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Diverse and creative performances will entertain audiences of all ages.


Minutes from the hotel, this popular amphitheater in nearby Forest Park stages seven Broadway-style shows each summer. The MUNY is the nation’s oldest and largest outdoor musical theatre, and is short for Municipal Theatre Association of St. Louis.

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra at Powell Symphony Hall

Classic symphonies, music for children and a summer series featuring music by classic rock bands and American singer-songwriters are some of the varied programs offered by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. A backstage tour of Powell Symphony Hall is an entertaining way to learn about the historic building, constructed in 1925 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Fox Theatre

Enjoy concerts and touring Broadway musicals in the opulence of the “Fabulous Fox,” a restored 1929 former movie palace with Moorish, Egyptian, Babylonian, Indian and far eastern interior designs known as “Siamese Byzantine” style.

Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

With a line-up of popular bands and musical acts from around the country, a state-of-the-art sound system and six video screens, the area’s largest outdoor music venue presents concerts from May to October.

Scottrade Center

Home of the St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League and St. Louis University Billikens’ basketball, the sports and entertainment complex also hosts concerts, ice shows and family events throughout the year.

Opera Theatre of Saint Louis

With a mission to make opera fun and sociable, the Opera Theatre offers ways to engage in a sophisticated musical experience. Operas are performed in English and with English supertitles, and accompanied by members of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Pre-show garden picnics and post-show cocktails with the show cast and crew add to the welcoming environment.

St. Louis Black Repertory

The largest African-American professional theatre company in the nation, The Black Rep stages theatre, comedies and musicals by mostly African-American and third world playwrights. Performances take place at the 467-seat Grandel Theater.

The Sheldon Concert Hall

Celebrated as the Carnegie Hall of St. Louis due to its perfect acoustics, The Sheldon was designed by 1904 World’s Fair architect Louis C. Spiering in 1912. More than 300 events are presented annually, from jazz to folk and classical music.

Repertory Theatre of St. Louis

The Rep is the city’s premier live professional theatre, presenting eclectic productions for adults and children, with most performances taking place at the Loretto-Hilton Center for the Performing Arts.