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Fair Saint Louis Returns to Forest Park with Free Concerts on Art Hill
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), June 26, 2016 - America's Biggest Birthday Party, Fair Saint Louis, will return to Forest Park as Art Hill welcomes the 36th annual Fair Saint Louis from Saturday, July 2, through Monday, July 4, 2016.

"We have been hard at work to make this year's Fair Saint Louis an incredible experience for our guests," said Steve Pozaric, general chairman of Fair Saint Louis 2016. "As we work alongside the St. Louis City Police and Fire Departments, the City of St. Louis and Forest Park Forever to ensure that Fair Saint Louis is a safe and memorable event, we encourage fairgoers to arrive at the Fair early to enjoy its many events and activities. Everyone should be conscious of the weather, and plan accordingly by staying hydrated and wearing sunscreen."

SATURDAY, JULY 2
1:55 pm - Show-Me Country (135th Army Country & Western Band) on the Budweiser Stage
3:25 pm - Mo Pitney on the Budweiser Stage
5:30 pm - LOCASH on the Budweiser Stage
7:00 pm - Bobby Bones And The Raging Idiots on the Budweiser Stage
8:45 pm - Lee Brice on the Budweiser Stage
10:05 pm - Enterprise Rent-A-Car/Edward Jones Fireworks

SUNDAY, JULY 3
3:10 pm - Fire for Effect (135th Army Rock & Pop Band) on the Budweiser Stage
4:40 pm - Cowboy Mouth on the Budweiser Stage
6:25 pm - Eddie Money on the Budweiser Stage
8:25 pm - Sammy Hagar and The Circle Featuring Michael Anthony, Jason Bonham and Vic Johnson on the Budweiser Stage
10:00 pm - Enterprise Rent-A-Car/Edward Jones Fireworks

MONDAY, JULY 4
3:10 pm - Dirty Muggs on the Budweiser Stage
4:40 pm - Here Come the Mummies on the Budweiser Stage
6:25 pm - George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic on the Budweiser Stage
8:10 pm - Flo Rida on the Budweiser Stage
9:30 pm - Enterprise Rent-A-Car/Edward Jones Fireworks

The Fair Saint Louis gates in Forest Park open each day at 1 p.m. Popular family-friendly Fair Saint Louis events and attractions such as the zip line ($10 for riders), demonstrations by the Lake Saint Louis Water Ski Club, Salute to the Troops military appreciation event, the Ameren/Purina Family Festival Zone, and the Purina Pro Plan Performance Team all return for 2016. Fireworks presented by Enterprise Rent-A-Car and Edward Jones will cap off each night.

New events to this year's Fair include: The Fairway, a unique shopping experience that invites regional artisans and vendors to sell their products to fairgoers; a human slingshot thrill ride ($30 for riders); and a nighttime performance by the Golden Knights, the United States Army's elite aerial parachuting demonstration team, immediately following the Lee Brice concert on July 2. Anheuser-Busch's Buds and Burgers sampling will take place each night from 2 to 7 p.m. on Lagoon Drive, while supplies last (must be 21 and older).


MetroLink, Biking and Walking to Fair Saint Louis
ST. LOUIS, MO, (SLFP.com), June 26, 2016 - America's Biggest Birthday Party, Fair Saint Louis, will return to Forest Park as Art Hill welcomes the 36th annual Fair Saint Louis from Saturday, July 2, through Monday, July 4, 2016.

As Fair Saint Louis nears, guests are urged to plan ahead and arrive early to get the most out of the family event.

On-street parking is not allowed in Forest Park during the Fair. Fairgoers should be mindful of street closures in and around Forest Park throughout the weekend.

MetroLink, biking and walking continue to be great options for getting to and from the Fair. MetroLink riders can access the Fair via Forest Park-DeBaliviere and Skinker stations, both of which are in close proximity to the entrance to the Fair.

Two bike valets and one bike self-park locations are available at Fair Saint Louis this year. Fairgoers can catch a cab at the dedicated Taxi Stand location on Skinker at Forsyth. Two free internal Forest Park bus shuttles will start each day at 12:30 p.m. and run in the park. A fee-based golf cart shuttle service will be available within Forest Park for fairgoers who need a little help getting to the fairgrounds once they have arrived at Forest Park (available until 11 p.m.).

Fairgoers are reminded that the Schnucks Freedom 4 Miler, organized in conjunction with the St. Louis Sports Commission, kicks off at Ballpark Village in Downtown St. Louis at 7 a.m on Saturday, July 2. The 134th Veiled Prophet Parade returns to its traditional location in the heart of Downtown St. Louis this year, starts at 9:30 a.m. on July 2.

For VP Parade information, see Special Events.

