Places To Beat the Heat While In St. Louis
Yes, St. Louis can get very hot in the summer. There are also some spectacular outdoor events throughout the year. You can also take a float tour. These are the top summer events, and how you can enjoy them. –Rosalind Earhart
The City Museum is located at 750 North 16th Street (314-231-1009). It’s cooler when it’s nighttime. City Nights will take place on seven nights in the summer on the museum’s rooftop. However, you can also slide down, ride on the Ferris Wheel, or stand beneath a praying Mantis. For more information, visit citymuseum.org Rosalind Early
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World naked bike rides are a must-see in summer.
While you’re riding around the Grove, you don’t need to be dressed up. The World Naked Bike Ride will take place on Saturday, July 30th. This is a great way for shy people to feel more at ease in a crowd.
Your favorite clothes can be worn! Your favorite clothes can be worn! Many people wear body paints and costumes. Your safety is your responsibility. Many people ignore the safety restrictions in St. Louis law and will go to great lengths for their safety.
Many people attend the after-party, which stretches for more than a mile.
The World Naked Bike Ride starts in the Grove (Manchester Avenue Sarah and Talmage), www.wnbrstl.org. The event begins at 4 p.m. and will include a costume contest. The ride begins at 6 p.m. Street celebrations continue until 11:15 pm. Devin Thomas O’Shea
The Most Popular Place to See a Premiere
This summer, the Muny presents two new shows. The Color Purple and Sweeney Todd.
Are you a fan of sharp objects and cannibalism? Sweney Todd: Fleet Street’s Demon Barber shows us the bizarre life and times of a barber who seeks revenge upon a wrongfully convicted man and then transports him back to America to marry and be a judge.
The long-awaited Muny debut will be marked by the Color Purple Original Broadway production that received 11 Tony Awards nominations and was awarded two Tonys in 2006. Based on Alice Walker’s novel, the show is called “Celie”. The story follows Celie, who is subjected to abuse by her father and husband before finding a new way of living.
Sweeney Todd will be performing at the Muny (1 Theatre Drive; 314-361-1900 Muny.org) from Saturday, July 16 through Friday, July 22. Shows begin at 8 p.m. and prices range from $14-$155. Tickets are free. –Devin Thomas O’Shea
The Best Place to Make An End-of-Summer Memo
Are you looking for an event that will cap off summer 2022 Music at Intersection is a packed concert that celebrates St. Louis’ cultural heritage and artistic heritage. There is nothing better than the scent of food trucks in your air and the sounds of music. No, there’s not.
The Intersection will temporarily close Grand Center Arts District blocks to allow music. The event will last two days. Other acts include Erykah Badu, Murphy Lee, Hiatus Kaiyote, and Kyjuan Of St. Lunatics.
Sunday, September 11th, Gary Clark Jr. headlines. Chris Hansen is the Kranzberg Arts Foundation executive director. He said that in addition to blues, and jazz, which was the mainstay of last season’s festival, there are also local and national acts from all genres, such as soul, R&B, and indie rock. The festival’s outdoor space will allow attendees to enjoy local entertainment and food as well as shop from local vendors. They can buy tickets with their favorite artists like Buddy Guy, Erykah Badu or The Urge and have access to an amazing, dynamic, and urban music experience. We hope they have a great time.
You can purchase a ticket for one day or a weekend pass. VIP access can be granted to high-end clients at Sophie’s Artist Lounge.
Hansen stated that the festival aims to be more accessible, varied, and multi-dimensional every year. Along with the Regional Arts Center, the Steward Family Foundation, and Kranzberg Arts Foundation, the Kranzberg Arts Foundation has been a major supporter. Tickets for Intersection music start from $79 and can go up to $650. –Devin Thomas O’Shea