St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for November 16-19

Jessica
27 days ago.

The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for Thursday, November 16th through Sunday, November 19th, 2017 feature holiday lights, Gardenland Express, Lady Gaga, The Urge, Buds & Bourbon, Whiskey in the Winter, Peppa Pig, and more.

St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for November 16-19, 2017

DOWNTOWN WEEKEND EVENTS

Lady Gaga: Joanne World Tour: Pop superstar and six-time Grammy Award winner as well as three-time Brit Award winner, Lady Gaga, is coming to St. Louis on her Joanne World Tour. Other achievements include: awards from the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Billboard’s Artist of the Year, Billboard’s Woman of the Year, and more. Her hits include: “Just Dance,” “Poker Face,” “Bad Romance”, “Telephone,” “Alejandro,” “Papparazzi,” “Edge of Glory,” “You & I,” “Applause,” and many more. Tickets are $226, $126, $86 and $46.

Date: Thursday, November 16
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Scottrade Center

Buds & Bourbon: Celebrate the end of prohibition with 101ESPN, St. Louis’ Sports Station, at the first ever Buds & Bourbon at RYSE Nightclub at AMERISTAR Casino Resort Spa, presented by Budweiser! Your all-inclusive ticket will give you access to bourbon sampling, a complimentary Budweiser, the finest cigars, appetizers, beer and bourbon education by brewmasters and brand ambassadors, and a special performance by The Tommy Halloran Trio. Tickets are $35.

Date: Thursday, November 16
Time: 6-9pm
Place: Ryse Nightclub at Ameristar

Whiskey in the Winter: Whiskey In The Winter will feature over 400 whiskies from around the world along with great signature whiskey cocktails created by mixologists, whiskey-inspired food stations, and educational seminars from whiskey industry experts. The variety of whiskeys include single malt and blended Scotch, bourbon, Irish, Tennessee, Canadian, Missouri, Japanese and international whiskies.

Date: Friday, November 17
Time: 7-10:30pm
Place: Hyatt Regency – 315 Chestnut

Citywide Print Party: TechArtista and City Wide have teamed up to celebrate local printmakers and artists in a popup print party at 4 Hands Brewing Company. Have a drink (or two), get down to some tunes and shop local art. Sinamin will be DJing from 4-6pm and DJ Agile One closes out the night 6-8pm. Shop From: Killer Napkins, Uncle Drippy, Basil Kincade, Daniel Burnett, Theresa Moher, House of Eight Legs, Julianne Wise (Ghetto Rig), Lola Ogbara, Eugenia Alexander, and more.

Date: Friday, November 17
Time: 4-8pm
Place: 4 Hands Brewery – 1220 S 8th St

The Citywide Print Party at the 4 Hands Brewery Tasting Room is just one of the many events this weekend in our St. Louis Weekend Events Guide.

Winterfest at the Arch: Enjoy ice skating in Kiener Plaza once again. The rink is back and there are tons of great events lined up this season including: Member Night, One Nation Night with appearances from Louie and FredBird, 3 on 3 hockey classic, and more. Bring the kids out for the annual tree lighting and follow it up with some ice skating. Rink entry is free-guests can bring their own approved ice skates or pay for rental skates.

Date: November 18-January 1
Time: 2-9pm Thurs-Sun
Place: Kiener Plaza-500 Chestnut

Ameren Missouri Festival of Lights: The annual lighting of the tree and fireworks finale is this Saturday. Enjoy performances Salvation Army Brass Band, Metro Edge Figure Skating Club, Kingsbury Place Singers, and more, plus appearances from Fredbird and Louie. There will be a Christmas Village, appearances from Jungling Jeff and Ryan Nusbickel, free ice skating, and a fireworks finale

Date: Saturday, November 18
Time: 3-8pm
Place: Kiener Plaza

Circus Harmony’s Juggling Ball: An eclectic evening of dining, dancing, drinking, and daring with an awesome auction, marvelous music, and exceptional entertainment. Attire is casual chic with your best circus sparkle! All proceeds support the Flying Children Scholarship Fund to help a child defy gravity, soar with confidence and leap over social barriers, all at the same time! Tickets are $75.

Date: Saturday, November 18
Time: 7-10pm
Place: City Museum – 750 N 16th St

Peppa Pig Live!: Peppa Pig, the #1 Family show of 2016, is back with an action-packed live show featuring your favorite characters as life size puppets and costume characters in Peppa Pig’s Surprise! Come join Peppa, George, Mummy Pig, Daddy Pig and more in an all singing, all-dancing adventure full of songs, games and surprises! Tickets are $36, $31 & $26.

