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On April 10, 2006, the Cardinals opened their new 46,000 seat retro-style downtown ballpark with a 6-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. The Cardinals also became the first team in almost 100 years to win a World Series Championship in the inaugural season of a new ballpark. The new Busch Stadium hosted the 80th MLB All-Star Game, in July 2009.
700 Clark Ave
St. Louis, Missouri 63102
The Fox Theatre has a fabulous history, beginning when the theatre opened on January 31, 1929 as one of the crown jewels in William Fox’s motion picture empire. Billed as “St. Louis’ largest and most magnificent temple of amusement,” the theatre anchored St. Louis’ entertainment area along North Grand Boulevard. For 50 cents, a person could experience splendor & enchantment of regal edifice, complete with live entertainment, music from two organs, Fox Movietone News, and of course, the “talkie."
527 N Grand Blvd
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
Built in 1925 as the St. Louis Theatre, the building now known as Powell Symphony Hall was acquired by the Saint Louis Symphony Society in 1966 through a $500,000 gift from Oscar Johnson, Jr., a longtime leader and benefactor of the Orchestra. Since its opening in November 1925, the St. Louis Theatre had presented the best in live vaudeville as well as motion pictures. Appropriately enough, The Sound of Music was the last movie shown in the old theater.
718 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, Missouri 63103
The Muny Pre-Show Festival welcomes and engages audiences with 52 nights of free entertainment at four locations. The festival features community-based organizations, professionals from area arts non-profits, The Muny Kids and Teens and small ensembles drawn from Webster University. Live Broadway-style musicals produced right here at the Muny's historic outdoor theatre in beautiful Forest Park. America’s oldest and largest outdoor theatre.
1 Theatre Dr
St Louis, Missouri 63112