7 Things To Do This Weekend: June 8-12
Looking for something to do this weekend? Look no further.
1/ Music + Wine Festival
Pair your glass of wine with a night of music and entertainment at the City of Clayton’s annual Music + Wine Festival.
Ready for incredible musical performances by musicians from all over the country? Look no further than Twangfest. The festival works to preserve and promote the tradition and culture of Americana music. Don’t miss out on the country event happening June 8-11. Tickets on sale now.
3/ “Shalimar the Clown”
Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts
Shalimar and his beloved Boonyi grow up together in a pastoral Kashmiri village, making people laugh as acrobats and dancers in a traditional folk theater. They fall in love, but when the new American ambassador meets Boonyi, he seduces her and leads Shalimar down a dangerous path of revenge.
4/ Union Studio Sidewalk Sale
Head to Union Studio this weekend for the Union Studio Sidewalk Sale. From 10am to 2pm, more than 10 artists will be set up outside selling discounted supplies, raw materials, packaging, one-off product and more. Come meet some of that talented folks behind the work at Union Studio and stock up for your summer arts and crafts.
5/ 10th Annual St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival
Under the Gateway Arch
The 10th Annual St. Louis Brewers Heritage Festival features more than 100 styles of beer from over 40-plus STL-based breweries, as well as exclusive brewery collaborations and home brew club tastings, live music and great food all in an idyllic setting beneath the Gateway Arch along the Mississippi River.
6/ Silent St. Louis Launch Party
The Kitchen Sink
On June 11, head to The Kitchen Sink for the Silent St. Louis Launch Party. From 9pm-1am, try out three different DJs ranging from EDM to hip-hop with headphones provided.
7/ Party on the Hill
The World’s Fair Pavilion
Save the date for Party on Art Hill, an evening under the stars to benefit St. Louis’ only free professional theatre company. Head to The World’s Fair Pavilion on Sunday, June 12 for cocktails and a seated dinner. Along with a spectacular view of Forest Park, guests will enjoy reserved VIP seating and complimentary reserved parking at the Festival for the performance of Shakespeare’s comedy, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Proceeds will directly benefit the Festival’s work in the Schools, in the Streets, and in the Park.