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Musical Nights at Oak Knoll Park
September 24 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- Date:08/27/2017 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
- Location:Oak Knoll Park
1 Oak Knoll Park
Clayton, Missouri 63105
- Introduction:Join us in Oak Knoll park for free concerts on the fourth Sunday of each month from 5:00-7:00 pm.
Join us in Oak Knoll park for free concerts on the fourth Sunday of each month from 5:00-7:00 pm. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, and snacks to enjoy with live music near the pond. Access to parking is off of Big Bend. For weather cancellation updates, call the Event Hotline at 314-290-8544.
Sept.: Griffin & the Gargoyles
“Many of us enjoy outdoor concerts in the summer, and one of the loveliest settings for such a soirée is the charming and tranquil Oak Knoll Park in Clayton.
Concerts are held there on the fourth Sunday of each month from June to September. Bands play on the limestone stage next to the pond with the fountain on the south end, near Clayton Road.
Griffin & the Gargoyles will perform from 5:00-7:00 PM on Sunday, September 24. The RFT proclaimed G&G “The Best Cover Band” in all the land, Riverfront Times credited their genre-blurring capability with making the group such a dependable cover band. For weddings, the groups can dust off Sam Cooke and Stevie Wonder. Weekend crowds can expect everything from Flo Rida’s “Low” to the Commodores’ “Easy,” all performed faithfully and exuberantly.
Let’s spend a sublime Sunday evening dining, dancing, and relaxing to the music of Griffin and the Gargoyles!
ADMISSION, SEATING, FOOD: The concert will be free. Bring a lawn chair or blanket, and look for us by the pond with the fountain, near the intersection of Big Bend and Clayton Road. We will arrive a bit early to snag a good spot.
DIRECTIONS & PARKING: The park entrance is on the west side of Big Bend, between Clayton Road and Forsyth. After you enter, drive a short distance and stay right at the fork. Park in the lot and head south (follow the path between the two white buildings). Ahead, you will see the pond with the fountain.”