Music on Main

Come to St. Charles the third Wednesday of each month between May and September for Music on Main.  This free outdoor concert series takes place from 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM in the 100 - 200 blocks of North Main St.  Bring your lawn chairs.  Food and drink is available to purchase (NO outside alcohol permitted).

There is no parking along this section of North Main St.  Parking is available in the lots along Riverside Dr. as well as in the parking garage at the St. Charles City Hall.  See our detailed map of downtown for more information.

 Rogers & Nienhaus  

MAY 18, 2016 

The Rogers & Nienhaus Band.  Two exceptional musicians with a lifelong career of performances on the world stage.  With pristine harmonies and searing instrumentation, they are truly a "not to be missed" act!


 JUNE 15, 2016

Serapis. A classic American band in every sense of the word.  Originating in garages of a midwestern town, these guys honed their craft with millions of hours logged in smoke-filled bars and stages nation-wide.  From the beginning, their choice has always been to play "something different" - to champion the unsung heroes, and not to simply recite the hits. They have been able to pull off this stunt for so many years simply by being good musicians and entertainers.

 Silver Bullet - a tribute to Bob Seger  

JULY 20, 2016

Silver Bullet - A Tribute to Bob Seger. Born in the winter of 2005 as a tribute to the ultimate songwriter.  The group is made of five members, complete with four part harmonies, keyboards, and the lead singer playing an acoustic guitar just like the real Bob Seger.

  Trip Daddies  

AUGUST 17, 2016

Trip Daddys Band.  St. Louis hell-bent rockers the Trip Daddys have been molding their rowdy rock ways since the mid-'90s. Guitarist/frontman Craig Straubinger, bassist Jamey Almond, and drummer Dave Easley have been perfecting the punk rock snarls over rollicking riffs since 1996, playing shows alongside the likes of Dick Dale, BR-549, Brian Setzer, and Speedealer.

 Butch Wax & The Hollywoods  

SEPTEMBER 21, 2016

Butch Wax & The Hollywoods.  The 10 member band from St. Louis features 2 keyboard players, 3 female singers, horns, and a fabulous rhythm section that is funky, soulful, and fun - and second to none.