Tickets & Events in Saint Louis

$12 for One Ticket to a St. Louis Cardinals Game at Busch Stadium on September 1 ($18.80 Value). Two Seating Options.

St. Louis Cardinals vs. Pittsburgh Pirates

Busch Stadium

$18.80 $12

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The Cards take on Pittsburgh on the heels of a victorious home stretch that's seen them come within two games of being division leaders

The Fresh Beat Band: Greatest Hits Live at Peabody Opera House on Friday, November 28 (Up to 40% Off)

The Fresh Beat Band: Greatest Hits Live

Peabody Opera House

$47.20 $28.50

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Nick Jr. musical quartet take the stage for an autumn concert

The Voice Tour at Peabody Opera House on July 20 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 54% Off)

The Voice Tour

Peabody Opera House

$76.50 $35

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Up-and-coming performers seen on NBC's singing competition The Voice cover pop, country, rock, and soul favorites

Bosnia vs. Ivory Coast Soccer Match at Edward Jones Dome on Friday, May 30, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 40% Off)

Road to Brazil: Bosnia vs. Ivory Coast

Edward Jones Dome

$70.50 $42

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Two weeks before the World Cup kicks off, 2014 contenders Bosnia-Herzegovina and Ivory Coast square off at Edward Jones Dome

Hard Rock Legends Summer Kick-Off Party feat. Bret Michaels, Quiet Riot, Vixen & Planet Granite (Up to 47% Off)

Hard Rock Legends Summer Kick-Off party feat. Bret Michaels, Quiet Riot, Vixen, & Planet Granite

Jefferson Barracks Veterans Memorial Amphitheater

$37.75 $20

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Hair-metal icons celebrate summer with blistering hits such as "Nothing But a Good Time" and "Cum On Feel the Noize"

Live Bands, Beer, Mug, and Pretzel at Soulard Oktoberfest, October 10, 11, or 12 (Up to 56% Off)

Soulard Oktoberfest

Soulard

$25 $13

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Revelers gather in Soulard to celebrate at one of Midwest's largest Oktoberfests, with live bands bratwurst, German pretzels, and beer

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St. Louis Shakespeare was initially founded as a summer festival that showcased Shakespearean plays and other classics. Today the company presents three Shakespeare plays and one non-Shakespeare play per season, and, since 1995, has toured kid-friendly adaptations of its shows to children and adults who hate big words.

3610 Grandel Sq
Saint Louis,
MO
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Since its founding in 2009, Missouri Ballet Theatre has tackled some of the most beloved compositions—from the A Midsummer Night's Dream to Cinderella. Its founder and artistic director, Adam Sage, has seen more than 20 years of stage performance on four continents, including stints with the Hong Kong Ballet, Ballet Philippines, and California Ballet. Today Sage uses his choreographic prowess and master-teacher status to expand the horizons of youth, leading classes and guiding youngsters onstage with professionals during yearly performances of The Nutcracker.

6445 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis,
MO
US

The classically focused Alexandra Ballet entertains audiences with a well-rounded dance diet ranging from contemporary original pieces to traditional masterworks. The company’s agile dancers have pirouetted their way to uproarious applause in past performances that include The Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake, and Peter and the Wolf. Since 2003, the company has enriched the community through its educational-outreach programs, which provide youngsters with free learning materials and ballet performances throughout the school year.

1 University Boulevard
St. Louis,
MO
US

A group of gals celebrating a bachelorette party rambunctiously capers into Consuming Kinetics Dance Company’s studio. They’re here to learn some steamy moves in the Sexy Fit class, one of the many classes that promises to put its attendees’ energy to work, as required by the Human Energy Labor Law Act of 1999. The carefully choreographed patterns, transitions, and movements come from the minds of a talented team of seasoned dancers—which features a choreologist and a repetiteur, among others. They meticulously craft each class routine, whether getting bodies moving in Zumba, Modern, Hip Hop/Breaking, Pop Ballet, or Contemporary Jazz classes. In addition to these fun and challenging adult classes, the troupe also stages kids and teen classes at the Center of Clayton.

5617 Pershing Avenue
St. Louis,
MO
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No Name Comix was founded in late 2012 by Marquise Moore, Jack Merrywell, H.D. Reeves, and Ben Flug––a quartet of local comedians looking for a new outlet to spread good cheer and bad puns. No Name Comix directs the limelight at neighborhood talent during open mics on every Thursday night, as well as weekend shows that typically feature headliners from right around the corner. Bespeaking the founders’ can-do attitude, the club is furnished with an array of up-cycled materials, including car seats repurposed into normal chairs.

2637 Cherokee St.
St. Louis,
MO
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St. Louis County Parks and Recreation awakens the active side in community members with a bevy of sites and facilities dedicated to sports, outdoor exploration, and kid-friendly fun. Families splash away the summer heat with trips to the pool at the Kennedy Recreation Complex or the St. Vincent Community Center water park, where adults can swim laps in two 25-yard lanes while tykes descend an open water slide and practice their manners at underwater tea parties. The six recreation complexes serve as hubs for everything from fitness classes to ice-skating, and offer a diverse blend of indoor and outdoor activities. For more relaxing amusement, the stewards of the parks and recreation department maintain multiple museums and historic sites as well as outdoor trails, where voyagers can get in touch with nature and add to their collection of acorns that resemble former presidents.

6050 Wells Road
St. Louis,
MO
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