By The Newsletter 05
Almost everything in St Louis within the famous Forest Park gem is free. You can jog for free, walk your dog for free, host picnics-reunions for free and enter the one of the best Zoo in the country for free.
You can even attend some of the great museum exhibits, that is right all for free. This weekend will be no exception, when one of Forest Park’s most prized possession The Missouri History Museum hosts The St Louis Sound.
This event is a long time coming and of course St Louis’ most popular talents will be part of it. The opening weekend is August 28, and run through Sunday, August 29th, starting promptly at 10:30 am. And you can enjoy the exhibit until January, 2023.
All media agents will be invited to come and interview, chat and hobnob with the performers, guests and organizers. The ribbon cutting ceremony will begin with the man behind the mission, Murphy Lee of The St Lunatics, and the Missouri Historical Society Dr Frances Levine.
We all know that the St Lunatics is a Platinum-Grammy Award winning group, so expect some roaring fans to be in attendance. The first show kicks off with live music from Marko Polo and Fire Dog.
Also there is something to keep the kids busy with art paintings and more. All food will be provided by several great food trucks from the city,providing delicious menus for the guests.
From 3:45pm-5pm, you can catch Murphy and his crew rocking the stage as well just to name a few. All this fun will be at the West Exhibit Gallery within the Missouri History Museum.
The Missouri History Museum is located facing the northern entry of Forest Park, address is 5700 Lindell Blvd., St Louis, MO 63112.
Quote from the site:
During the weekend, enjoy live performances on multiple indoor and outdoor stages, hands-on, family-friendly activities and presentations from the exhibit’s creators.
The free, 6,000-square-foot St. Louis Sound exhibit explores the Gateway to the West’s vibrant musical history from the dawn of recorded sound in the late 1800s to the turn of the 21st century. Nearly 200 artifacts will be on display from national stars, local legends and important venues.
Also please note that face masks will be required inside the museum.
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