Saint Charles, MO

Three events you can join in St. Charles from August 17 – 19

George Vandervalk

ST. CHARLES, MO – There are several events in St. Charles that you can join on August 17-19. Various events will be held, ranging from food-related, concerts, and family picnics.

You can invite your family, friends, or significant others to these events. Here are the 3 events:

Food Truck Event on August 17

The event will be held at Blanchette Park and Frontier Park from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. You will find a variety of food trucks with several choices of food, such as meat, burgers, pizza, soup, Thai culinary, and more. You can also check out music performances by Common Ground. Some of the food trucks that you can meet at this event are Doughboy's: Wood Fired Pizza, Farm Truck, Mann Meats, The Sweet Divine: Boutique Bakery & Coffe Bar, and many more. For information about the rules for this event, you can visit this link.

Music on Main on August 18

This event can be attended free of charge by the community of St. Charles for two and a half hours, from 5:00 to 7:30 p.m. Since last May, this event has been held and is complemented by performances by different musicians every month. On August 18, you can see the performance of BMB Band, a classic rock band from St. Charles. You can also bring a chair from home to watch this outdoor concert. The location of this concert is at 100 N. Main St., St. Charles, Missouri 63301.

Craft Beer & Dinner Pairing on August 19

This event will be held at St. Charles Convention Center, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. During the event, you can enjoy a special meal sponsored by Two Plumbers Brewery's Beer Master. From appetizer, main, and dessert, you will get duck confit salad with butterhead lettuce, sriracha-brinned chicken with pimiento mac and cheese, and ginger molasses biscuits with macerated strawberries and whipped mascarpone. You can pre-order the tickets via this link.

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