STL Weekend Events: September 28-October 1

Jessica
20 days ago.

The St. Louis Weekend Events for Thursday, September 28th through Sunday, October 1st features: Q in the Lou, St. Louis Scottish Games & Cultural Festival, Italiana Fest & Columbus Day Parade, ArtsFest, Renaissance Festival, Zootberfest, St. Louis Cardinals, and more.

WEEKEND EVENTS IN DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS

St. Louis Cardinals: The Cardinals finish their series with the Cubs on Thursday night and move on to the Brewers for the weekend games. Friday’s promotion item is an Adult Replica Blues BP Jersey. It’s all Fan Appreciation Weekend. With the purchase of a Blues themed ticket, you will receive an exclusive St. Louis Blues and Cardinals themed stocking cap. Saturday’s promotion is a Scott Rolen Bobblehead and a 2018 Cardinals Magnet Schedule. Sunday’s promotion is a free ticket to a 2018 game and free ticket to Six Flags for kids under 48 inches.

Date: Sept 28-Oct 1
Time: Thurs: 6:15pm, Fri: 7:15pm, Sat: 3:15pm, Sun: 2:15pm
Place: Busch Stadium

Q in the Lou: Come grab a slab, pound some pork, and bury some brisket in your facehole while enjoying cold drinks and some killer live music at Kiener Plaza. There will be over 18,000lbs of meat to consume from Pappy’s & Bogarts, Memphis BBQ Company, Sugarfire Smokehouse, Peg Leg Porker, and more. There is also a BBQ Masterclass, BBQ Expo, and a pre-game BBQ Bash, plus great drinks and live music fromLeland’s Road, The Darrells, Miss Jubilee, Petty Cash Junction, Whiskey Morning, Melissa Neels, and tons more.

Date: Sept 29-Oct 1
Time: Fri: 4-8pm, Sat: 11am-8pm, 11am-6pm
Place: Kiener Plaza – Braodway & Market

IICF Oktoberfest: Head out to enjoy German food, beer, and fun. On Friday night, two St. Louis Cardinals Alumni are Tapping the Keg and The D’Oberlander Dancers will be on-site. Come out on Saturday for Stein and Barrel Racing. All weekend there will be a variety of German Beers available, including: Spaten Oktoberfest, Franziskaner, Spaten Optimator, and Spaten Goose Island – Keller Marzen. Plus live performances from Deutschmeister Band, Die Musikmeisters Band and Heildelberg German Band. Louie, the Blues mascot will be out, there will be a photo booth, kids activities including a petting zoo, bounce house, and carnival rides, plus tons more for everyone.

Date: Sept 28-Oct 1
Time: Thurs: 4-8pm, Fri & Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: 11am-6pm
Place: Anheuser-Busch Biergarten

Tequila Pop-Up Dinner: Head out to the CityGarden for a 5-course dinner in tribute to this centuries-old spirit. Savor one-of-a-kind cocktails made with 5 different tequilas paired with exquisite dishes including: ceviche, grilled vegetable salad, pork belly tostada, seared duck breast, and chocolate bread pudding. In addition to the delicious food and tequila cocktails, enjoy a strolling mariachi band, flowers by Alice Blue Collective and Dirty Girl Farms, and a gift bag from Intoxicology.

Date: Saturday, Sept 30
Time: 6-9pm
Place: CityGarden – 801 Market St

WEEKEND EVENTS IN CENTRAL ST.LOUIS

Clint Black: Country musician, Clint Black, has one of the most storied careers in modern music. He surged to superstardom as part of the fabled Class of ’89, reaching #1 with five consecutive singles from his triple-platinum debut, Killin’ Time. He followed that with the triple-platinum Put Yourself in My Shoes, and then a string of platinum and gold albums throughout the ’90s. Clint’s hits include “A Better Man,” “Where Are You Now,” “When My Ship Comes In,” “A Good Run of Bad Luck,” “Summer’s Comin’,” “Like the Rain” and “Nothin’ But the Taillights.” Tickets start at $37.50.

Date: Fri, Sept 29
Time: 8pm
Place: River City Casino

St. Louis Scottish Games & Cultural Festival: This year will feature Scottish heavy athletics, bagpipes, celtic rock and folk music, food, drink, crafts, goods, highland dancing, kids activities, sheepdog trials, tug of war, birds of prey and much more. Gather your clan and join us in Chesterfield on Friday for our opening ceremonies, food, drink, the Torchlight Calling of the Clans, and two concerts – folk and celtic rock. And then come all day Saturday for bag pipes and drum competitions, Scotch tastings, sheepdog demos, the parade of Tartans, the kilted kid race, tons of live performances, and the Scottish games.

Date: Sept 29 & 30
Time:Fri: 4-10:30pm, Saturday: 8:30am-6pm
Place: Spirit Airpark West Drive, Chesterfield

Renaissance Festival: This long standing event that brings you adventure, excitement, and the spirit of the Renaissance returns for it’s 18th season. Travel back in time as you step into the beautifully wooded, 16th century French village we call Petit Lyon! Thrill to the exploits of Jousting Knights on thundering steeds. Roam the village shoppes for unique crafts as our artisans demonstrate period skills like blacksmithing and woodworking. Delight in comedy, music, magic, and more on our nine stages of non-stop entertainment! Feast on delicious food and drink from the far reaches of the globe, and interact with the colorful villagers, nobles, peasants and characters of ages past! This weekend’s theme is Pet Fest. Bring your pooch and learn about pet safety and training, purchase pet clothing, personalized tags, and all-natural dog food, parade your dog around for the Pet Costume Contest, enter them in the wiener dog race, peanut butter licking contest, or in the best dog trick contest. Pet related vendors will be featured and you even have the chance to adopt a pup right on the spot.

