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6238 Alexander Drive Clayton, MO 63105 | Clayton |
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THE CHAPEL is a not-for-profit music venue, performance space and art gallery. Through generous supporters, THE CHAPEL provides all services free of charge to artists and musicians. Bands always take all of their cover. Theatre groups are not charged rent. Artists take full commission for work sold. Drinks are always free - donated by friends of THE CHAPEL. We support St. Louis as it positions itself as a premier city for the arts and music.

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