Concerts Venues in St. Louis
PLEASE NOTE: All events are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead to verify times, dates and admission costs.
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Argosy Casino
Alton, IL, 1-800-711-4263

BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups
700 S. Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102, 314-265-7576

Blueberry Hill
6504 Delmar, University City, MO, 314-727-4444

Ballpark Village
601 Clark Ave, St Louis, MO 63102, 314-345-9481

Carondelet Concerts in the Park
Free concerts in the three parks; 314-752-6339

Carondelet Park
3900 Holly Hills Blvd.
Sunday Nights | 6-8 pm
*August concerts begin at 5:30 PM
July 3, The KD Allen Band
July 10, Trip Daddy's
July 17, Retro Boogie Band
July 24, Big Shake Daddies
Jul 31, Funyky Butt Brass Band
August 7, Memories of Elvis
August 14, Miss Jubilee
August 21, Cornet Chop Suey

South St. Louis Square Park
7700 S. Broadway Avenue
Monday Nights | 7-9 pm
June 27, The Steamrollers

Fanetti Park
Michigan & Ivory
Tuesday Nights | 7-9 pm
July 12, Beth Bombara
July 19, Love Jones the Band
July 26, Letter to Memphis
August 2, Colonel Ford

Bellerive Park
5570 S. Broadway
Monday Nights | 7-9 pm
July 11, The Watershed Stream Band
July 18, Bug Tussel Bluegrass Band
July 25, Dennis Stroughttmatt et L'Esprit Creole
Aug 1, The Greer's

Chaifetz Arena
#1 South Compton Avenue, St. Louis, MO, 314-977-5000

October 7, I Love the 90s
October 29, NeedtoBreathe


Edison Theatre (Washington University)
Mallinckrodt Center, 6445 Forsyth Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63130
314-935-6543

Ethical Society of St. Louis
9001 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63117
314-991-0955

Fabulous Fox Theatre
527 N. Grand Ave., St. Louis, MO, 314-534-1111

July 30, Maks & Val
August 6, Shawn Mendes
August 17, Wilco


Family Arena
2002 South River Road, St. Charles, MO, 636-896-4200

July 20, Culture Club

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
14141 Riverport Dr., 314-298-9944

July 9, WayBack Pointfest
July 13, G-Easy & Logic
July 14, Kenny Chesney
July 16, Heart with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and Cheap Trick
July 17, Disturbed & Breaking Benjamin with alter Bridge & Saint Asonia
July 19, Weezer and Panic! at the Disco
July 21, New Edition
July 22, Jason Aldean
July 23, Carnival of Madness Tour featuring Shinedown
July 24, Goo Goo Dolls
July 27, Wans Warped tour
July 28, Rascal Flatts
July 30, Journey & the Doobie Brothers with Dave Mason
August 4, Slipknot
August 7, Brad Paisley
August 9, rob Zombie & Korn
August 10, Gwen Stefani
August 12, Dierks Bentley
August 17, Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa
August 19, 5 Seconds of Summer
August 24, DCX World Tour MMXVI
August 27, Def Leppard
September 10, Toby Keith Interstates & Tailgates Tour
September 17, Bryan Adams
September 28, Counting Crowd & Rob Thomas



Missouri Botanical Garden
4344 Shaw Blvd., 314-577-9400 or 1-800-642-8842

Whitaker Music Festival returns to the Missouri Botanical Garden for the 23rd year, offering a ten-week lineup of free Wednesday evening outdoor concerts. Pack a picnic supper and enjoy the beauty of the Garden grounds in summertime bloom as you listen to the grooves and rhythms of an eclectic rotation of artists from week to week. Free admission after 5 p.m.; All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Cohen Amphitheater; The Doris I. Schnuck Children's Garden also remains open late until 7 p.m. on concert evenings, with free admission after 5 p.m. and last entry is at 9 p.m. Free parking.

June 29: Saint Louis Social Club
July 6: Jay Farrar
July 13: Ptah Williams
July 20: Erin Bode
July 27: The Cree Rider Family Band
August 3: Joe Mancuso


Missouri History Museum
Lindell and DeBaliviere in Forest Park, 314-746-4599

Old Post Office Plaza
8th and Locust, 314-577-9400 or 1-800-642-8842

The Pageant
6161 Delmar, University City, MO, 314-726-6161

Peabody Opera House
1400 Market Street, 314-499-7600

July 27, Ray LaMontagne
October 21, Kansas
October 26, IL Divo


Powell Symphony Hall
718 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 314-533-2500

St. Louis Zoo
Forest Park, 314-781-0900

Scottrade Center
1401 Clark Ave., St. Louis, MO, 314-622-5400

July 21, Coldplay
July 30, Dolly Parton
August 2, Twenty One Pilots
August 5, Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas
October 3, Maroon 5


Sheldon Concert Hall
3648 Washington Ave., 314-533-9900 or 800-293-5949

Six Flags - St. Louis
4900 Six Flags Rd, Eureka, MO 63025, 636-938-4800

Union Station
18th & 20th Streets on Market, 314-421-6655

West Port Plaza
I-270 and Page, 314-576-2727

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