Shopping, live music and social distancing this September in St. Louis’ backyard!

Come see what’s happening this September in Maryland Heights!

Maryland Heights Summer Concert Series
Vago Park
September 18th & 25th

Enjoy music with friends and family at Vago Park and the Maryland Heights Summer Concert Series. Cluster Puck will perform on Friday, September 18th. This three-piece band provides an up-beat performance with country influences for listeners of all ages to enjoy. And the Retro Nerds will bring you back to the ‘80’s on Friday, September 25th. Grab some dinner from the food truck! Pre-registration is required, and each ticket is for an 8’x8′ pod that will fit 4 people. All attendees will need to observe the 6 ft social distancing guidelines while attending the concert. If you have 4 or less people attending, please only select 1 attendee if you have 5-8 people attending please select 2 attendees. Limit 2 tickets per person. There is limited seating, so please make sure to reserve your tickets today!

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Chalk the Lot Maryland
Heights Community Center
Saturday, September 19th

Calling all artists! Join the City of Maryland Heights at their 4th annual Chalk the Lot competition. Your spot in the competition is only $5 and comes with a pack of sidewalk chalk. Prizes will be awarded to the first 3 places. All ages and abilities are welcome. Judging will take place at 2 p.m. Social distancing will be observed during this event.

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Arts & Crafts
Market Maryland Heights Community Center
Saturday, September 19th

Get a head start on your holiday shopping as you browse over 20 arts and crafts vendors selling original paintings, photography, garden art, homemade gift-ware, clothing and jewelry. This event will adhere to current St. Louis County COVID-19 guidelines and masks are mandatory. Reserve your time slot you would like to shop today.

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Maryland Heights Night Out
Maryland Heights
Saturday, September 26th

Maryland Heights Night Out (MHNO) is a day to celebrate community and promote a safe and connected city. Participation can range from watching a neighborhood parade to participating in the “Decorate Your Yard” contest. By implementing several ways to participate this year both by socially distancing and providing some virtual options, we hope to form an even tighter community bond during these difficult times. Residents sign up today to participate in this year’s celebration!

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