Touhill Performing Arts Center
For those who love to sing carols, there are plenty of opportunities to join in the St. Louis caroling traditions. If you just want to listen to the sweet sounds of Christmas carols, St. Louis has holiday programs to enjoy as well.
Festivals and fairs are in abundance for anyone who wants to shake off the winter and breath in the freshness of the new season and the artistic culture of the city.
Where can St. Louisans go to celebrate Barack Obama’s inauguration for a second term? Join the festivities at the president’s favorite pizza joint or at a politically minded pub that leans left. Look back through history of past presidents. Or, since this year’s festivities will fall on Janaury 21 which is also Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, celebrate the successes of the Civil Rights movement over the past 50 years.
It’s time to think about where to get your annual fix of live music for the holiday season. Whether you’re looking for a rock concert, a classical orchestra, choral groups or a rock opera, you will find it in the Lou this holiday season.
The holiday season isn’t only for cooking, shopping, wrapping, eating, traveling and visiting. All of that preparation can be exhausting. Take a break to enjoy some great St. Louis theater. It will put you in the holiday mood like no other holiday activity.
The best concert halls and theaters in St. Louis are sure to delight any concertgoer or theater maven: The Pageant, Fox Theatre and Touhill Performing Arts Center
Mark your calendars! Civil rights activist Andrew Young and acclaimed speaker Victor Woods will speak at the Touhill Performing Arts Center at the end of the month.