Visitors to St. Louis have many entertainment options within the Downtown West neighborhood, but few can match the wide variety of performers and musical artists who have been hosted at the city’s historic Stifel Theatre. Located just to the west of the Mississippi River one block northwest of St. Louis City Hall, this popular venue is proficient at scheduling tour stops from prominent musicians, comedians and performers, so it is important to book Stifel Theatre parking with BestParking prior to the event for a hassle-free visit. Originally known as the Municipal Opera House, then Kiel Opera House and Peabody Opera House, the theatre has attracted public appearances and performances by musicians, comedians and other pop culture figures since it opened in April 1934. What was then the Kiel Opera House was the site of a speech by President Harry S. Truman in October 1948, in addition to a seminal June 1965 show by the Rat Pack’s Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and Frank Sinatra along with Johnny Carson. Well-known musicians such as Ray Charles, Diana Ross, The Doors, Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Johnny Cash, Duke Ellington, Jimmy Buffett and Liberace have performed at Stifel Theatre in the past. Recent performers include Gabriel Iglesias, Neko Case, Alt J, David Sedaris, Sebastian Maniscalco, Morrissey, Father John Misty, Bob Dylan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Jojo Siwa, Tom Segura and Death Cab for Cutie, among many other top artists. This stately theatre never hesitates to impress guests with its wide range of events, so it is important to book Stifel Theatre parking in advance with BestParking.