Things to Do in the Lou June 2024

Summer is officially here and we can't wait to explore everything St. Louis has to offer this month. From parades to pickles, there is a little something for everyone, so get out there and have fun!

Webster Art Fair 

June 7 – 9 : Eden Theological Seminary

This three-day fine arts and crafts fair features 93 artists from all over the country, along with local music and food vendors and free hands-on art activities for all ages.

Central West End Cocktail Party

June 8 : Central West End

Many people claim that the first cocktail party on record was held in the Central West End in 1917. Every year, the St. Louis neighborhood pays tribute to the important anniversary by celebrating in style. This year, expect music, aerial performers, fire dancers, unicyclists and cocktails, of course.

Clayton Music and Wine Festival

June 8 : Downtown Clayton

Enjoy an elegant event of wine, music, and endless entertainment at the Clayton Music and Wine Festival. Admission is free, and wine and food will be available for purchase. Attracting close to 4,000 people annually, the Music and Wine Festival is one of Clayton's most popular events outside of the St. Louis Art Fair. We look forward to seeing you there!

Route 66 Festival

June 8 : Downtown Kirkwood

The festival's theme of "Cars and Guitars" speaks to the rich transportation and music history of the region. Live music and vintage vehicles will anchor this outdoor event. Most of Downtown Kirkwood’s numerous stores, locally owned boutiques, and restaurants will be open during the event. Festival activities will be located on North Kirkwood Road and on the two blocks of Jefferson that intersect Kirkwood Road.

Sue: The T. Rex Experience

Opens June 8 : Saint Louis Science Center

See the famous SUE without making the trip to Chicago when SUE: The T. rex Experience arrives at the Saint Louis Science Center this month. The immersive experience includes casts of the prehistoric predator and her nemesis, the Triceratops, as well as multimedia experiences exploring SUE's world and paleontology. 

Juneteenth Celebration Delmar Loop

June 15 : Delmar Loop

Juneteenth is an essential commemoration of freedom. To reflect and celebrate, the Delmar Loop will host a special event featuring an energizing 5K run/walk in the morning, a fair with art, retail, food and drink vendors in the afternoon and a spectacle with live music and a car show in the evening.

Das Bevo’s 107th Backyard Birthday Bash

June 15: Bevo Mill

Your favorite South City windmill is turning 107, and we’re having a backyard birthday bash! Join us in the Biergarten June 15th for food, drinks, shopping, live music and other bday festivities.

Pickle Palooza

June 15 : 601 Clark Avenue

Get dilly with us, Pickle Palooza is back and better than ever! This sweet & sour event is taking over the Together Credit Union Plaza and Sports & Social at Ballpark Village! Featuring live bands, local pickle vendors, featured pickle themed food and drink menus.

The Muny

Forest Park : Opens June 17

For more than 105 years, The Muny has filled Forest Park with the sounds of Broadway. For its 106th season, The Muny will delight audiences with Les Misérables, June 17 to 23. For a full list of the season, visit the


June 29-30 : Downtown St. Louis

Join the largest annual pride festival in St. Louis, featuring one of the largest parades in the country, a variety of vendors, and performances from local and national acts.  

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