STL Weekend Events: March 22-25 ft. Schlafly Stout & Oyster Festival

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St. Louis Weekend Events Guide For March 22-25, 2018 ft. the Schlafly Stout & Oyster Festival

St. Louis Weekend Events for Thursday, March 22nd through Sunday, March 25th, 2018 featuring St. Louis Blues hockey, the Schlafly Stout & Oyster Festival, an Easter Egg Hunt, Folk & Roots Festival, Art Fair, Undy Run/Walk, The Color Purple, Moolah Shrine Circus, FestivAle, Taste of U City, and more.

Check out all of the fun events going on in and around St. Louis this weekend below.


Food Wine Design: One of the most anticipated culinary events of the year, St. Louis Magazine’s Food Wine Design unites three sophisticated crafts for three evenings of indulgent celebration. Acclaimed chefs, certified sommeliers, and talented tabletop designers come together for this all-inclusive three-night event. Chefs include Lou Rook III from Annie Gunn’s, Bill Cardwell from Cardwell’s at the Plaza, Gian Nicola Colucci from Cielo, Vince Bommarito Jr from Tony’s, Kevina Nashan from Sidney Street Cafe, and Michael and Tara Gallina from Vicia. Tickets start at $125 for Friday night.

Date: March 21-23
Time: 6-9:30pm
Place: Four Seasons-999 N 2nd St

St. Louis Folk & Roots Festival: St. Louis’ premier folk festival presented as a partnership between KDHX Community Media and The Sheldon Concert Hall. Featuring musicians spanning the many styles that comprise Folk Music, The 6th Annual Folk & Roots Festival includes players performing old-time, bluegrass, country, and blues as well as workshops, a square dance and a Murder Ballad Ball to kick it all off. Live music from The Hillbenders, Michael Daves, Kaia Kater, Kieran Kane & Rayna Gellert, Steve James, Jake Weber & The Lonesome Drifters, Murder Ballad Ball, and more.

Date: March 22-24
Time: Thurs: 8pm, Fri: 8-11pm, Sat: 12pm, 8pm
Place: The Sheldon – 3648 Washington Blvd

The 2018 Schlafly Stout and Oyster Festival takes place March 23 & 24 at Schlafly Tap Room in downtown St. Louis. Check out that festival and more in the STL Weekend Events Guide from RealLifeSTL.
The 2018 Schlafly Stout and Oyster Festival takes place March 23 & 24 at Schlafly Tap Room in downtown St. Louis. (Image Credit: Schlafly on Facebook)

Schlafly Stout & Oyster Festival: This 19th annual festival does it right, flying in more than 20 star shuckers from the East and West Coast to make sure the oysters are shucked by the best in the country. They fly in almost 80,000 oysters overnight, from both coasts, for the freshest oysters possible. This year, the brewery will bring out all the stops, brewing over 15 stouts for the festival. Some of the featured stouts are brewed on Schlafly’s small brews system and will be exclusive to the event. All weekend long festival goers will get to experience live music, multiple raw oyster bars, stout tasting bars with the exclusive small brew stouts, and of course all of the other Schlafly beer the heart desires.

Date: March 23 & 24
Time: Fri: 5:30, Sat: 11am-10pm
Place: Schlafly Tap Room-2100 Locust

St. Louis Blues: The Blues take on the Vancouver Canucks at home this Friday. Tickets start at $35. Next week, the 27th is Cards night and coming up in the beginning of April is fan appreciation week with tons of fun stuff in store. Go Blues!

Date: Friday, March 23
Time: 7pm
Place: Scottrade Center

FestivAle: A showcase of craft beers for beer lovers by beer lovers hosted by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. FestivAle brings together beer enthusiasts to sample handcrafted, high-end beers from the Midwest’s finest brewers. The event also features a food tasting stations, silent auction, beer-related games, and more to support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation-Gateway Chapter! GA tickets are $65 and include craft beer tastings, food samplings, live entertainment and keepsake tasting glass

Date: Friday, March 23
Time: 8-10:30pm
Place: Union Station-1820 Market St

SEC Gymnastics Championship: St. Louis will host the 2018 SEC Gymnastics Championship on March 24, 2018 at Chaifetz Arena. This event will be the second Southeastern Conference championship to be hosted in the Gateway City in March 2018, following the 2018 SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament two weeks prior at Scottrade Center. St. Louis has played host to the best gymnasts in the country since 2016 with the U.S. Men’s Olympic Trials and Women’s P&G Championships, the 2017 NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, and continues the streak in 2018 with the SEC Gymnastics Championship and NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships following in April. We look forward to producing another outstanding championship and welcoming fans back to SEC Territory.

