Wildey Theatre hosts music, movies and more this summer

The historic theater features community events, including a fashion show in the fall of 2021. 

If you’re looking for something to do this summer, Wildey Theatre has several events going on throughout the summer for people of all ages.


Anthology - A Tribute to the Allman Brothers

June 24 and 25

At an event paying homage to the Allman Brothers, Anthology will perform some of their most popular pieces.


A Little Princess (Wildey $3 Movie Tuesday)

June 28

The 1995 family drama “A Little Princess” is a riches to rags story of a little girl, Sara Crewe, born to an aristocrat. When her father volunteers to fight in World War I, she is sent to an all-girls boarding school, thereafter misfortune comes to her family after her father is wrongfully pronounced dead.


Leonid and Friends

June 29

Viral 11-piece cover band Leonid and Friends will perform hit songs by the rock band Chicago.



July 5

Guitarist and co-owner of the record company Whiskey Bayou Records Tab Benoit will perform a set with simply his guitar, cord, and Category 5 Amplifier.


GYPSY - (45 year Anniversary of Superjam ‘77)

July 8 and 9

On the 45 year anniversary of 1977’s Superjam at Busch stadium, Gypsy will perform the set list from their performance then, as well as other music from their discography.


Ana Popovic

July 14

Five-time Blues Music Awards nominee Ana Popovic will combine blues, jazz, funk and a soulful voice in her performance.


Big Love (Fleetwood Mac Tribute)

July 15 and 16

Big Love, comprised of various St. Louis musicians, will perform a Fleetwood Mac tribute paying homage to all eras of the band’s discography.


STRANGELOVE - The Depeche Mode Experience

Aug. 5

This will be a tribute performance of over two hours of Depeche Mode’s greatest hits.


Dueling Pianos - 90's Mixtape Show edition

Aug. 12

As a throwback to the 90’s, Mike Sonderegger and Julie Simpson will host dueling pianos for a fun night of retro music.


Comedy Night at the Wildey with "Mr. Showtime" DAVID SCOTT

Aug. 19

This is a comedy event held by the Guinness World record holder for the longest stand-up comedy show by an individual: Mr. Showtime, also known as David Scott.

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