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Sheldon Concert Hall has become "The Sheldon" to the wide array of locals who make their way through its historic doors on a regular basis to soak up a variety of live entertainment. It was built in 1912 and opened to the public later that year thanks to the talents of architect Louis C. Spiering. He used the popular 1904 World’s Fair in the heart of the nation as his personal motivation for building the impressive venue that remains sturdy and comfortable to this day.
Many establishments built during the first few decades of the 20th century have had the pleasure of hosting some amazing events over the years. But Sheldon Concert Hall gained a distinction all its own throughout the first half of the final century of the millennium by hosting not only former Pres. Dwight Eisenhower and poignant author Ernest Hemingway, but also internationally-recognized genius Albert Einstein.
As was the case with many concert halls and live entertainment venues that opened in the early years of American entertainment, they struggled to define themselves throughout the 60s and 70s. A member of the Duke Ellington Orchestra purchased the facility back in 1974. It was sold and bought once again in 1984 by a well-known California attorney, who drummed up the proper support for the building to be gently renovated in the following years. It re-opened with ambitious intentions, and it currently hosts over 300 events each calendar year.
The interior is now modern, sleek, and dialed down, yet spacious and welcoming. An incredibly wide range of events occur in any given month or week at the venue located just 2 miles to the east of the heart of downtown St. Louis. Now is the time to check out our large selection of affordable ticket options.