While other events are moving out of Downtown St. Louis, we are proud to return to the historic cobblestone streets of Laclede’s Landing. Adjacent to the infamous Gateway Arch, on the bank of the festival’s namesake, the mighty Mississippi… we couldn’t imagine a better place to host the 18th Annual Big Muddy Blues Festival than the historic Laclede’s Landing.
The Big Muddy Blues Festival represents culture, diversity, heritage, pride and tradition. In a year when we are celebrating St. Louis’ 250th birthday, we honor the great city that has played such a dynamic role in the cultivation of the great American music known as “The Blues”. Laclede’s Landing is where St. Louis first originated, it only makes sense to celebrate our musical heritage at the historical home of this great city of St. Louis.
Labor Day weekend will see an amazing, diverse array of Blues and Blues-inspired talent. Join our mailing list to keep updated on news and for first grabs on Budweiser Main Stage tickets.
In the meantime, enjoy some video highlights from 2013′s festival. Maybe you’ll spot yourself!