Events

HEC-TV provides an all-inclusive St. Louis calendar in order to promote our mission of “strengthening the education, arts, and cultural communities in the St. Louis metropolitan area.” It includes art openings, live music, educational events, and more.

If your non-profit venue, educational institution, or jazz group would like to be included on the HEC-TV events calendar – contact John Baker at john@hectv.org for jazz or amanda@hectv.org for all other events.

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  • June 1 | 11 AM - 5 PM

    Diego and Frida: A Smile in the Middle of the Way Copy

    3415 Olive St St. Louis - Midtown

    Diego and Frida: A Smile in the Middle of the Way, the new display at the International Photography Hall of Fame and Museum (3415 Olive Boulevard; www.iphf.org), exhibits an expansive gathering of formal and casual photos of the match. Incorporated into the display are pictures caught by Guillermo Kahlo (Frida's dad), Ansel Adams, muralist Lucien Bloch and productive Mexican picture taker Agustin Victor Casasola. Diego and Frida is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday (Saturday May 13, to Friday, August 4). Admission is $3 to $5.

  • June 1 | 7:00PM

    A Place Worth saving: The story of the central west end premiere

    MISSOURI HISTORY MUSEUM

    A Place Worth Saving: The Story of the Central West End records the epic local story of much loved St. Louis neighborhood.

  • June 1 | 10 AM - 5 PM

    Route 66: Main Street Through St. Louis Copy

    Lindell Boulevard and DeBaliviere Avenue

    Route 66: Main Street Through St. Louis, the new display at the Missouri History Museum, Recounts the narrative of the byway through roadside signs and gas pumps, noteworthy vehicles, transport visits and photos. Route 66 opens Saturday, June 25, and stays open through July 16, 2017. Admission is free.

  • June 1 | 5 - 10 PM

    Cinema at Citygarden Copy

    801 Market St St. Louis - Downtown

    Cinema at Citygarden invites filmmakers to create new projects to enter in a competition with "Nature" as this year's theme. A handful of filmmakers will screen from 5 to 10 p.m.

  • June 2 | 10 AM - 9 PM

    The Hats of Stephen Jones Copy

    1 Fine Arts Dr , Forest Park St. Louis - Forest Park

    The English milliner's hats have been worn by well known names, from Princess Diana to Lady Gaga. A choice of eight of his cutting edge caps are shown at the Saint Louis Art Museum

  • June 2 | 5 - 10 PM

    Cinema at Citygarden

    801 Market St St. Louis - Downtown

    Cinema at Citygarden invites filmmakers to create new projects to enter in a competition with "Nature" as this year's theme. A handful of filmmakers, will screen from 5 to 10 p.m.

  • June 2 | 4:30PM - 8:00PM

    DOG DAY FRIDAYS

    URBAN CHESTNUT BREWERY & BIERHALL (THE GROVE)

    Bring your family & furry friends to the east lawn at the Grove Brewery & Bierhall from 4:30 p.m.

  • June 3 | 7PM

    Gailey & Vincent

    The Grandel Theatre - 3610 Grandel Sq, St. Louis, MO. 63103

    $50 - $70 Dubbed by CMT as the “Rockstars of Bluegrass,” the Dailey & Vincent duo has been hailed throughout the music industry as one of the most exciting, reputable and elite Bluegrass bands in America, having won numerous awards for their uniquely contagious and riveting music, including: three Grammy Award Nominations for the 2014 “Bluegrass Album of the Year;” 14 IBMA Awards (International Bluegrass Music Awards) as three-time “Entertainer of the Year,” three-time “Vocal Group of the Year” and “Album of the Year” and four Dove Awards with three “Bluegrass Album of the Year” awards and “Bluegrass Song of the Year.” 2015 was a momentous and successful year for the award-winning duo starting with the success of their national PBS special “Dailey & Vincent ALIVE! – In Concert,” which has been aired in over 84 markets with an estimate of over 1 million impressions. The special was later released as the duo’s first ever live CD/DVD, with the live CD debuting at #1 on the Billboard Bluegrass Charts and the DVD debuting at #2 across all genres on the Billboard Music Video Sales Chart, just behind the Foo Fighters. Dailey & Vincent also premiered their first national television series, The Dailey & Vincent Show, on RFD-TV in early September. The show is a weekly 30-minute music, entertainment, and lifestyle show – full of music, humor and fun – which includes live performances and interview segments by special guests such as Vince Gill, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Fortune of the Statler Brothers and Emily West (runner up on America’s Got Talent) among other famed Country, Bluegrass and inspirational acts.

