7 Things To Do This Weekend: July 27-31

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Need something to do this weekend? Look no further.


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1/ STL Craft Beer Week
July 30-Aug. 7
Multiple locations
Calling all beer-lovers! Celebrate local beer, while also having the opportunity to learn more about the STL local beer scene and history. Check out the St. Louis Craft Beer Week website for information on the areas and restaurants that are participating in this event.

2/ Ray LaMontagne
July 27
Peabody Opera House
Grammy Award-winner Ray LaMontagne will be performing at the Peabody Opera House as part of his North American Tour to promote his newest album, “Ouroboros.”

3/ “Memphis”
July 29-30
Edison Theatre
Join COCA in their presentation of the musical classic, “Memphis.” Experience soulful music and dancing, stuck-in-your-head songs, and an overall rocking tale filled with so much laughter.

4/ Opening Reception for Summer Exhibitions
July 29
Pulitzer Arts Foundation
Join Pulitzer Arts Foundation for the public reception celebrating the opening of three new exhibitions, which took on the challenge of bringing new life and diversity to conventional art forms.

5/ 4th Annual Dumpster Pool Party
July 30
The Fortune Teller Bar
It’s back again! Spend the day in the heart of Cherokee at the Fortune Teller Bar, experiencing fun that will never stop. The day will include popping music from a DJ, mouthwatering backyard barbecue, Schlafly beer specials and some amazing giveaways.

6/ Jackal Fest
July 30-31
Atomic Cowboy
Brother Lee and the Leather Jackals present 2016 Jackal Fest. The event begins at noon and continues until 2am. Enjoy live music from more than 13 bands and creative vendors and crafters.

7/ Yolklore’s Grand Opening
July 31
Don’t miss out on the chance to celebrate the grand opening of Yolklore. Three friends, all who have spent their lives in the restaurant/food industry, take on the challenge of opening a fast and casual breakfast and brunch restaurant in the heart of Crestwood.

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