Rockwell Beer Co.

Outside Event

Fest-of-Ale // Botanical Gardens

Join the Young Friends of the Garden for the 15th annual Fest-of-Ale. This event celebrates local breweries as they bring their best offerings to the Garden for tasting.

Event proceeds benefit the EarthWays Center.

Ticket price includes a commemorative glass, beer sampling, and live music by Wax Museum. Food available for purchase.

21+ only event

Space is limited and reservations are required.

$40 Garden members
$50 Nonmembers
$15 Designated drivers
Tickets Available at link below
https://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/fest-of-ale-3000

The Factory Promotion, Death Cab For Cutie

Join Rockwell as we celebrate our tap launch at The Factory Venue. Tickets can be purchased from The Factory Website https://www.thefactorystl.com/event/death-cab-for-cutie/

Best Of Missouri Market

9:00AM–5 p.m.
The Best of Missouri Market returns to the Missouri Botanical Garden this fall with nearly 100 vendors offering handcrafted items, locally produced food, and much more.

This beloved fall festival features food, crafts, native plants, herbs, custom jewelry, handcrafted items, and more.

Best Of Missouri Market

9:00AM–5 p.m.
The Best of Missouri Market returns to the Missouri Botanical Garden this fall with nearly 100 vendors offering handcrafted items, locally produced food, and much more.

This beloved fall festival features food, crafts, native plants, herbs, custom jewelry, handcrafted items, and more.

Best Of Missouri Market

noon–8 p.m.
The Best of Missouri Market returns to the Missouri Botanical Garden this fall with nearly 100 vendors offering handcrafted items, locally produced food, and much more.

This beloved fall festival features food, crafts, native plants, herbs, custom jewelry, handcrafted items, and more.

Porchfest STL

PorchFestSTL is a unique event featuring local bands on neighborhood porches. Admission is free and attendees walk from porch to porch choosing from a diverse music selection. This neighborhood-wide music festival is the first of its kind in St. Louis.