7 Things To Do This Weekend: May 18-22

 In Culture

Need something to do this weekend? Look no further.


Photo courtesy of CAM

1/ 8th International Dine Around
May 19
South Grand
Prepare to eat your way around the world within six blocks on South Grand. Now in its 8th year, the progressive dinner features 14 different countries to choose from, is $30 in advance ($35 the day of) for your choice of an appetizer, entrée, dessert, drink and a bonus wild card to choose another course besides the entrée.

2/ IndiHop 2016
May 21
Multiple Locations
Enjoy performances by live musicians, artists, and street performers while you bring your IndiHop tasting glass from venue to venue, sampling up to 50 of St. Louis’ independently brewed beers. A shuttle will also be available to take you between participating businesses on Cherokee Street and in The Grove.

3/ “Green Air”
May 21-Aug. 14
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis
Summer’s in the air at CAM. Head to the opening of “Green Air” by Nomad Studio on Friday and be surrounded by a living canopy of thousands of air plants.

4/ Scavenge Through the Night
May 21
Laumeier Sculpture Park
Join Laumeier Sculpture Park for a scavenger stye, family-friendly hunt to explore the artwork at night. After the hunt, guests can enjoy lemonade and dessert with prizes awarded to the successful teams.

5/ Zine + Comic Expo
May 21
South City Art Supply
Calling all artists. Head to South City Art Supply to trade, sell and buy work from locals.

6/ KDHX Fest
May 22
The Stage at KDHX
KDHX is hosting a party and St. Louis is invited. Sponsored by New Belgium Brewing, KDHXFest will feature live performances from nine local bands, DJ sets, food trucks, a beer tent and more all in the heart of Grand Center.

7/ La Bohème
May 21-June 25
Loretto-Hilton Center of The Performing Arts
One of the most performed operas of all time, “La Bohème” is heading to Loretto-Hilton this week. Rodolfo and his friends scrape by as bohemian artists, using wit and charm to escape life’s harsh realities. Experience young love and loss in Paris with the opera that inspired the hit musical “Rent.”

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