Florissant Fine Arts Council
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The City of Florissant has announced the performers for the outdoor summer concert series. The performers and locations are listed below. All concerts begin at 7 p.m., except for the July 4 concert, which starts at 7:30 p.m. and the Fall Festival concerts, which begin at 1 and 3 p.m.

“Music Under the Stars” 2016 summer concert series gratefully acknowledges financial support from the Regional Arts Commission and the Missouri Arts Council. Dates and shows are subject to change. All concerts are outdoors. Bring your lawn chairs and/or blankets for lawn seating. Light refreshments are available. For weather updates call (314) 921-4466.

All dates and concerts are subject to change as contract negotiations are still underway.

Fanfare Band featuring Kittie Moller
Aug 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm


Fanfare plays a variety of styles of music with a great deal of, well…FANFARE! Fanfare features the lead vocalist Kittie Moller whose vocals will capture and enthrall you. The music they play will take you all over the sound spectrum with music that includes Motown, R&B, Classic Rock, Disco, Pop, Country, Standards & Jazz, Big Band and music of today.

Boeing Employees Concert Band
Aug 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Boeing Employees’ Concert Band starts its thirty-fifth season this fall.

The Boeing Employees’ Concert Band was formed in 1979, as a club in The Boeing Company Recreation Unit, through the initial efforts of Matt Thornton. The first conductor was Howard Akers, a composer/conductor and arranger who was respected as a fine musician throughout the country. He also donated a large collection of music from his library as editor of Carl Fisher Music Company.

The band plays a wide range of music from lively marches to show tunes, great classics arranged for band and holiday music appropriate to the season.

Bob Kuban Brass
Oct 8 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Performing at the Fall Festival in the 100 block of rue St. Francois at 1:00pm and 3:00pm.

Born in St. Louis, Bob graduated from Washington University and St. Louis Institute of Music before hitting it big with Bob Kuban and The In-Men in 1966, and their top ten hit “The Cheater”. Gaslight Square, and his association with Ike & Tina Turner, heavily influenced his musical taste.

Bob Kuban and The In-Men blazed their way to the top of the charts with their top 40 hit, The Cheater. The original In-Men included John Michael Krenski (bass), Gregory Hoeltzel (organ), Walter Scott (vocals), Patrick Hickson (tenor sax and trumpet), Harry Simon (saxophone), Emil Pat Schulte (guitar) and Paul Skip Weisser (trombone).

With help from Johnny Rabbit, Don Pietro’Monaco, at KXOK radio in St. Louis, The Cheater blasted its way to the top of the charts on St. Louis’ Sing-a-Long Survey, spending three weeks at #1 on Billboard, St. Louis’ Top Sellers. Bob Kuban and The In-Men appeared on “Dick Clark’s American Bandstand”, “Where the Action Is” and the soap opera “Never Too Young”. Returning to St. Louis, Bob Kuban and The In-Men were honored to perform at the first Cardinal Baseball game played at Busch Memorial Stadium in downtown St. Louis. Bob Kuban and The In-Men are also featured in the television series “Where are They Now -‘One Hit Wonders'” on VH1.

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