Laclede’s Landing Events
Throughout the year, Laclede’s Landing plays host to several events. In no other neighborhood in St. Louis, is festival space so seamlessly woven into the urban fabric. Here on Laclede’s Landing, the cobblestone streets, historic buildings and unique restaurants, bars and businesses are all a part of the experience.
Read ahead for information on all of this year’s great events, then make plans to see (and hear) for yourself why a Laclede’s Landing event is always a St. Louis favorite.
Saturday, March 1st, 2014 and Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
Saturday Shuttle Runs, 8:00am - 11pm
Tuesday Shuttle Runs, 5:30pm-9:30pm
Nightlife open until 3am
The Mardi Gras saying goes, "Laissez les bons temps rouler" meaning, "Let the good times roll" and Laclede's Landing is the place to do exactly that! As the official after-party destination for Mardi Gras, Laclede's Landing is open late. Saturday, March 1st, Laclede's Landing will be running shuttle service to and from Soulard Mardi Gras all day from 8am - 11pm. $1 per rider donations will be collected from the Landing stop only. STL food trucks will be onsite for hungry parade goers from 8am to 2pm. Save yourself the hassle of traffic, park at a cheaper rate at any of the many parking lots on The Landing or take MetroLink to the Arch-Landing stop, then hop on one of our 3 shuttles. Catch the shuttle on Laclede's Landing Blvd. at N. Second St. the shuttle will drop you off at Lafayette and S. Third St. in Soulard. When you're done in Soulard, come back to The Landing for some more hurricanes, bombs and beads inside any of our fun locations.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
2:00pm – 10:00pm
Visit the bars and restaurants of Laclede’s Landing this St. Patty’s Day for some great Irish-themed food and drink including Corned Beef & Cabbage, Irish Stew and Soda Bread. And don’t forget the Car Bombs! On Saturday, March 15th, live music will keep you moving while The Landing's variety of bars & restaurants will keep you warm with great food and drink deals. Going to the downtown St. Patrick's Day parade? Avoid the parking hassle and take our shuttle! The Landing shuttle will take people to and from the parade, starting at 9am. Éirinn go Brách!
Sunday, April 27, 2014
Thanks to the great folks at City Hall -you get to test your early season athletic mettle on a completely closed run course that includes a once-in-a-lifetime start and finish on the WORLD FAMOUS EADS BRIDGE. Yep. You read that right. Eads Bridge. Awesome, isn’t it!?! The bike heads north for 2 loops on North Broadway. North Broadway is a light industrial and transportation corridor for our region….there will be very few motor vehicles on the course! The event will be professionally chip timed by Big River Race Management. To register, click here!
Saturday, August 30th and Sunday, August 31st, 2014
12:00pm – 11:00pm
Among St. Louis’ many claims to fame, its role in the creation and evolution of music is right near the top. With a musical history and heritage as rich (or richer) as that of New Orleans, Memphis and Chicago, this city is rooted in music. Scott Joplin, Miles Davis, Johnnie Johnson, Chuck Berry, Ike and Tina Turner – all these artists revolutionized American music and all cut their teeth here in St. Louis, on the Big Muddy Mississippi. Today, that tradition continues with the annual Big Muddy Blues Festival – two full days of local and national Blues, Soul and R&B performers playing in the historic streets of Laclede’s Landing. With three stages featuring over 30 performances, attendees flock to what has become the region’s longest-running and most popular Blues event. Keep checking in for updates, news and line-ups for the 2014 Big Muddy Blues Festival.
Rockin’ On The Landing – An Independence Day Celebration
Thursday, July 3rd, Friday, July 4th and Saturday, July 5th, 2014
1:00pm – 11:00pm
With an all-day main stage and a close-up, river’s edge view of the spectacular St. Louis Air Show and fireworks display, Rockin On The Landing is a great way to spend your Independence Day weekend. A favorite of families and adults alike, the always-amazing musical selections and the historic atmosphere make for a welcome reprieve from the hustle and bustle on the nearby Archgrounds. Grab a table at one of Laclede’s Landing’s many outdoor cafes or pitch a blanket on the main stage “grassy knoll” and soak in that warm July sun. Trust us – when the evening draws in and the fireworks light up, there’s no better – or relaxing – place to be.
Saturday, October 18, 2014
3:00pm – 1am
ROCKtoberfest 2014 kicks off at 3PM on Saturday, October 18th on Historic Laclede's Landing. This FREE event is the last hurrah for those looking to take advantage of just a little more warm weather before another unpredictable St. Louis weather sets in. Boasting two outdoor stages with 7 incredible original local rock/alternative acts, ROCKtoberfest is a chance to show your support for the STL music scene. St. Louis based Odds Lane is a Rootsy Alternative Pop/Rock band that blends a broad range of musical influences, ranging from The Beatles and Led Zeppelin to Tower of Power and Miles Davis. Odds Lane kicks off ROCKtoberfest at 3:30PM on the outdoor stage at North 1st & Morgan Street. Following Odds Lane is the twangy midwestern blues rock stylings from Blackwater 64 and classic alternative rock from Bullet the Blue. The pop/punk/rock sounds from The Glass Cavalry and DNA will help us close out the evening and hand off the final set with the crunchiest of funky beats by Hazard To Ya Booty! Needless to say, it's going to be a night filled with delicious food, great drinks, AWESOME music and fantastic people.