Uncorked 2018 Highlights The St. Louis Weekend Events Guide For May 31-June 3

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There’s Plenty To Do Around St. Louis Over The 2018 Memorial Day Weekend

“The First Sip of Summer,” St. Louis Uncorked 2018 highlights the St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for May 31- June 3, 2018. The festival at Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis features music by the Plain White T’s, Mat Kearney, Matt Nathanson, The Verve Pipe and others.

Other great events happening around St. Louis this weekend include IndiHop, Sample Soulard Sunday, First Friday at the Saint Louis Science Center and more.

Scroll down to check out more about the St. Louis Uncorked Festival and more great events taking place around St. Louis this weekend.

 

St. Louis Uncorked 2018 highlights the St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for May 31 - June 3, 2018.
St. Louis Uncorked 2018 highlights the St. Louis Weekend Events Guide for May 31 – June 3, 2018.

DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS EVENTS

St. Louis Uncorked 2018

The first sip of Summer is here with the St. Louis Uncorked Festival at Kiener Plaza this weekend. The free festival is open on Friday from 4 -11 pm and Saturday from 3 – 11 pm.

The Bud Light Main Stage will host acts like Matt Nathanson and the Plain White T’s on Friday night and Mat Kearny on Saturday night. Plenty of food, beer and wine will be available for purchase and other local vendors will also be selling their wares.

A $55 VIP pass to the Bud Light Party Plaza is available to purchase for either Friday or Saturday night of the festival. The pass includes drinks fron Bud Light, Nue Vodka, Southern Comfort and Fireball Whisky as well as wine from several different brands. VIPs will also enjoy food from Sugarfire Smoke House and access to private restrooms. Get more information on the Bud Light Party Plaza here.

St. Louis Uncorked 2018
Friday June 1 4 – 11 pm
Saturday June 2 3 – 11 pm
Kiener Plaza
Downtown St. Louis

IndiHop

The IndiHop beer festival celebrates its 7th year this Saturday in two different St. Louis city neighborhoods. Shuttles will be running to transport beer lovers between the two neighborhoods during the event.

A $30 ticket gets you a tasting glass that you can use to sample beers at 25 places in each neighborhood.  Local musicans will also be playing throughout the day in both neighborhoods.

IndiHop
Saturday June 2 1 -7 pm
The Grove and Cherokee Street
St. Louis City

Sample Soulard Sunday

Spend this Sunday sampling some of the great good and drinks in Soulard. A $25 booklet features tickets to sample six different food dishes and one drink. More than 20 venues will be participating in the event this year, offering everything from Smoked Eggplant Sliders to Alligator Ragoon.

Sample Soulard Sunday
Sunday June 3 11 am – 5 pm
Soulard

CENTRAL ST. LOUIS

June First Friday: Jurassic World

No, this isn’t just a showing of Jurassic World or Jurassic Park at the Saint Louis Science Center. It’s something way cooler in a Science Center way, of course.

The Saint Louis Science Center bills its First Friday series as its “premier experience for adults” with an entire evening of events geared towards adult visitors.

Explore the Science Center while looking for dinosaurs clues in a scavenger hunt, make your own Dino Masks, learn about fossils and enjoy dinosaur-themed food and much more. Did we mention dinosaur-themed food? Because the Titanosaur Burger and the Volcanic Dino Wings sound awesome.

Dinosaur buffs won’t want to miss the presentation by palentologist Dr. Ashley Morhardt of the Washington University School of Medicine onf the Visible Interactive Dinosaur Project. Lion Forge Comics will give a presenation on creating dinosaurs in their medium and Jim Yelton of Geek Universe Radio Show will give a talk on the impact of Jurassic Park.

Free Ominimax screenings and an augmented reality pavement art presentation by Chalk Riot and pancake-making with Dancakes are also among the activities planned.

Be on the lookout for an awesome replica of the Jurassic Park jeep outside the Saint Louis Science Center Friday night. It will definitely make for a great Instagram post. Can’t get enough of people in those ridiculous T-Rex outfits? Be in the lobby of the main building at 7 pm for a treat.

June First Friday: Jurassic World
Friday June 1
Saint Louis Science Center

5050 Oakland Ave, St. Louis 63110

Concerts

Thursday – Red Wanting Blue w/ Liz Brasher – Blueberry Hill Duck Room
Friday – Safety Third (Green Day), The Small Things (Blink 182) & Shut Up Mark – Delmar Hall
Friday – Jacksepticeye – The Pageant
Saturday – Matthew Logan Vasquez w/ Parker Gispert – Blueberry Hill Duck Room
Saturday – Cracker – Delmar Hall
Saturday – Ween – The Pageant
Sunday – Foster The People w/ Mr. Gabriel – The Pageant
Sunday – Magic Giant  w/ Tall Heights – Blueberry Hill Duck Room

The Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon, winner of 9 Tony Awards, comes to The Fabulous Fox in Grand Center this weekend.

The curtain comes up at 7:30 pm for shows Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. Saturday and Sunday featured afternoon and evening shows.

Ticket prices range from $39 – $150 and can be purchased here.  A ticket lottery will also be held at the venue box office before each show. Winners of the lottery will be able to purchase a limited number of show tickets for $25 each.

The Book of Mormon
Wed – Sun May 30-June 3 Various Times
The Fabulous Fox
527 North Grand Boulevard St. Louis 63103

ST. LOUIS COUNTY

Richmond Heights Top of the Hill Summer Nights Block Party

Top of the Hill in Richmond Heights hosts the family-friendly Summer Nights Block Party this Saturday from 4 – 7 pm. Kids will enjoy caricatures, a bounce house, balloon animals and much more. Adults will enjoy beers from Urban Chestnut Brewing Company. On The Fence will be the featured band providing the music.

Summer Nights Block Party
Saturday June 2 4 – 7 pm
Top of the Hill
1201 S Big Bend Blvd Richmond Heights, MO 63117

FENTON

Saint Louis FC vs Swope Park Rangers

Saint Louis FC takes on the Swope Park Rangers this Saturday at World Wide Technology Soccer Park in Fenton. Kickoff at Toyota Stadium is set for 7:30 pm.

Saint Louis FC vs Swope Park Rangers
Saturday June 2 7:30 pm
Toyota Stadium at World Wide Technology Soccer Park
1 Soccer Park Rd. Fenton, MO 63026

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