Date: Sunday, November 19
Time: 1 & 5pm
Place: Peabody Opera House-1400 Market St

Perfect Wedding Guide Wedding Show: The ultimate wedding planning experience for couples! This one-day event is an invaluable resource when it comes to planning your wedding. See the latest in wedding attire for brides, grooms, and bridesmaids at the runway shows. See what styles of dresses and tuxedos you want to walk down the aisle from the guests perspective before spending time at the store! Meet over 80 of St. Louis’ most experienced and respected wedding professionals, enjoy runway shows featuring the latest style and trends for brides and their bridal party, and win grand prizes worth $500+ which can include catering or DJ packages, all-inclusive honeymoon packages, and more. Tickets are $7 online or $10 at the door.

Date: Sunday, November 19
Time: 12pm
Place: Ballpark Village-601 Clark

CENTRAL WEEKEND EVENTS

On the Street Where I Live: On the Street Where I Live will show 45 original artworks from 39 artists from St. Louis and 17 other states. The show was juried by nationally-recognized print maker Amanda Verbeck. A free artists’ reception is set for Nov. 16, 6-8pm. The show will be on exhibit through Dec. 23 in the Webster Arts Center, lower level, Schultz Hall, Eden campus, corner of Bompart & Lockwood in Webster Groves, MO. The Nov. 16 reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.

Date: Thursday, November 16
Time: 6-8pm
Place: Webster Arts Center-475 E Lockwood Ave

Third Fridays: Every November, our community of independent artists unveils a collection of limited edition Signature Ornaments in time for the holidays! Find a variety of beautiful ornaments from our Glassblowing, Flameworking & Fused Glass studios! Enjoy glassmaking demos, or create your own ($35 per project). For every drink you purchase at the bar, you will receive a raffle ticket towards an amazing glass gift from the gallery! Drawings every hour. Savor the delicious food from one of our favorite trucks: Russo’s Trucktoria. Jam out with Bobby Britney & the Rhythm Matrix and check out a performance from the St. Louis Fire Technicians.

Date: Friday, November 17
Time: 6pm
Place: Third Degree Glass Factory – 5200 Delmar Blvd

The Urge with Mathias and The Pirates and DJ KiloByte: St. Louis-based ska-punk band, the Urge, was formed in 1987 by vocalist Steve Ewing and bassist Karl Grable. The original Urge lineup debuted in 1989 with the cassette-only Bust Me Dat Forty, followed a year later by the LP Puttin’ the Backbone Back. A tour with 311 helped the Urge win new fans. Consistent touring throughout the 1990s earned the band a reputation for high-energy live performances. They released Galvanized in 2013 with singles “Say Yeah” and “Out On The Fringe.” Their latest single, released in September is titled “How Does It Feel.” Tickets start at $25.

Date: Saturday, November 18
Time: 8pm
Place: Delmar Hall – 6161 Delmar Blvd

Garden Glow: The Botanical Garden’s annual light display opens on Saturday, November 18th and is open from 5-10pm through January 1st (closed Christmas Eve and Day). It’s $18 for adults and $10 for children (non-members), but there are bargain nights and family nights which reduce the cost of both adults and children. Garden Glow features hundreds of thousands of lights which transform the Climatron, Kaeser Memorial Maze, Central Axis, Tower Grove House and other iconic Garden locations into a winter wonderland. In addition to the lights, Garden Glow includes expanded installations, more family photo opps, specially priced Family Nights, and Dine & Glow, a fixed-price menu of comfort foods served in Sassafras until 8 p.m.

Date: November 18-January 1
Time: 5-10pm
Place: Botanical Garden-4344 ShawBlvd

ST. CHARLES WEEKEND EVENTS

St. Peters Tree Lighting Ceremony: Bring the whole family to enjoy free musical performances by local groups, photos with Santa, activities and of course, the community’s lighting of the tree. This year’s holiday-themed musical performances begin with Joshua Barclay on the piano, followed by the Childbloom Guitar Program of St. Charles County, the Fort Zumwalt East High School Orchestra, the St. Peters Choral Society, and Lindenwood University’s Voices Only, a unique a cappella choir. The countdown to the lighting of the tree happens right outside City Hall under the stars following the last musical performance.

 Following the ceremony, kids and families have lots of fun activities to choose from. Santa Claus himself makes a special visit to take photos with kids and families. Musician Ceara Thierry will lead kids in a fun holiday sing-along show. Abra-Kid-Abra also returns this year, making one-of-a-kind holiday balloons kids can take home, and tasty treats will also be provided.

Date: Friday, November 17
Time: 6:30pm
Place: St. Peters City Hall

Treasure Chest Holiday Expo: The 10th annual holidayshopping extravaganza featuring over 200 booths filled with one-of-akind unique and in demand arts, crafts, gift items, holiday & home decor, gourmet goodies, and so much more. Admission is free, parking is free and there will be raffles and door prizes throughout the day all weekend long.

Date: November 17-19
Time: Fri: 1-6PM, Sat: 9AM-6PM, Sun: 10AM-4PM
Place: St. Charles Convention Center

Check out more Holiday Light festivities opening soon in our Holiday Lights in St. Louis post.

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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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