If you’re going to be in St. Louis this weekend, you surely won’t want to miss the city’s annual LouFest being held in Forest Park. Returning for its seventh year, LouFest will feature two days of music, good vibes, and fun. From Sept 10th-11th, the city’s liveliest festival will host more than 30 national and local acts, and is a sure way to end your summer with a bang!
Since 2010, LouFest’s creator, Listen Live Entertainment, has been churning out the fun and this year is expected to be nothing short of amazing. LouFest has brought several big names to the city, such as Outkast, The Killers, and Ludacris. Last year, more than 50,000 music lovers from all over came to experience these great artists and to get a taste of St. Louis’s local music scene. This year, festival goers should expect the same, plus a sure to be amazing performance by the Queen herself, Ms. Lauryn Hill.
If you get hungry for more than the jams, LouFest’s NoshPit will host several local restaurants that are sure to make your mouth water. In between the music, you can feast on dishes from restaurants such as: Mission Taco Joint, Salt + Smoke BBQ, Sugarfire Smokehouse, and other great places.
Music lovers are also encouraged to take a stroll through LouFest Market Square to check out art, clothing, and more from St. Louis’s creative community. Goodies like Jord’s Wood Watches and Coco Loco Jewelry are sure to be the envy of everyone who missed it.
Not trying to melt in the sweltering September heat? You could enjoy shaded lounge seating, complementary beer and wine, and other sweet treats as a LouFest VIP guest. VIP passes include other goodies such as mini spa treatments, catered lunch and dinner, and VIP viewing areas at the BudLight and Forest Park stages.
In the spirit of past years, the LouFest team continues its partnership with the City of St. Louis Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry and Forest Park Forever to ensure the music festival preserves and showcases the beauty of Forest Park.
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