5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | August 28 – 30
Discover the five must-see things to do this weekend in St. Louis!
Al Fresco at the MX | August 28
Enjoy Al Fresco at the MX, a free outdoor concert on 6th Street between Washington and Locust, featuring and Matt “The Rattlesnake” Lesch. Everyone is invited to purchase food, wine, and drinks from their favorite downtown restaurant, sit outside for sunset dining, and listen to live music presented by the National Blues Museum!
Mud + Merlot | August 28
Mud + Merlot: A bottle of wine and some clay make for a great night out at Laumeier Sculpture Park! Learn slab construction and wheel throwing methods and explore surface textures and detailing to create a unique ceramic bird feeder. Laumeier’s monthly Night Out provides a fun and relaxed, adults-only environment. Registration required. Ages 21 +
2020 Bommarito Automotive Group 500 | August 29 – 30
The 2020 Bommarito Automotive Group 500 is off to the races! The weekend offers a full schedule starting on Saturday with INDYCAR practice and pole qualifying and the ARCA Menards Series race. Sunday features the Gateway 200 powered by CK Power NASCAR Truck Series event and the Bommarito Automotive Group 500 INDYCAR race.
Open Air Concert Series | August 28 – 29
Enjoy the freshest sounds in St. Louis at the Open Air concert series presented by Kranzberg Arts Foundation and Jazz St. Louis. Featuring and celebrating St. Louis’s finest, this tented, dinner experience takes place outside The Grandel in Grand Center Arts District, on Friday and Saturday night. Advance tickets are required.
St. Louis Riverfront Cruise | Daily
Relive the days when steamboats ruled the river on a one-hour St. Louis Riverfront Cruise. Narrated by the captain or a National Park Service ranger, the cruise highlights the Mississippi River’s important role in St. Louis history and the significance of the working river today. The cruises run five times daily on weekends and three times daily on weekdays.
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