5 Things to Do in St. Louis this Weekend 6/6 – 6/8
Happy Friday, everyone! Here are five things you’ll want to make sure you do in St. Louis this weekend.
St. Louis Uncorked – June 6-7
Unwind with the finest selection of local wines, live music, a wide selection of craft and all-American beers, and St. Louis’ best food trucks. This iconic St. Louis Uncorked festival now in it’s 6th year delivers an unforgettable experience. American singer-songwriter Andy Grammer headlines Friday night’s line up and a Great Big World headlines a packed performance schedule on Saturday
RFT Music Showcase – June 7
Riverfront Times’ Music Showcase is an all-day festival featuring 80+ local acts.. The annual celebration of St. Louis’ best and brightest musical talent will take place for the first time in the eclectic Grove neighborhood, along Manchester Avenue between Kingshighway and Vandeventer, inside ten participating venues. A $10 wristband grants access to all participating venues and a free, all-ages outdoor stage will host music from 1 to 7 p.m..
Lafayette Square Spring House and Garden Tour – June 7-8
For the tour’s 45th year, the Lafayette Square Restoration Committee has partnered with STL250 to make this year’s event one to remember. After touring a dozen Victorian-era homes and gardens, enjoy an antique fair and market, plein-air artists, vintage baseball festival, 3D photographic exhibit, a free outdoor concert, and more.
Webster Art and Air Fair – June 6-8
Join the Art & Air fair as it enters its eleventh year of operation at Eden Theological Seminary featuring over 110 artists. Noted as one of the bests art fairs in the Midwest, the artists featured come from a variety of locations across the US and Canada. Each day you will be able to tap your feet to local musicians performing and enjoy delicious food your favorite local restaurants.
Circus Flora – The Pawn – thru June 22
Join Circus Flora for its 28th season production, “The Pawn,” in partnership with the World Chess Hall of Fame and the Chess Club & Scholastic Center of St. Louis. A chess match unlike any other, Circus Flora’s “The Pawn” will bring the game of logic to life with performances by acrobats, trained camels and an equestrian bareback rider. Journey back to the ancient lands from where chess began and experience the mystique of Persia and India while following the Pawn through a whimsical world of creatures and intrigues inspired by a chess-board’s cast of characters.
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.