5 Things To Do in St. Louis This Weekend | July 4 – 7
Discover the five must-see events happening this weekend in St. Louis, including Fair Saint Louis, Jungle Boogie at The Zoo and more.
Fair Saint Louis | July 4 – 6
Ring in the Fourth of July weekend at the biggest Independence Day celebration around! This year’s festivities are as dazzling as ever, featuring Boeing Air Shows, firework productions, performances from favorites like Brett Young and Keith Sweat, and more! Join thousands of St. Louisans in celebrating our nation’s independence and all there is to be grateful for. Free of charge. Held at Gateway Arch National Park.
Garden Party Lights | July 6 – October 19
All Summer, the Missouri Botanical Garden is your after-hours destination for drinks, lights, music and dynamic multimedia. When the sun goes down, the light show begins where visitors will embark on a self-guided journey through a more than 1-mile free-flowing path and experience new multimedia.
The Pigeon Comes to St. Louis! A Mo Willems exhibit | May 25 – September 8
Bring your little ones to play, create, and learn at Mo Willem’s latest immersive exhibit at The Magic House! Stories starring Elephant, Piggie, Knuffle Bunny, and the Pigeon highlight the struggles that accompany growing up and teach children vital lessons about expressing their feelings and being a good friend. This art-filled, humorous experience makes learning anything but mundane! $12 for guests.
Jungle Boogie at The Zoo | May 24 – August 30
Free, live music at the Zoo? Yes, please! Bring the whole family to the zoo to kick-back, jam-out, and enjoy the warmth that makes summer nights so enjoyable. With food and beverages sold at happy hour prices, the Zoo is quickly becoming a Friday-night hotspot! Bring a lawn chair and your best dance moves the Schnuck Family Plaza, and kick off your weekend with the animals.
Insight Theatre Company Presents The Revolutionists | June 28 – July 14
See the Insight Theatre’s rendition of the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror from a point of view not typically told from. Immerse yourself in the action as four beautiful, daring women lose their heads during the French Revolution. This historical comedy is both so violent and extravagant that many are left wondering which elements are factual and which are fictitious. Experience the violence, feminism, and activism that sets this play apart from other stories of this era.
We hope you enjoy your weekend in St. Louis. Make sure to share your St. Louis photos with us using #ExploreStLouis, you could be featured on our social page. For more events, festivals and things to do in St. Louis, check out our events calendar.