7 Things To Do In St. Louis This Weekend: Oct. 28-30

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Looking for something to do in St. Louis this weekend?

1/ Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade in The Loop
Oct. 30
Delmar Loop
Bring your furry friends to the Delmar Loop on Sunday, Oct. 30 for the Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade, an hour-long parade featuring prizes awarded in six different categories. Attendees are also able to take part in the Pumpkin Decorating Station and trick-or-treat throughout The Loop.

2/ SLAM Underground: Inked
Oct. 28
Saint Louis Art Museum
Visit the Saint Louis Art Museum on Friday, Oct. 28 for the latest installment of SLAM Underground. This time, the focus is on all things print. Featuring dancing, a cash bar, an artist talk, movie trivia and much more, this event is free to attend.

3/ Freakshow at Ballpark Village
Oct. 29
Ballpark Village
In collaboration with Johnnie Brock’s Dungeon, Ballpark Village presents “Freakshow,” a creepy carnival-themed party that promises to be St. Louis’ biggest Halloween bash. The event features a costume contest with a $5,000 prize package, live entertainment and an all-inclusive drink package. Learn more about Halloween in St. Louis.

4/ St. Louis Brewers Guild 2016 Halloween Party
Oct. 29
Lafayette Park
Join the St. Louis Brewers Guild in Lafayette Park on Saturday, Oct. 29 for an afternoon of Halloween celebration including beer, live music, food, wild costumes, fortune telling and more. Each ticket includes a commemorative tasting glass and unlimited samples from local breweries. Attendees must be 21 years of age.

5/ Umphrey’s McGee
Oct. 29-30
The Pageant
Stopping by for a two-night performance, Indiana-based jam band Umphrey’s McGee play a two-night stand at the Pageant on Saturday, Oct. 29, and Sunday, Oct. 30. Both individual and two-night tickets are available.

6/ Tenacious Eats Presents “Hocus Pocus”
Oct. 29
Tenacious Eats
Join Tenacious Eats on Saturday, Oct. 29 for a special presentation of the 1993 classic comedy-horror film “Hocus Pocus,” including food and cocktails. Attendees are encouraged to show up at 4pm for live music, while the first course is served when the film begins at 5:30pm. Tickets are $75 and include a five-course meal and five cocktails. Read our interview with Tenacious Eats chef Liz Schuster.

7/ Poetic Justice — October
Oct. 30
2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center
On the final Sunday of each month, Poetic Justice Open Mic at 2720 Cherokee Performing Arts Center hosts an organic session of positive energy, dynamic poetry and amazing vibes. Hosted by Corey Black with sounds provided by Black Spade, this event kicks off at 7:30pm.

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