5 Things to Do in St. Louis this Weekend 11/22 – 11/24
Happy Friday, everyone! Here are five things you’ll want to make sure you do in St. Louis this weekend.
Anheuser-Busch Holiday Light Experience – November 22 – 23
Enjoy a new and improved holiday lights experience at Anheuser-Busch with new attractions including more lights, live music, fire pits for roasting s’mores and complimentary seasonal beer samples for adults 21 and older. A grand-lighting ceremony will take place Nov. 22 at 4:45 p.m.
Macy’s Festival of Lights – November 22
The annual Macy’s Festival of Lights kicks off the holiday season with entertainment, special guests, fireworks and the customary tree-lighting ceremony. The entire family will be entertained by special performances by the Moscow Ballet Nutcracker St. Louis Dancers, Salvation Army Brass Ensemble, Grand Center Arts Academy Show Choir, the St. Louis Christmas Carols Association, Muny Kids, Show-Me Sound and Rivertown Sound Quartet and last but not least, an appearance by Santa Claus. The evening will also include music by Griffin and the Gargoyles
Garden Glow – November 23 – January 4
Experience the Botanical Garden as you never have before at its first ever Garden Glow. Lights transform familiar pathways and iconic garden structures into visual masterpieces for the winter. Also enjoy food (including make-your-own-s’mores!), drink and music as you tour the whimsical paths and iconic garden structures into visual masterpieces for the winter months. Also enjoy food (including make-your-own-s’mores!), drink and music as you tour the whimsical paths.
OMNIMAX – Santa vs the Snowman – Nov 22 – Dec 31
It’s Santa vs the Snowman! This hilarious holiday show is turned on when an innocent and lovable Snowman discovers Santa’s Village and reaches in the workshop window to pick up a shiny, new flute. What ensues is an all-out, riotous battle for Christmas!
Winter Wonder Walk – November 22 – 24
Walk through Winter Wonderland featuring over a million twinkling holiday lights fashioned into over 30 display areas of favorite characters and festive scenes as well as a canopy of lights glistening throughout 75 acres of forest in Tilles Park in St. Louis County.
If none of these events are your thing, check our calendar of events for a bunch more. Whatever you do this weekend, I hope you have a great time.