Hot Summer Nights Concert Series in Historic Frenchtown. Enjoy a FREE outdoor summer concert on the second Saturday in the months of June-September. Food and drink will be available for purchase from food trucks and local breweries beginning at 6pm. Concert begins at 7pm. Bring your lawn chairs! Concerts will be held in the 600-900 blocks of N. Second Street. See website for more info.
June 10th | Country Music Night | Whiskey Morning and Father Jumanji
July 8th | Classic Rock Night | Anthology
August 12th | Jazz Night | Ben Lacy and Tim Cunningham
September 9th | Bluegrass Night | Special Consensus
Historic Frenchtown is located in St. Charles, Missouri. It is roughly bounded by North Fifth Street to the west, Clark Street to the south, French Street to the North and the Missouri River to the east. It was designated as a Historic District in 1991 and is comprised of historic buildings from between 1830 and 1940. The American Car and Foundry Company building, now home to the Foundry Art Centre, was built in 1865 is located there. Historic Frenchtown has become a center for events throughout the year featuring a Mardi Gras parade, free concerts, art shows and more!
Please check the website listed on each event to get the most up-to-date information.