Weekend of 6/24-6/26

  1. 2016 Men’s U.S. Olympic Trials and P&G Gymnastics Championship

    Thursday, June 23 – Sunday, June 26, Chaifetz Arena
    Witness the country’s top gymnasts as they compete for a place on the U.S. Olympic Team.

  1. PrideFest St. Louis

    Friday, June 24 – Sunday, June 26, Soldiers Memorial, Downtown St. Louis
    Join the annual celebration of gay, lesbian and transgender culture with a Sunday parade, live entertainment, and assortment of festivities.

  1. IKEA Midsummer Smorgasbord Celebration

    Friday, June 24, 6pm -8pm, IKEA St. Louis
    Enjoy a Swedish all-you-can-eat buffet, live music and fun for the whole family!

  1. NASCAR Camping World Truck Series: Drivin’ for Linemen 200 SERIES

    Saturday, June 25, Gateway Motorsports Park
    Feel the rumble of the track as some of the most popular NASCAR drivers and teams grace the raceway for this truck racing series.

  1. Saint Louis FC Soccer Game

    Saturday, June 25, World Wide Technology Soccer Park
    Cheer on the St. Louis Football Club as they take on the Portland Timbers

  1. Chesterfield Wine & Jazz Festival

    Saturday, June 25, Chesterfield Amphitheater
    Enjoy a variety of wine and music at this outdoor jazz festival featuring Eric Slaughter with Ptah Williams, Darrell Mixon, and Gary Sykes, and chart-topping classical/jazz artists Bach to the Future.

  1. Live and Let Die: A Symphonic Tribute to the Music of Paul McCartney

    Friday, June 24, Powell Symphony Hall in Grand Center
    The STL Symphony is joined by a four piece band performing the works of Paul McCartney, including songs from the Beatles era and McCartney’s solo work.

  1. Macbeth by the Opera Theatre of Saint Louis

    Sunday, June 26, The Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts at Webster
    This the last chance to catch Shakespeare’s classic tale of ambition and murder set to some of the most magnificent music in all of opera

  1. Route 66: Main Street Through St. Louis Exhibit

    Sunday, June 26, Missouri History Museum
    Get your kicks at the History Museum this weekend as you learn how the famous Route 66 helped shaped St. Louis.

  1. 42nd Street at The Muny

    Friday, June 24, The Muny in Forest Park
    Enjoy the song-and-dance extravaganza that is still considered the ultimate backstage musical.

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