Circus Harmony’s 2024 annual show, “Nocturne” is a dreamlike show about overcoming your fears and finding your strengths! The show features Circus Harmony’s fantastic flying children and will be presented in their home ring at City Museum for six shows only the last weekend of January and the first weekend of February.
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We know St. Louis is fun. WalletHub knows it too! They recently released their "Most Fun Cities in America (2024)" list, and St. Louis is ranked 14th (we're coming for you Portland!). According to the list, "to help Americans find the cities with the most significant...
Once again, St. Louis, steeped in music lore, is emerging as a vibrant new music scene. An alluring place deeply respectful of its musical heritage, and now with some very fresh blood taking its music scene into the future.
An incredibly creative hip-hop remix of Dickens’ classic holiday tale, A Christmas Carol. A joyous, sprawling bazaar with more than 100 artists filling Cherokee Street storefronts, bars and venues. The beloved St. Louis Symphony Orchestra performing the movie Home Alone in concert. This is St. Louis during the holidays, and there are a multitude of ways to be merry and bright.
St. Louis is a place that’s known for homegrown music icons, including artists Chuck Berry, Nelly, and Smino. So many of them leave the gateway to the west to seek success on a national stage. But what about the artists who stay? Local artist, entrepreneur, producer (the list goes on and on) is helping put St. Louis on the map as a music town.
Sweater weather is here, and autumn in St. Louis is as cozy as it comes. Mild temperatures, beautiful fall colors popping, and endless things to do invite you to investigate every neighborhood and hidden gem. As fall turns to winter, we make it easy to get into the holiday spirit and fill your days and nights with creative cheer.
Cuéntame is a unique initiative by Latinx Arts Network STL and EncoreSTL that places the voices and experiences of St. Louis’ Latinx community at center stage. The organizations have collaborated to collect and curate Latinx stories and provide the space and means to tell them in a captivating way.
The Flyover Comedy Festival is returning to St. Louis Nov 9-11, 2023 with three days of stand-up, improv and sketch comedy. Some big names are headlining the event happening in The Grove neighborhood including Jeff Ross, Sheng Wang and Janelle James.
September 9 and 10, the Music at the Intersection festival returns to Grand Center Arts District, in the heart of St. Louis. More than 50 artists are scheduled to perform across four stages, giving the audience so many ways to celebrate St. Louis’ musical, cultural and artistic heritage.
Artist Jayvn Solomon, the creator of Loutopia, has a creative, thoughtful vision for community development in St. Louis. Now, the project is leveling up with Loutopia: Exhibit A, a temporary, interactive wonderland that merges beautiful exhibits with gamification, community events, and augmented reality to inspire visitors to embrace art, nature, and sustainable systems in their daily lives. The experience kicks off October 5, 2023.