Eden Nights

Near-stage seating at all three Eden Nights Events available for donations to Eden Theological Seminary of $60 or more.
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Eden Nights 2021 – Events Open 5:00 – 9:30 pm
October 14th (Thursday) – Open Mic with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Ensemble, St. Louis Children’s Choir, and More. . . (music begins 6 pm)

October 21st (Thursday) – Oktoberfest Music with Waterloo German Band
(music begins 6 pm)

October 24th (Sunday) – 10th Annual Eden Psalms Festival (7:00 – 8:30 pm)

Open Mic Night

Spend a fun, family-friendly evening on the lawn at Eden Theological Seminary in Webster Groves for the first-ever Eden Nights celebration of St. Louis arts.
Event is Open:  5:00 – 9:30 pm
Purchase food and refreshments onsite.

Music:  6:00 – 8:30 pm
Enjoy a music and performing arts lineup.

St. Louis Symphony
Hear four amazing double bass musicians – Aleck Belcher, David DeRiso, Sarah Hogan Kaiser, and Ron Moberly – of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

St. Louis Children’s Choir

and More

Eden Nights Outdoor Music Festival
Featuring the (famous) Waterloo German Band

Spend a fun, family-friendly evening on the lawn at Eden Theological Seminary in Webster Groves for the first-ever Eden Nights Outdoor Music Festival.

Event is Open:  5:00 – 9:30 pm
Purchase food and refreshments onsite.

Music:  6:00 – 8:30 pm
Enjoy Oktoberfest music by the Waterloo German Band

Eden Seminary’s Tenth Annual Festival of Psalms
“Holding it Together: A Pandemic Psalms Festival”

On the Eden Seminary lawn. 475 East Lockwood Ave., St. Louis, MO 63119

This musical festival follows the St. Louis CROP Hunger Walk that begins with check-in at 4:30 pm on the Eden Seminary campus.

For more information on participating in the St. Louis CROP Hunger Walk www.events.crophungerwalk.org/2021/event/saintlouismo

Food and refreshments available for purchase on the Eden Campus
5:00 – 9:30 pm.

Psalms Festival service begins  7:00 pm

Psalms Festival  “Holding it Together: A Pandemic Psalm Festival.” We imagine an evening that names our experiences of the past 20 months of pandemic life – lament, joy, anger, joy, aloneness, connection, fear, hope. The book of Psalms speaks to all these experiences. As talented, interfaith artists invite us to sing and pray, inspired by these ancient words, we move together toward a place of healing and resilience/recovery.

Psalms Festival  is part of 3-part Eden Nights Outdoor Music Festival 2021