The summer concert season will bring a new outdoor venue for music fans to enjoy. St. Louis Music Park in Maryland Heights launches May 25 with pop singer Kesha and bounce music artist Big Freedia.
The $9 million boutique amphitheater sits between Hollywood Casino and Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre. The venue is part of the 277,000-square-foot, $85 million Centene Community Ice Center complex, which opened in September as the Stanley Cup-winning Blues’ practice facility. Among other features, the complex includes four ice rinks. Currently, the space where the amphitheater will set up is where the outdoor rink is located.