August 8 - Lucky Old Sons. The Lucky Old Sons is a four-piece group (piano, saxophone, drums, and electric mandolin) focused on the piano driven roots rock/Americana music from the 50s/60s. They have opened for legendary country star, Clint Black, performed at St. Louis' National Blues Week festivities and Big Muddy Blues Festival, and perform regularly at a variety of different theaters, festivals and concert series throughout the mid-west.
August 22 - St. Louis Wind Symphony. One of the Midwest's premier concert band organizations, this 65-member ensemble is comprised of music educators and professionals from the greater St. Louis region. The ensemble's musical versatility is reflected in its extensive repertoire, which embraces the classical wind literature, new compositions, patriotic showpieces and marches, Broadway show tunes, jazz, holiday music, and more. Performances are tailored to entice, entertain, and educate our audiences. For more information about the Symphony, visit their Website: www.stlwindsym.org.
Concerts are held in the Lions' Amphitheatre in Kirkwood Park and start at 7:00 p.m. The Making Music Concert Series is sponsored by the Kirkwood Arts Commission, with generous support from the Kirkwood Arts Foundation, Kirkwood Parks & Recreation, the Clifford Willard Gaylord Foundation, and the Webster-Kirkwood Times