Ticket Giveaway — Charles Glenn and Joe Mancuso at the Sheldon
We’re happy to announce that we have two tickets to give away to one lucky winner for the Charles Glenn and Joe Mancuso present VOICES OF ST. LOUIS, Tuesday, June 3 at the Sheldon Concert Hall. Show starts at 7:30 p.m.
Click here to enter to win two free tickets to see this musical extravaganza featuring performances by award winning vocalists Charles Glenn and Joe Mancuso, plus four young rising vocal stars: Michelle Knollhoff, Andrew Patrick, Jeanitta Perkins and Paige Alyssa. They’ll be backed by an all-star band of St. Louis musicians including Dave Black on guitar, Jesse Gannon on piano, Phillip Graves on keyboards, Jeff Anderson on bass, Christopher Braig on saxophones and Steve Davis on drums. There will also be special cameo appearances by Joe Mancuso Sr. and Nikki Glenn!
The contest ends at 8 a.m. Tuesday, June 3rd. Winner will be contacted by phone and email. Tickets must be picked up at the Sheldon ticket desk.
The 2014 summer free concert season is in full swing!
After enduring a brutal St. Louis winter, we’re ready to be outdoors enjoying the great musical entertainment our hosts, sponsors and bands so generously provide. The spring months of April and May featured a good number of shows including Twilight Tuesdays at the Missouri History Museum, Jungle Boogie at the Zoo, Parties in the Park in Clayton, Music on Main in St. Charles and others. We’ve also already had a large number of fairs and festivals around town.
In this first week of June, more great venues kick off their summer concert series. Here’s a sampling of what’s going on during the next seven days. Please note: We’re still adding events; we recommend checking the website for a more accurate and up-to-date listing.
Monday, June 2
Street Wise at South St. Louis Square Park
Friday, June 6
Miss Jubilee at Jungle Boogie — St. Louis Zoo
Boogie Chyld at Paul A Schroeder Park in Manchester
School of Rock at Lakeside Park — St. Peters
Andy Grammar at St. Louis Uncorked — Soldiers Memorial
Letter to Memphis at Feast in the Park — Laumeier Sculpture Park
Be sure to check our website for more events. We hope to see you at a free concert soon.