Enjoy live music at the zoo on Friday evenings. Kids can participate in animal-related activities focused on conservation. No concert June 21.
Every Wednesday, the botanical garden welcomes a different musical artist.
The band’s 23rd season is themed Around the World in 6 Concerts. Performances are every Tuesday, with the exception of July 3. A special concert July 18 will be held on the grounds of the Ulysses S. Grant House.
The legendary R&B group brings its signature sound to St. Louis.
One of the most successful recording artists of all time makes a local stop on her Music Book tour.
The five-member pop group will appear in St. Louis on the second leg of its 8 Letters tour.
The Grammy-winning artist is set to appear with Cage the Elephant and Spoon as part of his multicity tour, The Night Running.
Four concerts at local venues celebrate the history and importance of different musical genres.
Celebrate the past and future of the blues at a concert series featuring local and national artists.
The Grammy Award-winning artist and her band take the stage with favorites from albums like The Firewatcher’s Daughter and By the Way, I Forgive You.
The native Texan makes a stop in St. Louis to share his unique mix of musical styles.
The Gaslight Jazz Series concert includes guest vocalist Janet Evra.
Live music, art, games, food, kids’ activities and more come together at this fun, multicultural festival.
A variety of world music styles are explored, including guitar, percussion and vocals.
Pianist Tin Lao joins the chamber music ensemble for a concert featuring Mozart, Brahms and Beethoven. A reception will be held at 6:30 p.m.
Traditional spirituals, gospel favorites and children’s songs are featured at a concert supporting education and relief efforts in Africa.
The legendary big band of swing presents a tribute to Frank Sinatra at Powell Symphony Hall. The St. Louis show is a stop on the band’s world tour.
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