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Thursday Nights at the Museum | Acoustik Element Holiday Concert

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Kick off your weekend at the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park!
Centering their sound on the nylon-string guitar, St. Louis-based band Acoustik Element is best known for reinventing popular songs by artists such as the Beatles, Santana, and the Eagles while staying true to Latin and jazz standards. This concert will feature a blend of holiday and popular music with a Latin vibe. Arrive early to make paper-bag luminaria and enjoy a winter-themed game of Stump the Historian with Community Tours Manager Amanda Clark. Don your best holiday sweater to be entered to win a private See STL Walking Tour. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

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