Sunday, May 27: Lindenwood Live!


The first of  3 concerts in the Park for 2018 will be held Sunday, May 27, from 6 to 8pm at Lindenwood Park.

Gather up your neighbors and friends and come enjoy the sounds of Proud Larry.


Every U.S. city is chock-full of cover bands, all of which specialize in a specific genre, decade, style, etc. But when was the last time you went to hear a cover band that didn’t include “Pour Some Sugar On Me”, “Brown Eyed Girl” and “Uptown Funk” in their setlist? You’d probably hard-pressed to find one. Enter, Proud Larry. Proud Larry consists of a group of experienced St. Louis musicians whose goal is to play, not only what people can dance to and enjoy, but also, music that you don’t hear every other cover band performing. Proud Larry incorporates into their playlist a wide variety of music from the past to present, with a focus on ’90s alternative hits that your mind may have otherwise put on the back burner. Longtime friends and colleagues, Josh Rodewald (Arythma, Jetpack), Brian Schaeffer (Essence Of Logic, Arythma), Jeff Nations (Rookie Of The Year, The Town Drunks, Essence Of Logic) and Brad Wood, pride themselves on an upbeat, nostalgic songlist that is guaranteed to put feet on the dance floor and hearken listeners back to the days of their favorite tunes of the last four decades. Dust off your CDs, cassettes and vinyl, and get ready for STL’s newest cover band: Proud Larry.

Also: There will again be several food trucks!

Food trucks begin serving at 5pm



The Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association is committed to providing access to individuals with disabilities who wish to attend our summer concerts. Access to any of the concerts in the park will be handled as follows for those who use walkers or wheelchairs:

  1. Arrive at the corner of Pernod and Jamieson
  2. The street barricades will be MARKED FOR DISABLED ACCESS. There will be a person staffing the barricade between 3 – 6pm the day of the concert. Just indicate you need to drop off an individual who needs disabled access. The barricade will be moved to allow entry. The individual needing special access can then be dropped off at the driveway leading into the park.
  3. The person dropping off the individual can exit Pernod via the alley on the north side of the street and use nearby street parking if they are planning to stay for the concert.
  4. Barricades are removed when the concert concludes at 8:15pm allowing the designated car to return to pick up the person needing assistance.

“Lindenwood Live” is sponsored by the Lindenwood Park Neighborhood Association.