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 2-8pm
Place: Chafeitz Arena

St. Louis Contemporary Art Show: Hosted by Conception Arts, this evening of contemporary art, live music, networking and refreshments offer collectors the opportunity to purchase work directly from local artists at the tipping point of their career. Conception exhibits have been featured in The Wall St. Journal and ABC News.

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 6-10pm
Place: Morgan Street Brewery-721 N 2nd St


Taste of U City Join the Chamber in sampling food and drink from some of U City’s best eateries. Every year more than 40 of our community’s fine restaurants provide offerings from cuisines around the world. From Chinese and Indian to pizza and barbecue, you can eat it all at Taste of U City! Participating restaurants include: Al-Tarboush, Asian Kitchen, Ben & Jerry’s, Chaozhou Cuusine, China King, De Palm Tre, Fitz’s, Froyo, Grill Stop, House of India, Insonia Cookies, and more.

Date: Thursday, March 22
Time: 5-8pm
Place: Mandarin House Banquet Hall-8004 Olive Blvd

Cocktails + Conversation: Fireside Poetry: Enjoy a fireside poetry reading in the Park featuring local poets Luther Hughes and Treasure Shields Redmond, moderated by Laumeier Sculpture Park’s 2018 In-Residence: Poet Stefene Russell. Laumeier’s Conversation Series offers free, informal learning opportunities for adult audiences through lectures and discussions about art and nature with staff members, visiting artists and community leaders. Coffee and cocktail events encourage participants to ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere. Refreshments are always provided! Free, ages 21 and up.

Date: Thursday, March 22
Time: 6-7:30pm
Place: Laumeier Sculpture Park

Banjos & Beer: Two hours of FREE music with a dozen four-string banjo players belting out those favorite Tin Pan Alley tunes from the early 1900s. Relive those days from Shakey’s Pizza Parlor and Your Father’s Mustache. Enjoy great food, cold beer and outstanding music. Lyrics to the songs are projected so you can sing along.

Date: Thursday, March 22
Time: 7:30pm
Place: Schlafly Bottleworks-7260 Southwest Ave

Lot 49 Art Auction & Benefit: Lot 49 is a unique artist-centric auction initiated and shaped by artists as an annual fundraiser for The Luminary and a direct means of support for artists in the region and beyond. The interactive auction will feature acclaimed artists nominated by their peers, with participating artists receiving 51% of all proceeds and the remaining 49% going to support our ambitious programs – hence the name, Lot 49. VIP cocktail reception from 7pm-8pm is $50 and includes: Complimentary wine and beer, Complimentary Valet Parking, Food from area chefs, Meet participating artists, First chance to bid on auction items. Public Event starts at 8pm and is $10. Join us for the most exciting contemporary art party of the season featuring music from DJ MAKossa, interactive bidding, artist-designed “Critical Theory” cocktails and more.

Date: Friday, March 23
TIme: 7pm
Place: 2720 Cherokee

Art Fair at Queeny Park: Up to 130 juried artists from 20 or more states, the Art Fair at Queeny Park is one of the most reputable, longest-running art fairs in the bi-state region. In addition to the art, there will be a wine tasting each day from Three Squirrels Winery, art certificate drawings, and a children’s art discovery zone. Admission is $5.

Date: March 23-25
Time: Fri: 5-9pm, Sat: 10am-6pm, Sun: 11am-4pm
Place: Queeny Park

13th African Film Festival:Through a variety of genres, the films showcase the latest talent and new directions in cinema while highlighting themes in a variety of African countries. The festival is free and open to the public. Check the website for this year’s films and guest artists.

Date: March 23-25
Time: Fri: 7pm, Sat: & 7pm, Sun: 7pm
Place: Brown Hall, Wash U

The Color Purple: 2016 Tony Award® winner for Best Musical Revival! Hailed as “a direct hit to the heart” (The Hollywood Reporter), this joyous American classic has conquered Broadway in an all-new “ravishingly reconceived production that is a glory to behold” (The New York Times) directed by Tony winner John Doyle. With a soul-raising score of jazz, gospel, ragtime and blues, THE COLOR PURPLE gives an exhilarating new spirit to this Pulitzer Prize-winning story. Don’t miss this stunning re-imagining of an epic story about a young woman’s journey to love and triumph in the American South.

