Join us Saturday, September 3rd and Sunday, September 4th at the National Blues Museum for educational tributes to Johnny Johnson and Henry Townsend
National Blues Museum
615 Washington Ave.
A discounted museum admission of $10 has been generously made available by our sponsor, the National Blues Museum. Festival Wristband required.
Big Muddy Blues Festival entertainment on Laclede’s Landing begins at 3pm both days- gates open at 1pm
The Big Muddy Blues Festival will have a lot more bands than last year, and 3 stages!
All Big Muddy Blues Festival stages will feature tremendous live music well into the night with the headliners performing each night on Main Stage starting around 9:30 p.m. each night.
New addition to the festival will include:
Piano Showcase featuring Dean Minderman, Ethan Leinwand & James Matthews
Laclede’s Landing will feature live Blues inside 3 clubs at various points of the day and evening. So when you feel like ducking inside to grab a bite to eat or rest your feet, don’t fear you will still be treated to some fabulous Blues music.
Musicians scheduled to be performing at this year’s Big Muddy Blues Festival are 100% local talent!
Click Here to See This Year’s Big Muddy Blues Festival Lineup!
Trailnet works to enable and encourage people to walk and bike in St. Louis. That’s why they’re hosting a “slow roll” bicycle ride to the Big Muddy Blues Festival on Saturday, September 3.
Meet Trailnet at Big Daddy’s in Soulard at 1 p.m. on Saturday for a drink, then ride a few miles to the festival with a bunch of other cool folks. Trailnet will also be hosting a free bike valet on Saturday. Simply park your bicycle and go enjoy the festivities!
No Cans, No Coolers, No Bottles, No Backpacks
The following items are prohibited at Big Muddy:
- Large Purses