Spring events in St. Louis, Missouri, from late March until early May. Spring is the season when locals enjoy outdoor activities with family and friends. Plenty of fairs and festivals in the city highlight food and drinks, music, and the arts. The events happen outdoors, making crowds less of a worry.
Step outside and enjoy these late spring events in St. Louis.
12580 Rott Road – (314) 615-5278
May 12th to May 14th
View one-of-a-kind masterpieces at the Laumeier Art Fair. The event features handmade artwork from 150 artists in St. Louis. Laumeier started in 1976 and is the first and largest sculpture park in the U.S. The park is 105 acres and serves 300,000 visitors yearly. Visitors can view their fantastic collection of sculptures, exhibitions, and artwork commissions. The event also has food and beverage selections from local vendors and live music performances. Children 10 years and under can enter for free. They charge a $10 admission fee for 11 years and older. Laumeier members also get free admission to the fair. The fair runs Friday through Sunday, and the first day has a special start time of 6 pm and goes until 10. The fair operates from 10 am until 8 pm on Saturday, and the hours on Sunday are 10 am until 5 pm.
Upper Muny Lot – (314) 616-7205
The St. Louis Microfest is a beer-tasting festival that samples local and international beers twice daily. The first tasting session starts at noon and ends at 4 pm. The second one happens from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm. General admission is $45, while VIP admission is $70. You can enjoy live music, delicious food, and many fun activities besides beer tasting. Microfest’s festival proceeds will go to Lift for Life Gym, which trains youth members free of charge.
3407 S. Jefferson Avenue – [email protected]
Do you love all things Mexican? Head over to the Cinco de Mayo Cherokee Street Festival this May. They have over 100 vendors serving Mexican food, treats, and margaritas. Apart from this, you can shop for sunglasses, hats, and local goods on sale. They also have face painting, temporary tattoos, and flower crowns for attendees. The event’s highlight is the People’s Joy Parade which features crepe paper float makers. You can also look forward to live music and the Lucha Libre Wrestling Match at the event.
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