Updated 5/16/02

May 18th, Chesterfield Art presents a celebration of the Hispanic culture at the Chesterfield Mall, lower level, from 3 to 4pm. There will be folk Latin American dancing with Grupo Atlantico and music with percussionist Arthur Moore. Also Viva Flamenco Company will present Spanish Flamenco dance and live music with Bill Jones, and Latin American music with Jaime Torres. The event is free and open to the public. For more information call 314-362-9940 or 314-362-8425.

May 18th, BandTogether, Spring pops concert with jazz & music by Barber.
Time: 8 p.m.
Price info: free
Contact: 314-313-9294
Where: St. Louis Art Museum

May 18-19th, The Hermann 50th Anniversary Maifest. beginning at 9 AM each day. The festival features activities relating to Hermann's German heritage, including a folk art show, live music, children's activities and more. For more information call the Hermann Information Center at 800-932-8687.

May 18-19th, The Missouri Botanical Garden presents Chinese Culture Days. The event features traditional folk dancing, music, games, Chinese garden tours, and more. The Missouri Botanical Garden is located at 4344 Shaw Boulevard. 314-577-9400

May 18-19th, Röbller Vineyard Winery of New Haven, Missouri presents the Maifest. with live music by from 1-5 pm Saturday by Rob Compton and 1-5 pm Sunday by Mark Moebeck. 573-237-3986

May 19th, The Department of Music at St. Charles Community College presents a Music Institute Recital on Sunday at 3 PM. The FREE performance takes place in Music room 120 of the Donald D. Shook Fine Arts Building on the college campus.

May 19th, Florissant Valley Orchestra, Performance of work by St. Louisan Rick Slonim, Bach & Haydn.
Time: 3 p.m.
Price info: free
Contact: 314-595-4263 call for info
Where: St. Louis Community College-Florissant Valley

May 19th, Johnnie Johnson & Friends Benefit, St. Paul Lutheran Church fundraiser.
Time: 2-5 p.m.
Contact: 314-421-4440
Where: American Czech Hall

May 19th, St. Charles Community College Ensembles, Music Institute recital.
Time: 3 p.m.
Price info: free
Where: St. Charles Community College

May 19th, Shepley Program of Music & Art Pianist Andrea Sokol-Albert & flutist Phyllis Aronson perform music of Hummel & Prokofiev.
Time: 2:30 p.m.
Price info: free
Where: Christ Church Cathedral

May 19th, Windsor Theatre Group, "A Concert of Blooms" with baritone Jeff Stewart & friends.
Time: 3 p.m.
Price info: freewill offering
Contact: 314-832-2114
Where: Church of the Reformation Lutheran

May 20th, Cellist Patrice Jackson, Recital featuring works by Brahms, Debussy & Martinu.
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Price info: free
Where: Ethical Society of St. Louis

May 21st, O'Fallon Jammin' Outdoor Concerts Concessions, bring lawn chair, blanket or picnic. Patt Holt Singers tribute to veterans.
Time: 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Price info: free
Contact: 636-240-2000
Where: Civic Hall

May 21st, Twilight Tuesdays Jazz Series Free concerts & concessions; bring lawn chairs, blankets & picnics. Ralph Butler Band; Ameren UE centennial party with prizes & cake.
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: Missouri History Museum

May 23-26th, Rib America Festival Soldier's Memorial, FREE!!!

Thu 6:30-7:30 Paint the Earth
8-9:30 1964 The Tribute

Fri 5:30-6:30 Crazed Cowboys
7-8 Earl
8:30-10 .38 Special

Sat 1-2 LP Outsiders
2:30-3:30 Boogie Chyld
4-5:30 Morris Day & The Time
6-7 Cavo
7:30-8:30 Shooting Star
9-10:30 Kansas

Sun 1-2 Poppies 3
2:30-3:30 Jenny Kavanaugh
4-5:30 The Monkees
6-7 Just Add Water
7:30-8:30 Ocean Six
9-10:30 Smithereens

Mon 2-3 Brandi Johnson
3:30-4:30 The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
5-6:30 Somnia

May 26th, Shepley Program of Music & Art, Cathedral Choir Evensong with music of Howells, Martin & Williams.
Time: 5 p.m.
Price info: free
Where: Christ Church Cathedral

May 27th, Compton Heights Concert Band With Hugh "The 4th Tenor" Smith & Robert Ellison.
Time: 3 p.m.
Price info: free
Contact: 314-776-2227
Where: Tower Grove Park

May 28th, Twilight Tuesdays Jazz Series Free concerts & concessions; bring lawn chairs, blankets & picnics. Mitzi MacDonald & Positive Charge.
Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Price info: free
Where: Missouri History Museum

June 5-8th, TWANGFEST 6 at the Blueberry Hill Duck Room

Wednesday, June 5

8:00 PM: Lonesome Pines (St. Louis, MO)
9:00 PM: Mike Ireland and Holler (Kansas City, MO)
10:00 PM: The Damnations (Austin, TX)
11:00 PM: Kev Russell's Junker (featuring Kevin Russell of the Gourds and friends)(Austin, TX)
Midnight: a very special appearance by Gurf Morlix and the Real Killers (Austin, TX)

Thursday, June 6

8:00 PM: Thad Cockrell & The Starlite Country Band (Wake Forest, NC)
9:00 PM: Marlee McLeod Band (Minneapolis, MN)
10:00 PM: Lonesome Bob (Nashville, TN)
11:00 PM: Marti Brom (Austin, TX)
Midnight: Slobberbone (Denton, TX)

Friday, June 7

8:00 PM: The Sovines (Columbus, OH)
9:00 PM: Kelly Hogan (Chicago, IL)
10:00 PM: Tommy Womack (Nashville, TN)
11:00 PM: Calvin Cooke and the Sacred Steel Ensemble (Detroit, MI)
Midnight: James Intveld (Los Angeles, CA)

Saturday, June 8

8:00 PM: One Riot One Ranger (Columbus, OH)
9:00 PM: Christy McWilson (Seattle, WA)
10:00 PM: The Morells (Springfield, MO)
11:00 PM: Dallas Wayne (San Jose, CA)
Midnight: Billy Joe Shaver (Austin, TX)

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