RFT weekend events March 6-8

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MARYLAND HEIGHTS, MO (KPLR)- It's Friday and Emily Westerholt from the Riverfront Times tells us all about what's going on around town this weekend.

Riverfront Times weekend events March 6-8th:

Adult Night at the Aquarium - 3/6 - 5-11pm

A night of Food, Drink, Entertainment & Wonders of the Water Auction to Benefit the World Aquarium. They will have food and drink for purchase along with a live online auction and a silent auction. Entertainment for the night will be by Loving Fire, Magic & Mermaid. They will also have a Land of Fire Show & Sea of Mermaid Show and you can get pictures with the animals. Tickets for GA are $25 and VIP will be $75 and include 2 drinks, food and special gift at the door.

Grand Opening of The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy - 3/5 - 3/7

St. Louis` newest concert venue features an all new look, feel, and sound. The venue is proud to present the finest in roots, rock, bluegrass, Americana, hip hop and beyond. Be sure and join Atomic Cowboy in The Bootleg for the Grand Opening weekend featuring Webb Wilder & The Beatnecks playing tonight for the ultimate one stop eat drink & rock out experience. Tickets for the show are $10.

Art in Bloom at Saint Louis Art Museum - 3/6-3/8

The Saint Louis Art Museum is in full bloom during this annual festival as renowned works of art from the Museum's collection are imaginatively interpreted through floral design. You'll experience fresh floral displays throughout the galleries created by the most talented designers in the region, paired with the Museum's works of art. Experience the agony and ecstasy of timed, competitive floral arrangements this Saturday night at 7 pm for the Iron Florist Competition, a new Art in Bloom event that puts teams of St. Louis florists and celebrity assistants against each other in a three-way design duel. Tickets are $10 or $5 for Members, and they`re available at the Museum`s Information Centers.

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