date: Friday, June 30
Time: 5:30pm
Place: St. Louis Zoo

Fair St. Louis: This annual festival that moved to Forest Park a few years ago features food, fun and live music. Activities include: zip line, human slingshot and the Pay to Play Zone. Experience free performances from Akon, SuperDuperKyle, 3 Doors Down, Sister Hazel, Eve 6, Jake Owen, Dan+Shay, Matt Stillwell and more in Forest Park followed by fireworks each night at 9:35pm (10pm on Saturday).

Date: July 2nd-4th
Time: Sun: 1pm, Mon: 4pm, Tues: 1pm
Place: Forest Park

Train: Hits include: Train is stopping in St. Louis on their Play That Song Tour with special guests O.A.R and Natasha Bedingfield. Train’s hits include: “Meet Virginia,” “Drops of Jupiter,” “Hey Soul Sister,” “Marry Me,” “Play That Song,” and more. Tickets start at $18.

Date: Saturday, July 1
Time: 7pm
Place: Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

7th Annual Tomato Explosion: Starting July 1st, Operation Food Search will partner with Feast Magazine for it’s 7th annual event to help provide nutritious meals to kids in need. More than 80 local restaurants in Benton Park, Central West End, Chesterfield, Clayton, Columbia, Creve Coeur, Downtown, Frontenac, Kirkwood, Lafayette Square, Maplewood, Midtown, Richmond Heights, Rock Hill, Soulard, South City, South Hampton, St. Charles/O’Fallon, The Hill, University City/Delmar Loop, Webster Groves, West County, and Edwardsville, Ill will participate by donating a portion of their sales from a special tomato dish so OFS can connect kids to nutritious meals during the summer.

Date: July 1-31
Time: participating restaurant hours
Place: participating restaurants

KSHE 95 50th Anniversary Pig Roast: Featuring Reo Speedwagon And Styx: Join KSHE95 for Freedom, Fireworks, and Fifty Years of KSHE. Enjoy live music from REO Speedwagon, Styx, Don Felder, Michael Stanley and the Resonators & Joe Dirt and the Dirty Boy All-Stars and fireworks following the concert. Tickets start at $27.50.

Date: Sunday, July 2
Time: 5:45pm
Place: Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

ST. CHARLES

St. Charles Riverfest: A four day festival in Frontier Park with live music, food and fun beginning Saturday at 5pm. There will be a parade beginning at 10am on the 4th. There will be live music from Patt Holt Veteran Tribute, That 80s Band, Charles Glenn, Oh Brother, Contagious, The Nick Lynch Band, and more plus food and crafts, and fireworks on the Missouri River on the 3rd and 4th at 9:20pm.

Date:July 1 -4
Time: Sat; 5pm, Sun: 12pm, Mon: 12pm, Tues: 10am
Place: Frontier Park

O’Fallon Heritage & Freedom Fest: This free festival, parade, and concert at the Ozzie Smith Sports Complex in O’Fallon, MO will include a carnival, parade and performances by Eric Paslay, Whiskey Morning, Creedence Clearwater Revisited, World Classic Rockers, and more followed by magnificent fireworks displays at 10:15pm on Monday and 9:30pm on Tuesday.

Date: July 2-4
Time: Sun: 4pm, Mon: 4pm, Tues: 12pm
Place: Ozzie Smith Sports Complex

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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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