5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | August 7 – 9
Discover the five must-see things to do this weekend in St. Louis!
Enjoy some of the freshest sounds in St. Louis at Open Air, a 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, St. Louis on Friday and Saturday nights. Reservations are required.
Live music is back at the home of great music and food! Broadway Oyster Bar presents the best touring acts and a variety of musical genres – rock, reggae, bluegrass, blues, funk, R&B, roots, jam and more. Dine-in and curbside pick up is available. Masks are required; entry will not be permitted without a mask.
The National Blues Museum is currently playing host to a weekly series of outdoor live music events through Labor Day. The shows are called Al Fresco @ the MX and will feature musicians performing each Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The shows will take place on Sixth Street between Washington and Locust, across the street from the museum.
The CCFR inaugural drive-in experience this weekend. It’s completely FREE to the public. Load the kids in the car and enjoy a family friendly, socially distanced night of entertainment. Admission includes one meal per person with a hot dog, chips/popcorn, and soda/water. Registration required, 200-car limit.
Every Friday. Bring a chair, wear a mask, pick up your own take-out from your favorite restaurant and listen to music from The Gaslight Squares. Cherokee Street will be closed from 6-8 p.m. The concert is free and food and drinks will also be available for purchase.
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