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Casa Loma Ballroom

3354 Iowa Ave St. Louis, MO 63118 | St. Louis - South City | 314-282-2258

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Built in 1927, the Casa Loma Ballroom's historic space off of south city's Cherokee Street has played host to lively events for decades. Once inside, visitors get transported into a magical venue of varying olden eras filled with swing dancing, jazz, burlesque and the south side's own living time capsule, Pokey Lafarge. With room for 850 guests, Casa Loma's room and catering is also available for wedding receptions, meetings and, of course, any event that involves cutting a rug.


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