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St. Louis: Venues

St. Louis Venues: Venues Around St. Louis

Below are our St. Louis Venues recommendations, with information on location, admission, transportation/parking, venue history and other points of interest in St. Louis Art.
 

Edison Theatre at Washington University

Edison Theatre at Washington University

The official performing arts venue of Washington University, the Samuel B. and Charles B. Edison Theatre (better known around campus as “the Edison”) plays a varied role in the University’s academic and cultural life.  With a seating capacity of 656, it is also one of few venues in the region to serve as a rental house for non-University affiliated …more…

Fox Theatre

Fox Theatre

The “Fabulous” Fox Theater of St. Louis presents a lively mix of touring Broadway productions, popular music acts, notable public speakers and large scale stage spectacles such as Cirque Dreams and Celtic Thunder.

One of five classic movie houses constructed in 1929 to showcase the films of the 20th Century Fox Corporation, the theater also served as a legit and concert venue for almost five decades before …more…

The Sheldon

The Sheldon

The Sheldon building has long been a part of the cultural landscape of St. Louis.  It was designed by 1904 World’s Fair architect Louis C. Spiering, and built in 1912 as the home of the Ethical Society of St. Louis.  Known widely for its quality acoustics, the venue has hosted many of the world’s most prominent musical artists and public speakers …more…