Cultural Crossroads

St. Louis is overflowing with artistic talent, dating back to its blues roots. On any given night, you can catch a house band at a local bar, music’s hottest touring superstars at Enterprise Center or a classic musical at The Muny.

Open year round and within walking distance of the iconic Arch, Citygarden is a vibrant and serene blending of lush plantings and internationally renowned sculptures.

Enterprise Center, home to the St. Louis Blues, is located in downtown St. Louis. The popular 20,000-seat arena is also used for other sporting events, such as NCAA basketball and hockey, touring family shows and a premiere concert venue for music’s hottest touring acts.

The Hollywood Casino Amphitheater is a Live Nation venue that boasts 7,000 seats, with lawn seating for another 13,000. And thanks to a state-of-the-art sound system and six video screens, all 20,000 concertgoers can experience a front-row view.

Thanks to a $79 million renovation, Stifel Theater is a St. Louis institution that provides a stunning backdrop to a wide and diverse array of entertainment and special events.

The largest professional African American theater company in the U.S., the Black Rep provides platforms for theater, dance and other creative expressions that heighten the social and cultural awareness of its audience.

The Fabulous Fox is a spectacular refurbished movie theatre from the 1920s and now a classic performing arts center and special events venue.

The Muny is the nation’s oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre and features at least seven Broadway-style productions every summer. About 1,500 of the 11,000 seats are free on a first-come, first-served basis.

Designed to host a wide range of music performances and special events, The Pageant is a 2,000-plus capacity concert nightclub with an up-close and personal vibe.