Date: March 20-April 1
Time: times vary
Place: The Fox-527 N Grand

Confluence Trash Bash: The annual clean-up in North St Louis and St Louis County. All are welcome, no experience required! Individual volunteers, civic groups and youth organizations are encouraged to attend. Volunteers can choose from multiple locations as their starting site, after which they will be assigned to specific areas to clean. Check-in and FREE breakfast is 8-8:45am. Announcements: 8:45-9:00. Clean-up: 9:00-Noon

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 8am-12pm
Place: Locations vary

Coffee Crawl: CAthc an afternoon buzz at the 9th Annual coffee crawl. A self-guided tour with Maplewood’s delicious coffee locations. The afternoon session includes: Schlafly Bottleworks, Kaldi’s Roasting Co., Mystic Valley, Goshen Coffee Company, Tapped, Chauvin Coffee Company, Foundation Grounds, Blueprint Coffee, Boardwalk Waffles and Ice Cream, Ronnoco Coffee Company, La Cosecha Coffee Roasters, Roaster and Host, Great Harvest Bread Co., Stone Spiral, Riley’s Coffee Co., Pie Oh My!, Park Avenue Coffee. Tickets are $11.

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 12:30-5pm
Place: Check in at Schlafly, Maplewood

Hare in the Air: The event is free to the community and includes egg hunts for children ages 2-8 as well as fun activities for the whole family. The bunny arrives by helicopter at 9:30am. There will be a petting zoo, balloon artists, costumed characters, and police car. Don’t forget to bring your basket.

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 9am
Place: Logan University-1851 Schoettler Rd

2018 St. Louis Undy Run/Walk: A fun twist on a serious topic, the Undy Run/Walk is sparking much-needed conversations and kicking colon cancer’s butt, one city at a time. And if that’s not enough, you even have the chance to stroll through a larger-than-life inflatable colon on site! Feel free to sport your favorite pair of family-friendly undies, dress as Santa Claus, a superhero or simply as a runner. Whatever your style, you are sparking lifesaving conversations and helping make colon cancer something people are comfortable talking about. All Registration Types Include: a pair of 2018 Boxer shorts, Survivor t-shirt if registered as a survivor, Survivor medal if registered as a survivor.

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 9am
Place: The Muny Lot, Forest Park

Fest of the Wild 2018: Join us for our THIRD ANNUAL Fest of the Wild. This year features a tapping of Cantillon, rare bottles, and other amazing surprises! Featuring rare tappings from Brasserie Cantillon, Jester King Breweryg, Perennial Artisan Ales and more. Featuring rare bottle releases including: Cantillon Fou’ Foune, Tilquin Oude Pinot Noir, Tilquin Gueuze, Drie Fonteinen Gueuze, and Drie Fonteinen Armond & Gaston.

Date: Saturday, March 24
Time: 12-6pm
Place: Craft Beer Cellar-8113 Maryland Ave

SoMo: The Reservations Tour: with Caye and Kid Quill. Selling out shows across the country and achieving multiplatinum success by paving a path of his own, SoMo has quietly emerged as R&B’s most successful underground superstar. Now, it’s time for the world to properly meet the Dallas, TX singer and songwriter born Joseph Somers-Morales on his second full-length album, ‘The Answers’.

Date: Sunday, March 25
Time: 7pm
Place: Delmar Hall-6161 Delmar


Moolah Shrine Circus: Come Run away and join the Shrine Circus. This is your opportunity to experience all the sights and sounds that the circus has to offer. Be amazed at the gravity-defying trapeze artists as they fly through the air in their aerial ballet. Enjoy the crazy antics of the hilarious clowns as they jump and tumble under the “Big Top”. Listen to the roar of the magnificent but treacherous tigers. Watch the elephants as they trumpet around the “Three Rings”. Taste the wonderful carnival food such as cotton candy, snow cones, peanuts, popcorn and soda.

Date: March 22-25
Time: Times vary
Place: St. Charles Family Arena

The Wizard of Oz: Presented by The Young People’s Theater. This beloved tale, in which a Kansas farm girl travels over the rainbow to discover the magical power of home, has been entertaining audiences for generations. Join Dorothy and her friends as they follow the yellow brick road through Munchkinland to the Emerald City as YPT brings Oz to life. By L. Frank Baum With Music and Lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg. Tickets are $10.

Date: Thursday, March 22
Time: 7pm
Place: St. Charles Community College

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