"I’m so looking forward to playing. I’m from The Lou, and I’m proud. Almost everyone in my band is from St. Louis, and we’re really going to rock it out."
In September, The Sheldon Concert Hall will partner with hip-hop group Illphonics to curate a new concert series dedicated to highlighting musical talents in the city.
We zoomed in on the Delmar Loop to bring you five indie concerts you don’t want to miss in September, from the pensive and intimate to the raucous and expansive.
Date Night on a Blues Cruise? Gateway Arch Welcomes Visitors to Hop Aboard Its Specialty Cruise Line
All cruises take place on the historic 19th-century paddle-wheel riverboats that were brought to the riverfront in 1964.
Now in its ninth year, LouFest is its own community, with shopping, arts, beer, cocktails and food for more than 60,000 music-lovers mingling across a beautiful outdoor setting in Forest Park.
An insider’s look at the Festival of Nations.
You’ve undoubtedly heard the work of musician and composer Scott Joplin, whose iconic compositions “The Entertainer” and the familiar “Maple Leaf Rag” are both celebrated pieces that solidified [...]
St. Louis Gets its Own Edition of ‘West Side Story’—Starring Young Actors Who May Understand It Best
COCA’s cast of young St. Louisans has grown up in the epicenter of an intense conversation about how young bodies are meant to move through our troubled and often violent world. That powerful [...]