A short drive west from the TriState on I-64 will take you to Year #2 for Music at the Intersection in St. Louis this weekend, September 10-11 , in the Grand Center Arts District.

The two-day music festival features three outdoor stages, art activations, a mural market, artisans, food trucks, and more as it celebrates the culture of art and music in St. Louis while featuring a combination of local and international artists.

The festival opens at 11am on both days.

There are over 50 musicians (rock, blues, soul, funk) including Buddy Guy, Booker T Jones, Gary Clark, Jr, JJ Gray & Mofro, The Urge, Erykah Badu and Rose Royce.


———————————————————————————————— For updates and additional information, visit Music at the Intersection at
www.musicattheintersection.org or follow the festival on social networks: Facebook
(www.facebook.com/MusicAtTheIntersection), Twitter (www.twitter.com/Music_Intersect) and
Instagram (www.instagram.com/MusicAtIntersection).

Music at the Intersection is a citizen effort presented by the Kranzberg Arts Foundation and the Steward Family Foundation. Organized for the first time in 2021, the festival tells the story of the musical, cultural and artistic heritage of Saint-Louis. It celebrates the city’s imprint on the American songbook, the relationship St. Louis has with its sister cities on the Mississippi River, and the musical genres that were born and nurtured locally. Music at the Intersection spotlights national artists as well as St. Louis-based musicians in blues, jazz, soul, R&B, hip-hop, and rock and roll.