  • June 4 | 3PM & 6PM SHOWTIMES

    JPEK CreativeWorks Theatre presents “A Legend’s Revue – Sam Cooke”

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    JPEK CreativeWorks Theatre presents A Legends Revue - Sam Cooke 3pm & 6pm shows $12.50 General Admission $22.50 VIP (includes table seating & concessions) Sam Cooke covers in 2-act presentation of love and lifting.

  • June 4 | 3PM & 6PM

    A Legend’s Revue – First up: Sam Cooke

    Kranzberg Arts Center - Gallery, 501 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103

    $10 - $20 Sam Cooke covers in 2-act presentation of love and lifting.

  • June 5 | 10AM TO 6PM

    Flying Legends of Victory Tour (Tours and Rides Available)

    SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS AIRPORT, TACAIR RAMP, 18260 EDISON AVE, CHESTERFIELD, MO 63005

    Flying legends of victory tour with World War II b-17 bomber "sentimental journey". Plane tours daily from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. To book a ride for flights daily (Mon -Wed from 10am to 1pm) contact website:www.flyinglegendstour.com, for questions call commemorative air force at 480-462-2992

  • June 6 | 7:00PM

    Amazing Horns – Bridging Continents, Bridging time Copy

    Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

    The exhibition reveals different horns, which have been used for many different purposes and ancient ceremonies throughout the world.

  • June 7 | 10:30 AM

    Past of the Path

    Missouri History Museum

    Lou Baczewski, author of Louch: A Simple Man's true story of war, survival and legacy, will put on display never seen footage and pictures from his decades of research. Interviews with WWII survivors will also take place at the event.

  • June 8 | 8:00PM

    Movies Under The Stars: Moana

    Chesterfield Amphitheater

    Enjoy the unique experience of watching a movie outdoors at the Chesterfield Amphitheater.

  • June 9 | 7:00PM

    The Winter’s Tale

    Shakespeare Glen

    The Winter's tale is the 2017 season main stage production at Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park.

  • June 10 | 9AM - 5PM

    Scott Air Force Base Airshow &AMP (Open House)

    SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, SHILOH, ILLINOIS

    The U.S. Air Force famed “THUNDERBIRDS” Air Demonstration Squadron will be the featured attraction at the Scott Air Force Base Airshow & Open House on the weekend of June 10-11, 2017. Scott AFB will also be celebrating their 100th Year Centennial Anniversary (1917 – 2017). The USAF will be celebrating its 70th Year Anniversary. Also performing will be the TORA TORA TORA reenactment of Pearl Harbor on Dec 7th, 1941; Randy Ball and the MIG-17; B-2 Spirit; C-17 Globemaster II; KC-135R Tanker; “Black Daggers” Jump Team; Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet Flight Demonstration by the US Navy Tac Demo Team; Kevin Coleman Acrobatic Demo; the T-33 “Acemaker” as well as a Vintage Curtiss Jenny and various static aircraft on display. The event is Free and open to the general Public. For more information see Website: www.scott.af.mil/airshow2017

  • June 10 | 10AM - 4PM

    2nd Annual Life Outside Festival Featuring New Extreme Picnic Competition

    Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park (13236 Streetcar Drive, Maryland Heights, Saint Louis, MO 63043)

    The Life Outside festival is designed to encourage the residents of St. Louis to venture outdoors, explore a more active lifestyle and enjoy the great rivers, parks and communities within the St. Louis region. The 2017 Life Outside festival will feature a new extreme picnic competition, exciting outdoor activities, great live music, food trucks and fun for the whole family. This is a chance for people to discover fun new ways to enjoy the outdoors, try new activities and learn from the experts without spending a lot of time and money.

