September 28th-30th

Stop by BB’s Jazz, Blues, & Soup on Friday to hear The Bel Airs light up the stage at their Funk Fest 2018.

Food Truck Friday continues at Eckert’s Belleville Farm!! Stop in for a variety of delicious food options from wonderful local food trucks such as Mission Taco Truck, STL BLT, and Pie Hard and sit back to enjoy free live music. Grab your friends and enjoy a relaxing evening on our farm.


MADCO, who’s powerful dance performance brings primal together with subtle and sophisticated, will show off their work at the Touhill Performing Arts Center on Friday and Saturday.

 

 

On Friday, you will also have the opportunity to hear James Armstrong perform at ‚Äč1860 Saloon. Armstrong pays tribute to the past with the traditional blues, and his unique songwriting skills. Using both slide and pick, James’ guitar playing is some of the smoothest in the business.

 

 

Carondelet Park is presenting its 12th Annual Indie Craft Festival in St. Louis, the Strange Folk Festival this Friday through Sunday.

 

 

Prepare your palate for tasty tacos and cold Exotico Tequila margaritas – Taco-Rita returns Saturday to The Grove STL between Atomic Cowboy and Firecracker Pizza & Beer. Snack on tacos from St. Louis’ top restaurants and sip tasty margaritas made with Exotico tequilas, while you enjoy live music on Atomic Cowboy’s outdoor stage.

 

 

The St. Louis Theatre Expo will be held on Saturday at the Loretto-Hilton Center at Webster University. You can experience what the St. Louis theatre community has to offer, learn behind-the-scenes secrets, and enjoy performances and demonstrations.

Prepare yourself for October this Sunday with the traditional Oktoberfest experience. UCBC’s OktoberFest. Oktoberfest St. Louis will also feature the standard fare found at Munich’s Oktoberfest celebration, including pretzels, brats, currywurst, roasted chicken, and frikadellen. Popular Oktoberfest competitions like Masskrugstemmen (stein-holding contests) and Fingerhackeln (finger wrestling) will make a return, as will a great line-up of polka & oompah-thumping music.

The 12th Annual Roots N Blues N BBQ Festival will be held Friday to Sunday at Stephens Lake Park in Columbia, MO. The festival features over 30 artists representing numerous genres such as blues, roots, folk, rock, bluegrass and more. Don’t forget to enjoy the delicious BBQ offerings from local and regional vendors.

St. Louis Hills, rich in architecture and home to beautiful Francis Park, provides the backdrop for Art in the Park this Sunday. Family, friends, and neighbors enjoy art, music, and food surrounding the majestic lily pond at the center of the park. This is a free family event and is a great opportunity to enjoy this early fall weather.