Services and Information

  • Blocking Right of Way Permits
    Blocking Right of Way Permits are required for any activity that will block any portion of the public right of way (streets and sidewalks) such as dumpster placement, moving truck, block parties, construction related street closures.
  • Driveway Permits
    Constructing a new driveway or reconstructing an existing driveway
  • Obtain a Special Event Permit
    Outlines the process to apply for a permit to hold a large event in the City of St. Louis, such as a Parade, Run and/or Walk, Cycling Race or Ride, Festival, Street Fair or Outdoor Concert.
  • Residential Block Party Permits
    Permit is required for neighborhood weekend social gatherings, and must be submitted at least two weeks in advance.
  • Sidewalk Permit
    A sidewalk permit is required for constructing a new sidewalk or reconstructing an existing sidewalk.
  • African Chorus
    The African Musical Arts, Inc. (AMAInc), formerly African Chorus, was founded to foster a better understanding of Africa’s cultures through the musical arts.
  • Ambassadors of Harmony
    Our mission is to educate our membership in order to continually improve in vocal quality, performance, and personal fulfillment in a cappella singing.
  • BB's Jazz Blues and Soups
    The 700 South Broadway building which houses BB's was known as Phil's Hotel as late as 1969, and has a colorful past.
  • Band Together
    BandTogether organized and first rehearsed on March 22, 1997, with the initial goal of participating in that year's St. Louis Pride Parade in June. From the first 10 members at that rehearsal, BandTogether has grown to more than 100 musicians.
  • Beale on Broadway
    Beale on Broadway is a blues club first and foremost. Housed in a grand old building with exposed brick and hardwood floors, it is located between downtown and Soulard - the elite blues district of St. Louis. With such neighbors as the Broadway Oyster Bar and BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups, the Beale has become St. Louis' cornerstone for the blues experience.
  • Broadway Oyster Bar
    With the wonderful ambiance of the French Quarter in New Orleans, The Broadway Oyster Bar will lure you with the best Cajun-Creole cuisine in St. Louis as voted in both the Riverfront Times and Sauce Magazine's Reader's Poll. We feature live music seven nights a week from the best local and national touring acts. The music ranges from New Orleans funk to blues, reggae, rock, roots and jam.
  • Charis Chorus
    CHARIS is a lesbian chorus open to all women. We differ in age, size, ethnic background and ability, but we share goals to seek musical excellence, voice messages of social justice and create a fun and supportive place for all women.
  • Community Music School Webster University
    Founded in 1925, the Community Music School of Webster University (CMS) offers outstanding music education and performance opportunities to students of all ages and abilities in the St. Louis area and beyond.
  • Gateway Mens Chorus
    Because music moves hearts and minds, we sing to affirm the gay experience and promote a culture of diversity and acceptance.
  • Hammerstones
    Hammerstone's, very well known for live music, great food, and a beautiful patio. All of this in a building with history dating back to 1884. We have been told that during prohibition it was a drug store in front with bootleg liquor out back, and doctor's offices up stairs.
  • Hollywood Casino St. Louis Ampitheater
    Hollywood Casino Amphitheater is located one mile west of the I-270 and I-70 interchange at I-70 and Maryland Heights expressway South (EXIT 231A).
  • Kirkwood Children's Chorale
    Kirkwood Children's Chorale is a musical enrichment program for children from second to eighth grade.KCC has over 220 singers from over fifty area schools. KCC singers perform numerous local concerts, and also have the opportunity to perform nationally and overseas.
  • Laclede Quartet
    The Laclede Quartet was founded in 1978 and has concertized extensively in the Midwest. Its members served as Artists-in-Residence at the History Museum in St. Louis, MO.
  • Off Broadway
    Off Broadway in St. Louis
  • Opera Theatre of Saint Louis
    Opera Theatre of Saint Louis is dedicated to high-quality productions of a varied repertory accompanied by members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra. From 1985 through 2008, the company was led by General Director Charles MacKay, along with OTSL's famed, late Artistic Director Colin Graham, and Music Director Stephen Lord.
  • Sheldon Concert Hall
    The Sheldon Arts Foundation is committed to the preservation and operation of the historic Sheldon Concert Hall and is dedicated to enriching the greater St. Louis region and beyond with a wide range of music, visual arts and educational programs of the highest quality, diversity and educational impact.
  • St. Louis Brass Band
    The Award-Winning Saint Louis Brass Band presents exciting family-friendly concerts of light classic and popular music for enthusiastic listeners across the greater metropolitan St. Louis region. The STLBB is a British-style brass band featuring thirty of St. Louis’ finest brass and percussion players. (British Brass Bands use the traditional and uniquely colorful instrumentation of cornets, flugel horn, tenor horns, euphoniums, English baritones, trombones, tubas and percussion.)
  • St. Louis Harmony Chorus
    Since 1961, the St. Louis Harmony Chorus has provided the St. Louis community with the highest quality a cappella and barbershop harmony through its own chorus and through the presentation of world-championship groups, such as international championship quartet, costume designers, choreographers and vocal production specialists.
  • St. Louis Metro Singers
    The St. Louis Metro Singers is a nonprofit, volunteer, civic chorus born of love – love of music and of people
  • St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
    There are many different reasons for attending a Symphony concert. For some it's a chance to dress up and spend a night out. For others it is a chance to get caught up in the music and escape to another place. No matter why you attend, you will experience a world-class orchestra performing for you live and in the moment!
  • St. Louis for Music Lovers - Explore St. Louis
    Hear the best music St. Louis has to offer at eclectic venues all over town, from Jazz and Blues to Country and Rock!
  • Stifel Theater
    Formerly known as the Peabody Opera House, the Stifel Theater is a historic, 3100 seat theater in the heart of downtown St. Louis. Originally opened in 1934, the Peabody Opera House stage has welcomed some of entertainment’s greatest performers, including Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones.
  • The Pageant
    Concert Venue
  • Union Avenue Opera
    Union Avenue Opera grew out of one man’s vision for an opera company that would offer professional opportunities for gifted, emerging artists. In the summer of 1995, Scott Schoonover, with the support of the Arts Group of Union Avenue and on a shoestring budget, mounted a production of Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas, and the rest is history.

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