Welcome to the St Louis Walk of Fame!

The St. Louis Walk of Fame honors notable people from St. Louis, Missouri, who made contributions to the culture of the United States. All inductees were either born in the Greater St. Louis area or spent their formative or creative years there.

The 150+ stars are located along 6 blocks of The Delmar Loop – designated “One of the 10 Great Streets in America” by the American Planning Association.

A black and white head and shoulders shot of scuptor Harry Weber. He is smiling widely into the camera.

Sculptor Harry Weber Induction Ceremony

Free to the public

Renowned sculptor of sports icons and historical figures Harry Weber himself will be accepting!

Wednesday, June 21, 2023
11:30 am

A live ragtime band starts playing at 11:00 am

In front of Peacock Diner at 6261 Delmar in The Loop

About Harry Weber

Born: June 11, 1942

St. Louisan Harry Weber’s larger-than-life bronze sculptures of famous sports and historical figures grace stadiums and public spaces across the US, China, and Africa. His expressive sculptures give the sense that the figures are actually in motion with a fluidity that captures the emotional vitality of the moment. He vividly brought to life everyone he depicted whether it was the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame baseball players in action, Boston Bruins hockey icon Bobby Orr exuberantly flying across the ice after a Cup-winning goal, Chuck Berry rocking and rolling with his guitar as if right on stage, or the striking portrait of Dred & Harriet Scott outside the courthouse where they began their fight for freedom from slavery.

Michael and Leon Spinks when they are young. They are in their boxing gloves.

World Heavyweight Boxing Champions Michael & Leon Spinks Induction Ceremony

Free to the public

World champion boxer Michael Spinks himself will be accepting!

Wednesday, June 26, 2023
11:30 am

A live ragtime band starts playing at 11:00 am

6217 Delmar in The Loop

About Michael & Leon Spinks

Michael Born:  July 22, 1956     Leon Born: July 11, 1953

St. Louis-born boxers Michael and Leon Spinks made history in 1976 as the first brothers to win Olympic gold medals in the same year. They later became the first brothers to win the world heavyweight championship as pros. In 1981 Michael won the WBA light heavyweight title and in 1983 began his reign as the undisputed world light heavyweight champion. He moved up to the heavyweight class in 1985 and won the world heavyweight championship. Powered by his “Spinks Jinx” dynamite right hand, he won 31 of 32 fights, 21 by knockout. Leon Spinks, in just his 8th pro fight, became the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world in 1978. His defeat of Muhammad Ali for the crown was one of the most monumental upsets in boxing history.