Big Muddy Blues Festival 2012

4039 days ago.

The Big Muddy Blues Festival, a festival that is now in it’s 17th year, which boasts the region’s largest Blues music event, with over 60,000 people coming in from around the country to participate, is finally here!

St. Louis will once again be overflowing with thousands of people, strolling the cobblestone streets of Laclede’s Landing to hear music from some of the best soul, R&B, rockabilly and jazz musicians in the region.

Saturday, September 1st – 12pm-11pm

Budweiser Main Stage

1pm – Anita Rosamond, Rich McDonough and The Big Bad Blues Boys
3pm – Roland Johnson and The Voodoo Blues Band
5pm – Roll Over Big Muddy ft. Billy Peek
7pm – Royal Southern Brotherhood
9pm – Joe Louis Walker


Sunday, September 2nd – 12pm-11pm

Budweiser Main Stage

 1pm – Funky Butt Brass Band
3pm – Aaron Kamm & The One Drops
5pm – At Last ft Kim Massie, Marsha Evans and Renee Smith
7pm – Ana Popovic
9pm – Dr. John


And that’s not even all of them! Check out the artists on The Pepsi Music Stage and the Morgan Street Stage here.

Along with the music comes:

  • Delicious food from The Landing restaurants, like the best sushi in St. Louis (in my opinion) from The Drunken Fish, awesome wings from Joey B’s or their Cowboy Burger (voted best burger in St. Louis by St. Louis magazine) and many more.
  • Great drink specials from The Landing bars like Morgan Street Brewery, featuring handcrafted beer and Joey B’s featuring the wall of shots (up to 124 currently).
  • Fun entertainment before, during and after the festival at downtown hot spots like The Big Bang-St. Louis’ best dueling piano bar, Big Daddy’s and Heartbreaker’s Saloon with nightly entertainment ranging from hula hoopers to fire throwers to bar dancers and more, plus Lumiere Casino for all night gambling!

General admission tickets are $10/day or you can purchase Bronze, Silver or Gold Level tickets with backstage VIP access, complimentary food and drinks and reserved front row seating plus free parking and private bathrooms.

 30 bands, 20 hours of music, 3 stages, unlimited fun


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