5pm - midnight, free
Friday & Saturday at 8pm, Sunday at 6pm - $22 admission
8:30pm - 11pm, $5 admission / FREE for Lindy Hop STL Members
6pm show, $10
8pm show, $20
A native of St. Louis, Mara Bollini has had the privilege of singing and dancing her way across stages throughout the area for decades.
7pm doors / 7:30pm show, $10
Ryan Hurtgen is a songwriter and composer of the progressive rock band Perfect Beings. The band debuted in 2013 and their albums have since been hailed as modern progressive rock masterpieces. Hurtgen will be giving an intimate performance of his work on solo piano at the Kranzberg Arts Center.
7:30pm doors / 8pm show, $10
STL Sketchpad is a monthly sketch comedy show produced by local St. Louis comedy writers. A different group of people gather together each month, start with just an idea and by show time deliver a full sketch comedy show experience.
5pm - midnight, free
FREE music festival!
Friday, July 15th, 5pm to Midnight
St. Louis Area Rock & Roots Performers
7pm doors / 8pm show, $15 admission
7pm doors / 8pm show, $10
Cora Camille announces her album release “Dreaming of Cairo” in which she collaborated with Hossam Ramzy, Egypt’s “Ambassador of Rhythm” and the world’s leading name in Egyptian dance music, and with Phil Thornton from the United Kingdom who is recognized worldwide with over 2 million in sales for his solo ambient albums.
various dates & times
Upstream Theater is proud to present this production in conjunction with the inaugural St. Louis Tennessee Williams Festival.
7pm doors / 8pm show, $20
Trumpter, Kasimu Taylor and friends pay tribute to the birth of hometown hero, Miles Davis.
6/18: Robbie's House of Jazz presents "New World Harmonica Jazz " feat. Sandy Weltman & Carolbeth True
7:30pm, $10 advance / $15 at the door
New World Harmonica Jazz plays a real mix of various Latin styles, blues, seldom heard bebop/swing tunes featuring Sandy on diatonic harmonicas with the backing of a strong rhythm section.
Free and open to the public (reservation recommended)
St. Louis veterans and family members share their stories through the Telling Project collaboration, Telling: St. Louis. Local military veterans and their families use theatre to tell their communities about their experiences. The project aims to ease veterans’ transitions, give communities an opportunity to benefit from the skills and experience that veterans bring home, and deepen the understanding and connection between veterans and the communities in which they live.