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The Concert at White Haven (Grant's Home) on Friday July 21, has been canceled due to excessive heat.

The 2017 season of the University City Summer will begin its 21st season on Tuesday June 13.

Concerts will be held at our new venue in Heman Park, 1028 Midland Blvd, University City, MO 63130 (park entrance is off Midland, opposite Shaftesbury). All concerts start at 7 PM, last about 80 minutes, and include a short intermission.

PLEASE NOTE: The Heman Park area has easy parking and is well shaded by huge trees, and there is a nice breeze, even on a hot day. There will be plenty of benches for seating, but you are encouraged to bring your own lawn chair, blanket, and picnic. Bring your sunglasses, and your children, too! These are family-friendly concerts. A concession stand will be available.

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UCity Summer Band on St. Louis Public Radio, 90.7 KWMU
A discussion about the UCity Summer Band's performance of the recently re-discovered "Delmar Garden" March, one hundred years after its composition.
Thomas Poshak, Director, UCity Summer Band
Suzanne Schoomer, President of the Board of Directors, UCity Summer Band
Sue Rehkopf, Archivist, Historical Society of University City

The University City Summer Concert Band was recently featured on KSDK.
What All-Star Game? Life goes on for some St. Louisans
By Cordell Whitlock
KSDK -- Baseball did not stop the Clayton Board of Alderman from voting on a smoking ban Tuesday night while the All-Star Game was getting under way at Busch Stadium. Mayor Linda Goldstein says city government trumps athletics.

"I know it's hard to believe and my husband doesn't agree, but sometimes it does," Goldstein said.

It was obviously not a typical summer night Tuesday in St. Louis. Many parks and playgrounds were empty and some outdoor dining spots had thin crowds. But it was business as usual in the University City Loop where the Summer Band Concert Series went on as planned.

Lifelong baseball fan Mary Racen had a choice between baseball and music. Racen choose the latter.

"I don't know what it is but I have to hear this music when I can. It\'s wonderful," she said.

When the concert was over, Racen, as any true Cardinals fan would, rushed home to watch the game on television.

See the full article.

The University City Summer Concert Band was recently featured in The Daily Sauce.

All-American in The Loop
The music's all-American tonight at the Market in the Loop, where the University City Summer Concert Band is set to entertain.

In fact, you can catch the approximately 90 musicians every Tuesday through the end of July. Situated in the shade, they\'ll perform pieces such as The American Civil War Fantasy, The Sound of Music and An Original Dixieland Concerto tonight - with future concerts promising more of the show tunes, marches and original pieces the band is known for.

Don't forget your lawn chairs - and don\'t forget the kids: Little ones are invited up front to help conduct the final piece of each show.