Fair St. Louis
“Art Hill provides a natural amphitheatre, a great place to watch fireworks, you know, from over the grand basin,” he says. “But then you’ve got the Arch, and having a concert under the Arch, and seeing the fireworks under the Arch – that’s pretty special, too.”
Blondie & Melissa Etheridge (pictured) will take the stage at Forest Park before a fireworks display.
Fair Saint Louis will have a chain link perimeter fence and plain-clothes police officers to keep the area safe.
Finishing touches are being put on Fair St. Louis, now just two days away.
Fair St. Louis begins in three days and officials say people should review the new transportation before heading out to Forest Park.
Mark your calendar and pack your picnic so you won’t miss any of this season’s best bets.
No matter what your jam sounds like, St. Louis has a festival for you this summer.
Fair Saint Louis is returning to Forest Park, after last year’s success, due to the Arch grounds construction.
Fair Saint Louis Foundation Chairman Parker Condie says attendance in the park was actually higher than it’s been at the Arch grounds.
Kevin visits downtown, usually busy hosting Fair St. Louis, to find out how people are coping without the annual event…