Date: Sept 30 & Oct 1
Time: 10am-6pm
Place: Rotary Park – 2577 West Meyer Rd

Zootoberfest: Free for all zoo guests. Enjoy the “Biergarten” with a wide variety of authentic German Oktoberfest, local and national Oktoberfest, and seasonal beers and root beer for the kids, purchase bratwurst and other German specialties, get an exclusive Zootoberfest beer stein with discounts for refills, and enjoy live traditional German music from Larry Hallar Accordion Duo, Brasshaufen, Waterloo German Band, and Die Spitzbuam.

Date: Sept 30 & Oct 1
Time: 10am – 3pm
Place: St. Louis Zoo, Forest Park

Dance St. Louis: Tap Dynamics: Dance St. Louis kicks off its 2017-18 season with Jason Samuels Smith’s Going The Miles and excerpts from Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards’ And Still You Must Swing, performed by the three virtuoso award-winning tap dancers: Jason Samuels Smith (Emmy & American Choreography Awards), Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards (Bessie Award, Astaire Award for Best Performance, Princess Grace Statue Award), and Derick K. Grant (Ovation & Helen Hayes Awards) at the newly renovated Grandel Theater. Tickets are $20. Enjoy the Post-performance cocktail party for an extra $20.

Date: Sept 30 & Oct 1
Time:
Place: Grandel Theater – 3610 Grandel Square

Macklind Days: The annual street festival which features live music, local food vendors serving drinks and tasty eats for purchase and a new kid zone with fun kid activities. Food vendors include: Onesto Pizza & Trattoria, Edibles & Essentials, Aya Sofia Restaurant, JJ Twig’s South Hampton, Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery, The Mack Bar and Grill, Russell’s on Macklind, and Copper Pig.

Date: Saturday, September 30
Time: 12-8pm
Place: Macklind from Devonshire to Nottingham

Sammy Hagar and The Circle: Celebrate KS95’s 50th Birthday with an awesome lineup, including: Sammy Hagar, ZZ Top, Collective Soul, and Andrew Hagar (aka Drew Hagus). Tickets start at $96.

Date: Saturday, Sept 30
Time: 5:30pm
Place: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

Artsfest in Schroeder Park highlights this week's St. Louis Weekend Events Guide from RealLifeSTL.

ArtsFest: A one-day festival celebrating a variety of art forms and practices, including: Photography, Fibers, Fused Glass, Painting & Jewelry, Ceramics, Oil Painting, abstract expression, and more. Enjoy musical performances, literary performances, and enjoy food from Joey B’s of Manchester and Sweetology.

Date: Saturday, Sept 30
Time: 11am – 5pm
Place: Schroeder Park-359 Old Meramec Station Rd

St.ART Street Art Festival: StART is an innovative festival with a shared vision to start a dialogue. We hope to bridge socio economic/racial barriers through the creative and transformative process of art. During a weekend, a group of renowned street artists will bring our community together through expression and love. DAY ONE: TRUTH IS BLACK AND WHITE: Our artists will paint the segregation found in our neighborhoods and start a visual dialogue of harmony between black and white. DAY TWO: HOPE HAS COLOR: Those same artists will paint in color, on large canvases, their vision of our new community.A portion of the proceeds from St.ART will benefit St. Louis ArtWorks.

Date: Sept 30 & Oct 1
Time: 9am-3pm
Place: Forest Park-Langenberg Field & Fairgrounds Park

Festa Italiana and Columbus Day Parade: The parade will begin at 12:30pm at Shaw School, head north on Macklind, turn right on Bischoff, left on Marconi, left on Daggett and continue to Berra Park. At the park for Festa Ialiana, there will be Food, Drinks and Live Entertainment.

Date: Sun, October 1
Time: 12:30-6pm
Place: Berra Park-1825 Macklind Ave

WEEKEND EVENTS IN ST. CHARLES

Southern Uprising Tour: Featuring Travis Tritt, Charlie Daniels Band, Marshall Tucker Band, and The Outlaws: Country music superstar, Travis Tritt, dubbed one of the ‘Class of ’89 alongside legends Garth Brooks and Alan Jackson, boasts hits including: “Country Club,” “Help Me Hold On,” “I’m Gonna Be Somebody,” and “Drift Off to Dream,” which peaked at numbers two and three on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks charts; all which led for Tritt to win Top New Male Artist award from Billboard and the CMA Horizon Award. Charlie Daniels, known for his signature song “The Devil Went Down To Georgia,” has won a Grammy for Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group as well as single of the year at the CMA Awards. Tickets start at $50.

Date: Saturday, Sept 30
Time: 5:30pm
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

American Made, Flatliners and Battle of the Sexes open in theaters this weekend. Check out our Weekend Movie Guide. 

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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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