5 Things To Do This Weekend in St. Louis | March 30 – April 1
Happy Friday! Here are the five things you won’t want to miss this weekend in St. Louis including Saint Louis FC’s Home Opener at the World Wide Technology Soccer Park, New Dance Horizons at the Grandel Theatre, Easter Egg hunt at the Saint Louis Zoo, and more.
Saint Louis FC Game | March 31
The wait is over for soccer fans as Saint Louis FC’s home opener is on Saturday, March 31 at the World Wide Technology Soccer Park in Fenton. Come join the St. Louligans and all the faithful as they cheer on new head coach Anthony Pulis and the boys during another exciting year of United Soccer League action.
New Dance Horizons VI: Live at The Grandel | March 31
Three cutting-edge choreographers set original dance pieces on three local professional companies to create three world premieres. Now in its sixth year, the original Dance St. Louis production, which was started to elevate the work of local dance companies to a national level through collaboration with nationally recognized choreographers, returns for the 2017-18 season with a fresh theme curated by Dance St. Louis’ new artistic consultant Terence Marling. New Dance Horizons VI explores the relationship between music and dance, with each world premiere work set to a distinct musical genre.
So iLL Showdown Climbing Competition Finals | March 31
The So iLL Showdown is back with a vengeance! Each year, competitors travel from coast to coast in order to battle it out for cold hard cash. Watch an elite group of competitors defy gravity in hopes of becoming the 2018 So iLL Showdown Champion.
Born Yesterday | March 29 – April 8
Junkyard tycoon Harry Brock swaggers into Washington, D.C., determined to buy a senator or two. The monkey wrench in his schemes is Billie Dawn, his seemingly dim-witted ex-showgirl girlfriend. But when Brock hires a reporter to tutor Billie, she rapidly comes into her own as a force to be reckoned with. This sharp and snappy comedy hilariously skewers Beltway corruption.
Enrichment Eggstravaganza | April 1
Everybody likes a food treat, and Saint Louis Zoo animals are no exception! The Zoo’s enrichment team has planned special “egg hunts” for animals. Visitors can also meet keepers at Keeper Chats.