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KSHE presents


headlining on the Main Stage Saturday night, Sept. 20.



ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE

All times are approximate.

FRIDAY ENTERTAINMENT

MAIN STAGE
Entertainment Begins at 7 p.m.

The lineup includes:




and

 

 

THE CHRIS WEAVER BAND

SATURDAY ENTERTAINMENT

MAIN STAGE
Entertainment Begins at 7 p.m.

The lineup includes:

 

 

SUPERJAM

 

 

POWDER MILL 



FIREWORKS!



KSHE presents 


9:30 p.m.

Notable songs:
Jackie Blue
If You Want to Get to Heaven



CELEBRATE STAGE

11 a.m. – Doppler FX
Noon – St. Louis Express

1 p.m. Acoustik Element
2:30 p.m. – Blues Plus
4 p.m. – Tony Campanella Band



FAMILY STAGE

11 a.m. – Monkey Tales Theatre
Noon – Excel Performing Arts
1 p.m. – Childbloom Guitar Program
2 p.m. –
Abra-Kid-Abra
3 p.m. – Then & Now Band


 

 
 

FREE ON-SITE PARKING!

 

WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING ...

  • Lawn chairs or towels to sit on during the Celebrate St. Peters concerts -- seating will be on the lawn.
  • Cash for concessions and game tickets (no checks or credit/debit cards will be accepted.) An ATM machine will be available on site if you need cash during the event.
  • You may bring soft drinks and food, but no alcoholic beverages.

 

WHAT YOU CANNOT BRING ...

  • Visitors may not bring pets into 370 Lakeside Park during the Celebrate St. Peters event, pursuant to City Code, Article II - Regulations, SECTION 240.060: RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF PARKS. This rule does not apply to any animal owned and used by a disabled person or pets staying/remaining in the RV/Tent Camping area of the park.
  • Visitors may not bring glass beverage containers into 370 Lakeside Park during Celebrate St. Peters, pursuant to City Code, Article II - Regulations, SECTION 240.060: RESTRICTIONS ON USE OF PARKS. Glass beverage containers include, but are not limited to, glass bottles, glass jars and drinking glasses. Baby bottles, baby food jars and glass lined vacuum bottles are exempt.
  • Visitors are not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages into the Celebrate St. Peters celebration. You may bring your own food and soft drinks. Food, soft drinks and beer will be sold at concession stands throughout the festivities.
 
 
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