The 22nd Annual Big Muddy Blues Festival will celebrate the musical legacy of St. Louis Labor Day weekend by featuring a 100 percent St. Louis lineup with more than 50 acts on 3 outdoor stages, 3 indoor stages, and two events at the National Blues Museum that will include tributes to Albert King and Tommy Bankhead. Other artists include Marquise Knox, Roland Johnson, Marsha Evans, Jeremiah Johnson, Kim Massie, Boo Boo Davis, Big Mike Aguirre & the Blue City All Stars, David Dee and Big George Brock and many more.

This year the Big Muddy Blues Festival will feature a free Friday night show with Kim Massie &The Solid Senders and Boo Boo Davis. The rest of the weekend will include 8 hours a day of music in a family-friendly (kids 15 and under are free) atmosphere with a wide range of blues, venders, and St. Louis’ favorite food and beverages from Laclede’s Landing bars and restaurants.

St. Louis has one of the most important and thriving music communities in the world. For over 20 years The Big Muddy Blues Festival has featured some of the world’s most talented blues artists. This year the festival aims to celebrate and present the wide range of styles and sounds found on the streets of St. Louis every day. This approach offers attendees a one-of a-kind festival full of world-class talent all in one place, during one weekend, in one of St. Louis most historic neighborhoods – Laclede’s Landing.

The festival will be held at Laclede’s Landing Sept. 1-3. For additional Information or tickets, visit V

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