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Jun 14

Events in St. Louis For July

Events in St. Louis

Celebrate St. Louis

If you’re looking for events to attend in St. Louis in July, you’re in luck! There are tons of celebrations, festivals, and more going on throughout the month, so you’ll never run out of fun stuff to do, but these are the events the Gateway Buick GMC staff are most excited about.

Art Museums in St. Louis

Whether you like art, history, science, the outdoors, sports—St. Louis has something for you. The Saint Louis Art Museum, the Saint Louis University Museum of Art, the Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis, the Missouri History Museum—all of these will hold exciting shows throughout the month of July and on with subjects like classical Chinese art, Baroque masterworks, Tennessee Williams, Urban Planning, and so much more.

Music Festivals in St. Louis

Then there’s the Whitaker Music Festival at the Missouri Botanical Garden, which takes place on July 5, and St. Louis will host plenty of other artists and concert tours throughout the month like Santana, Third Eye Blind, One Republic, and even Steve Martin and Martin Short. Get your tickets now!

St. Louis Sports

St. Louis holds an incredible July 4th celebration every year with a three-day festival in Forest Park. And what better way to celebrate our independence than with our national pastime? The St. Louis Cardinals are playing all summer, and in July they’re up against the Washington Nationals, the Miami Marlins, the New York Mets, and the Colorado Rockies.

Let us know if you go to any of these events and tell all of us at Gateway Buick GMC near St. Louis, MO how you liked them. We would love to hear from you and your family. We think you are going to absolutely love all these things, so get in as many as possible as you can while you are here. You won’t regret it at all!

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