Farewell Concert To Be Held At Tower Tee July 8
July 06, 2018
Tower Tee will convert its driving range into an amphitheater for a Sunday, July 8 "farewell concert."
The event is free and open to the public, with free parking available on Tower Tee's lot. Part of the cost of the show will be defrayed through the sale of Anheuser-Busch products. Concert patrons are not permitted to bring their own alcohol.
Bring a chair, blanket, umbrella and lunch, or purchase food from vendors. The musical lineup is as follows:
1 p.m. Rogers & Nienhaus
4 p.m. Joe Dirt & the Dirty Boys
7 p.m. That 80s Band
Tower Tee is located at 6727 Heege Road in Affton. Earlier this year, Tower Tee owner and PGA member Steve Lotz announced that there was no saving Tower Tee. Immediately after the farewell concert, the family-held business will close its doors.
"While it's bittersweet, we are pleased with the extra time allotted to give Tower Tee the appropriate farewell," Lotz said at the time.
Tower Tee, with its batting cages, 18 hole executive golf course, putting greens, mini-golf and driving range, has been in the Lotz family
Following the closing, McBride Homes and J.H. Berra, owners of the property under contract, plan to begin the process of seeking rezoning to allow for construction of
Last Batter Ever
A raffle is currently underway for the lucky few who will be among the final batters to hit balls inside the Tower Tee batting cages.
Raffle tickets are $5 each, with winners chosen at 6 p.m. at the July 8 Farewell Concert. Tickets can be purchased at Tower Tee during regular batting cage hours. Batters will take their final hits between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. on July 10.