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Events in St. Louis this September

Events in St. Louis this September

St. Louis is a great place to be this September. There are so many great events in St. Louis this September, that it’s difficult to choose which festival or gathering to attend. As home builders in the greater St. Louis area, we know how important community is and these events celebrate a diverse and unique community. From food trucks, to beer to the renaissance festival, there are just so many great events to choose from. Get out and enjoy all that this great city has to offer before it’s too cold for outdoor festivals.

Events in St. Louis this September

Flora Borealis at the Missouri Botanical Garden

When: September 6th, 2018
Where: Missouri Botanical Garden
4344 Shaw Blvd
St. Louis, MO

Beginning at dusk each night, Flora Borealis visitors will embark on a 1-mile journey through iconic Garden locations transformed through a combination of lights, moving images, and sounds that bring the Garden to life like never before.

Doors Open at 6 p.m. for all ticket holders to stroll Garden grounds until sunset, explore our Biergarten, and enjoy family-friendly activities before your Flora Borealis experience begins.

Saint Louis Art Fair

When: September 7th– 9th, 2018
Where: Downtown Clayton
Forsyth and Central
Clayton, MO

Cultural Festivals was founded in 1994 by a group of passionate art enthusiasts who wanted to breathe life into the cultural landscape of St. Louis. The organization began under the official name “The Saint Louis Art Fair” and aimed to showcase high-end visual art and stimulating live performances.

The Art Fair Sourcebook has ranked the our Art Fair in the top ten art fairs and festivals to visit. In 2001, due to the popularity of the live musical performances at the Art Fair, the organization decided to create a second event dedicated specifically to jazz musicians. Thus, the Jazz Fest was born, and with it, a new organization name that better encompassed its growing mission to bring a variety of cultural events to the St. Louis community–Cultural Festivals.

LouFest 2018

Cancelled. Follow #InLieuFest on social media for make-up events.

When: September 8thand 9th, 2018
Where: Forest Park
5595 Grand Drive
St. Louis, MO

Forest Park will be rockin’ as 30+ bands perform across four stages. The Lineup includes Robert Plant and the Sensational Space Shifters, Modest Mouse, The Head and the Heart, Kacey Musgraves, Gary Clark Jr. , Michael McDonald, T-Pain and many others. With art markets, the Loukidz stage, photogenic spaces, and food and drink handpicked from local restaurants and vendors, there’s plenty to do for the whole family.

St. Louis Symphony in Forest Park

When: September 12th, 2018
Where: Art Hill in Forest Park
Fine Arts Drive in Forest Park
St. Louis, MO

Experience a night under the stars at our 50th annual FREE Forest Park Concert at the base of Art Hill. Enjoy a beautiful evening as the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra performs classical favorites. No tickets are required for this event.

Pack a picnic, grab a blanket and relax with family and friends at the base of Art Hill. Mark your calendar for one of St. Louis’ favorite musical events of the year. Stay afterwards for the impressive firework display.

Taste of St. Louis

When: September 14th– 16th, 2018
Where: Chesterfield Amphitheater
631 Veteran’s Place Drive
Chesterfield, MO

The 14th annual, award-winning Taste of St. Louis is free to attend at the Chesterfield Amphitheater.

Friday, September 14, 2018 4pm – 10pm
Saturday, September 15, 2018 11am – 10pm
Sunday, September 16, 2018 11am – 7pm

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*Food for Restaurant Row can be purchased directly from food booths with cash. Many restaurant booths and all beverage bars take credit cards, and ATMs are located onsite.

Sauce Food Truck Friday

When: September 14th, 2018
Where: Tower Grove Park
4256 Magnolia Avenue
St. Louis, MO

The 8th Annual Food Truck Fridays is Presented by Sauce Magazine is back for another great season! This is a family friendly event with PLENTY of good food, fun and friends! Come out and enjoy the park.

St. Louis Renaissance Festival

When: September 15thto October 14th, 2018
Where: Rotary Park
2577 West Meyer Road
Wentzville, MO

St. Louis Renaissance Faire at Rotary Park in Wentzville, Saturdays and Sundays, September 15th through October 14th. The St. Louis Renaissance Faire is a “living history” event that recreates a 16th century village in Renaissance France. Visitors will enjoy artisan demonstrations of crafts and goods using period skills, jousting knights, strolling minstrels, performances on nine stages, all done by a costumed cast of re-enactors! There are children activities and shows, as well. Food and drink are in abundance. An admission fee is charged per person. FREE Parking. Rain or Shine. See website to purchase advanced tickets.

Love Beer Festival

When: September 15th, 2018
Where: Anheuser-Busch Brewery & Biergarten
12thand Lynch Streets
St. Louis, MO

For the first time ever, the Anheuser-Busch St. Louis Brewery will host a festival to celebrate great beer and the passionate people who brew it. The celebration, dubbed Love Beer Festival, is a free, family-friendly event open to all beer lovers, giving the St. Louis community a chance to explore their craft beer curiosities and enjoy classic lagers.

5th Annual South Grand Fall Fest

When: September 15th, 2018
Where: Ritz Park
3147 S Grand Blvd
St. Louis, MO

South Grand Fall Fest returns to St. Louis on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018. The annual event, now in its fifth year, will include more than 60 retail vendors and community organizations, as well as craft activities perfect for families.

During South Grand Fall Fest, businesses located on the boulevard will offer varying specials, discounts and entertainment. Craft activities will feature hands-on DIY activities from art experts like Artscope and Tower Grove East Prep Academy. While this is aimed at families, at least one project will be for grown-up crafters who would like to get creative during the festival. Games will include outdoor favorites for attendees of all ages such as gigantic Jenga, life-sized Connect Four and bing bag toss.

South Grand Fall Fest attendees can enjoy shopping and dining options located on Juniata Street, Connecticut Street, Wyoming Street and Humphrey Street off of South Grand Boulevard, as well as ongoing entertainment in Ritz Park.

The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival

When: September 21st– 23rd, 2018
Where: Soulard Market Park
730 Carroll Street
St. Louis, MO

Take in the sizzling sounds of Hispanic music with live Latino bands playing a variety of music on the premier concert stage including salsa, merengue, latin rock, percussion, cumbia and bachata.

The Hispanic Festival mission is to help increase regional awareness of the spectrum of cultural contributions made by Hispanic musicians, dancers, artisans, and chefs.  This also serves to preserve these vibrant traditions and to educate the next generation/s, including the examples of Latin American children who have come to the United States through adoption and who otherwise might not experience these art forms.

Oktoberfest St. Louis 2018

When: September 28thto 30th, 2018
Where: Urban Chestnut Midtown Brewery and Biergarten
3229 Washington Avenue
St. Louis, MO

Urban Chestnut Brewing Company’s (UCBC) annual Oktoberfest St. Louis returns for its eighth year at its Midtown Brewery & Biergarten. The three-day festival begins Friday, Sept. 28, and runs through Sunday, Sept. 30.

The theme for this year’s celebration is Biergarten to Big Top. The free-to-attend festival will feature a full lineup of rock, blues, polka and oompah-thumping music on two stages as well as performances throughout the festival by members of  Circus Flora.

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