What To Do in St. Louis This Weekend (March 9th)

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It’s basically spring! Well, close enough. We’ll just pretend there wasn’t a blizzard here the other day. On the plus side, there are a few cool events going on this weekend, especially if you’re like us and you’re very classy and enjoy the symphony. If that’s not your thing, you can watch some SEC basketball or drink beer to benefit cats.

SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament

Thursday-Sunday at the Scottrade Center

The 2018 Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament makes its debut in the Gateway City. You should go.

A Night of Symphonic Hip Hop featuring Wyclef Jean

Friday, March 9 at Powell Symphony Hall

Grammy Award-winning singer, rapper, and “hip hop guitarist” Wyclef Jean (The Fugees) performs his hits spanning three decades with the SLSO.

John Caparulo

Friday-Saturday at the Funny Bone

“Cap” has been making stand up audiences laugh for well over a decade now, with a résumé that includes work on ‘Chelsea Lately’ and a Netflix special. You’ll recognize him when you see him.

RFT Mac & Cheese Throwdown

Saturday, March 10 at The Moto Museum

Enjoy endless amounts of mac n’ cheese and bottomless craft beer and cocktails at RFT’s 2nd Annual Mac & Cheese Throwdown!

Shamrock 5k/10k

Saturday, March 10 at the Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex

It’s the first annual Chesterfield Shamrock run! There will be live music, green beer, and all sorts of other family-friendly fun.

Ehnes Plays Saint-Saëns

Saturday-Sunday at Powell Hall

Violinist James Ehnes returns to the SLSO to astound with Saint-Saëns’ ‘Violin Concerto No. 3,’ a tour-de-force culminating in a grandiose finale.

Ales for Tails Beer Festival

Saturday, March 10 at the American Czech Educational Center

Enjoy live music, tasty snacks, and lots of craft, microbrew, and homebrew beer at the Second Annual Ales for Tails Beer Festival. All proceeds benefit Tenth Life Cat Rescue and Needy Paws Dog Rescue.

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