ST. LOUIS, MO - Get ready for the experience of exploring an art district full of unforgettable moments by heading to the Grand Art Center District. The Grand Center Arts District is located in the Midtown Historic District, St. Louis, north of Saint Louis University.
The Grand Center is the site of various arts and entertainment venues, including the Fox Theatre, Powell Symphony Hall, Contemporary Art Museum, Pulitzer Arts Foundation, Clyde C. Miller Career Academy, and many others.
Find some exciting things that you can explore here as follows:
1) Visit the 4th annual Golf the Galleries exhibition Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Gallery
This exhibition will run until September 6, 2021. The display is at the Sheldon Concert Hall and Art Gallery at 3648 Washington Boulevard. The exhibition is a playable nine-hole miniature golf installation designed by regional artists, architects, and other creative experts from St. Louis.
Open every Mon-Wed 12-5pm, Thu-Fri 12-8pm, Sat 10am-3pm and Sunday 11am-4pm. The ticket prices are $10 for adults, $7 for children 12 and Under, and special prices for members, book your tickets here.
2) Watch the Live Show, St. Louis Fringe
There are still three more days until August 22, 2021, to see live performances located at the Big Top and the outdoor stage of the Grandel Theatre. There are plenty of performing arts, from magic and music to Shakespeare and solo performances, for the whole family to enjoy. See the full schedule and location and buy tickets here.
3) Enjoy the Digital Concert of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra from Anywhere
While enjoying your ride or food nearby the district, you can also experience digital concerts available for streaming via the SLSO website. Equal Play concert, which has been streamed from July 29, will be available for stream until August 28. The Equal Play is played by Jessie Montgomery, Gabriela Lena Frank Leyendas: An Andean Walkabout, and Caroline Shaw Entr'acte. Learn more here.
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