We Went Blues Day is returning June 12! The annual tradition celebrates the Blues’ first Stanley Cup Championship in 2019 by sharing thrilling memories and volunteering in the community. This year, the hockey team also will host its inaugural Blues Trivia Night at Enterprise Center to benefit Blues For Kids.
Tickets can be purchased at stlouisblues.com/trivia.

Join the fight against Parkinson’s Disease while enjoying organ music. Pipes for Parkinson’s is July 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Holy Infant Catholic Church. While the organ concert is free to attend, donations will be accepted for the American Parkinson’s Disease Association.

The Gateway Korea Foundation and Saint Louis Art Museum are partnering for the 11th annual DanO Spring Festival on June 28. The traditional Korean holiday marks the end of the spring sowing season, and the nonprofit celebrates it with a free educational lecture on Korean art and culture. This year’s special guest is Dr. Soyang Park, who will present “Ways of Seeing: South Korea’s Social Realism.” The event is free to the public, but guests are encouraged to reserve tickets at gateway-korea.org/dano.

The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis, is getting a refresh! The hotel’s Lobby Reimagination Project will enhance the interior of the entrance, reception area, retail store, guest elevator landings, Lobby Lounge bar, Sushi Bar and grand staircase. Helmed by Parker-Torres Design, the project is anticipated to be completed in the early fall.

Pride StL

The Missouri History Museum newest exhibit, Gateway to Pride, delves into the vibrant and often overlooked and excluded narrative of LGBTQIA+ individuals in St. Louis. Opening June 8 and running through July 6, 2025, it marks the first-ever full-scale exhibit dedicated to St. Louis’ LGBTQIA+ community, offering visitors an opportunity to explore this rich history through five curated sections. Learn more at mohistory.org.

Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis and the Pulitzer Arts Foundation are celebrating Pride with a dance party and musical spectacle this weekend! On June 7, Faeded will offer performances at both museums and in their shared courtyard. The main stage will feature legendary local artist Maxi Glamour.
The event is free and open to the public.

PrideSTL has announced the headlining acts for PrideFest 2024. On June 29, hometowner Slayyyter will hit the stage, and the day willwrap up with the Grammy-winning synth-pop artist DAYA. The next day Crystal Waters, known as the Queen of House Music, and Broadway and TV star Toderick Hall will perform. For more information, visit pridestl.org.