  • June 11 | 11:00 AM

    ART BRUNCH SUNDAY

    URBAN EATS CAFE

    Enjoy of live music and over 20 small brunch plates. Please choose an 11 AM or 12.30 seating and RSVP here or by calling the Cafe 314-558-7580 so we can better accommodate your visit.

  • June 11 | 1:15 PM

    Cardinals Vs Phillies

    BUSCH STADIUM

    all kids ages 15 and younger will be able to field like the pros when they receive their very own Rawlings Kid's Baseball Glove

  • June 12 | 7PM DOORS/ 8PM SHOW

    Emery Entertainment presents The Naked Magicians

    The Grandel Theatre

    Emery Entertainment presents Direct from Australia! Sleeves Up, Pants Down The Naked Magicians $55 Reserved Seating / $69 VIP Package June 12th 8pm Showtime

  • June 12 | 8:15 PM

    Jesus Christ Superstar

    The Muny

    The rock musical tells the story of Jesus and his apostles in the days leading up to the crucifixion

  • June 13 | 7:00PM

    Circus Flora Copy

    St. Louis - Grand Center

    Travel through space and time, and feel like a kid again.

  • June 15 | 6:15PM

    Westminster College Night at Busch Stadium

    700 Clark Ave, St. Louis, MO 63119

    1200+ alumni and friends gather annually for this wonderful occasion of celebrating Westminster College and the St. Louis Cardinals.

  • June 15 | THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS AT 8PM / SUNDAYS AT 2:30PM

    Theatre Lab presents “The Lieutenant of Inishmore” – a Theatre Macabre Production

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    General Admission $20 By Martin McDonagh A Theatre Macabre Production Irish terrorist “Mad Padraic” cares about one thing, and one alone, and -- despite his title as the lieutenant of Inishmore’s Irish National Liberation Army -- it’s not his fight for Irish independence. It’s his cat. When Padraic learns that his beloved cat, Wee Thomas, has been killed, Padraic rushes home, forgoing the nipple-excising he’d planned to do on a partly-tortured Belfast drug pusher. As Padraic plows through the town in pursuit of revenge, bodies to pile up in his wake. As fierce as he may be, however, Padriac’s soft spot for Wee Thomas may be the weak spot the next aspiring Lieutenant of Inishmore needs to target. This dark and bloody comedy, is the second play in Martin McDonough’s Aaran Islands trilogy, which also includes The Cripple of Inishmaan and The Banshees of Inisheer.

  • June 16 | 4:30PM - 8:00PM

    DOG DAY FRIDAYS

    ​URBAN CHESTNUT BREWERY & BIERHALL (THE GROVE)

    Bring your family and fluffy friends to the east lawn at the Grove Brewery and Bierhal.

  • June 16 | 8:15PM

    JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR

    The Muny

    Jesus Christ Superstar was an album that became very popular in 1970, then it became Broadway’s first rock opera and remains a world-wide favorite.

  • June 17 | 8:00AM

    YOGA IN THE GARDEN

    City Graden

    Yoga in the Garden with Jamie

  • June 18 | 6PM

    TLT Productions presents #blackboyjoy

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    TLT Productions presents #blackboyjoy June 18, 2017 6pm doors / 7pm show $10 advance / $12 day of show Some of STL's hottest young artists hit the stage to promote men of color in music, entertainment and visionary aspects.

  • June 19 | 7:00PM

    Amazing Horns – Bridging Continents, Bridging time

    Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Galleries

    The exhibition reveals different horns, which have been used for many different purposes and ancient ceremonies throughout the world.

  • June 19 | 7:00PM

    CIRCUS HARMONY: DEFYING GRAVITY AND OTHER LIMITATIONS

    ​SHELDON CONCERT HALL AND ART GALLERIES

    The exhibition will display photographs of circus art, taken by dynamic photographers like Ron Anderson, Jessica Hentoff, Susan Pittman and others.

