ST. LOUIS, MO (KPLR)- It's Friday and Emily Westerholt from the Riverfront Times gives us a list of fun events happening around town this weekend.
Riverfront Times weekend events June 19-21:
* Atlas Genius and New Politics at Ballpark Village - 6/19 - $10.57 - 18+
105.7 The Point presents Friday Night Live! Concert series at Ballpark Village. This new concert series will take place on the all new Busch II stage adjacent to Busch Stadium. All shows are rain or shine. $10 additional charge will be applied to guests under 21 years of age at the entrance.
* St. Lou Fringe Festival- Strauss Park - 3534 Washington - 6/20-21 - 10am-2pm
Families across St. Louis are invited to bring their children to experience an imaginative world shaped by artists. Children of all ages create hands-on art projects, explore instruments and music, and tell stories using poetry movement and dance. Participants will also get a glimpse of some of the family friendly shows featured in the festival.
* Saturday Sessions at Tower Grove Farmers Market - 6/20 - Free -
This week is the 10th anniversary celebration of the Tower Grove Farmers' Market! They will have three bands performing Nick Pence and Friends, Jon Bonham & Marc Chechik, and Auset from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
* The 14th Annual RFT Music Showcase- June 20 - $10 - 1 pm - 3 am
On June 20, we take over The Grove with our Music Showcase which features more than 80 acts across every genre imaginable. The festival opens at 1 p.m. on our main outdoor stage behind Atomic Cowboy with a dual set by Lizzie Weber and Emily Wallace. You will also find music at The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy, The Demo, SoHo, Taha`a Twisted Tiki, The Ready Room, Handle Bar, The Gramophone, and Layla. Ten bucks buys an all-access pass from 1 p.m. to 3 a.m., so arrive on time and stay late for the best DJs and dance acts in town. Some acts to keep a look out for are Middle Class Fashion, Letters to Memphis, The Town Drunks, DJ Mahf, Theresa Payne, Sleepy Kitty, and Jake`s Leg just to name a few!
For more information visit riverfronttimes.com