  • June 20 | 5:00PM

    FOOD TRUCK FEST

    TILLES PARK

    Check out the caravan of various unique menus and join family and
    friends for dinner in your beautiful St. Louis County Parks.

  • June 20 | 8:15PM

    DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID Copy

    ​THE MUNY

    Take your family to go see one of the most popular animated films in history.

  • June 21 | 10:00 - 4:00PM

    Make Music Day

    National Blues Museum

    Make Music Day is an annual city-wide celebration of music that takes place on the summer solstice, June 21. Anyone and everyone is invited to either join and play music. This music festival first began in 1982 in France as the Fête de la Musique, and is now held on the same day in more than 700 cities in 120 countries around the world. The National Blues Museum will be hosting open time to play blues music during the day or come jam with Jim McClaren on the harmonica from 1:00-3:00.

  • June 21 | 7:00PM

    Circus Flora

    St. Louis - Grand Center

    Travel through space and time, and feel like a kid again.

  • June 21 | 8:15PM

    DISNEY’S THE LITTLE MERMAID

    ​THE MUNY

    Take your family to go see one of the most popular animated films in history.

  • June 22 | 8PM

    Making Every Moment Count – The Music of Peter Allen

    Kranzberg Arts Center - Gallery, 501 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103

    Presented by Mariposa Artists Robert Breig is thrilled to return to the St. Louis stage after his NYC debut last year with more than just a glimpse of Peter Allen's life in story and song...to Oz and Beyond! Rick Jensen serves as music director and arranger of songs, and directed by Lina Koutrakos. $20

  • June 22 | 6:30PM

    GATEWAY CITY BIG BAND

    ​CHESTERFIELD AMPHITHEATER

    The Gateway City Big Band is a 17-piece band with two vocalists that has been entertaining audiences in the St. Louis and other areas since 1966.

  • June 23 | 8PM

    Marilyn, Uncovered

    Kranzberg Arts Center - Gallery, 501 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103

    Presented by Mariposa Artists, share an evening with Singer/Performer Amy Basta as she uncovers the iconic Marilyn Monroe in this original and captivating look at one of the greatest legends of the 20th Century. Through a theatrical mix of songs, join Amy and pianist/arranger extraordinaire Rick Jensen on a compassionate journey, beginning with the life of Norma Jeane to the final days of Marilyn. Judged and misunderstood by many but loved by all, both personas ultimately came up victorious, yet not without great personal cost. "She leads with feline flirtation...Basta takes us to a dark corner…She morphs into Monroe..." - New York Cabaret Scenes Magazine. $25

  • June 24 | 8PM

    Amy Friedl Stoner

    Kranzberg Arts Center - Gallery, 501 N Grand Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63103

    $25 Presented by Mariposa Artists "Dreamchaser" is a look at life -with the love of music leading the way- through the songs of Billy Joel, Cole Porter, Jason Robert Brown and more.

  • June 29 | 8PM EVENINGS/ 3PM SATURDAY MATINEE

    JPEK CreativeWorks Theatre presents TopDog/UnderDog

    Kranzberg Arts Center

    General Admission $25 In the Kranzberg Arts Center Black Box Topdog/Underdog, by Suzan-Lori Parks, is a play about two African American brothers struggling to make ends meet. Abandoned by their parents when they were teenagers, Lincoln and Booth, now in their thirties, were forced to learn to survive relying only on themselves. Lincoln, nicknamed Link, supported himself for many years of his life by hustling people at three card monte. However, after one hustle turns sour and his partner is killed, Lincoln swears off hustling and vows to earn an honest living. His wife Cookie kicks him out of their home, and Lincoln moves in with his younger brother Booth in his small, barely furnished, single room apartment. Lincoln contributes to the rent by working as an Abraham Lincoln impersonator at a local arcade, where patrons pay to re-enact Lincoln’s assassination, shooting him in the back of the head with a cap gun.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am