The Big Muddy Blues Festival, which takes place downtown every year on Labor Day weekend, returns this year with three stages on Laclede's Landing and a headlining set from New Orleans' Dr. John.
Tickets are on sale now -- they range from $10 a day for general admission to $85 per day for Gold Level VIP passes. The tickets get you in front of the main stage; the other two are free. The full schedule is below.
Saturday, September 1st
Main stage 1pm Anita Rosamond & Rich McDonough & The Big Bad Blues Boys 3pm Roland Johnson & The Voodoo Blues Band 5pm Roll Over Big Muddy, A Tribute to the Father of Rock n' Roll, featuring Billy Peek 7pm Royal Southern Brotherhood 9pm Joe Louis Walker
Lucas Street Stage 1pm Lucky Old Sons 3pm Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers 5pm David Dee & The Hot Tracks 7pm Melissa Neels Band 9pm Jimmy Lee Kennett Band
Morgan Street Stage 1:30pm Marcell Strong & The Apostles 3:30pm Big Mike Aguirre & The Blu-City All-Stars 5:30pm Cee Cee James 7:30pm Vince Martin & Friends 9:30pm Marsha Evans & The Coalition
Sunday, September 2nd
Main stage 1pm Funky Butt Brass Band 3pm Aaron Kamm & The One Drops 5pm At Last, A Tribute to Etta, featuring Kim Massie with special guest artists, Marsha Evans & Renee Smith 7pm Ana Popovic 9pm Dr. John
Lucas Street Stage 1pm Scott Kay & The Continentals 3pm Billy Barnett Band 5pm Mississippi Fever 7pm Charles "Skeet" Rodgers & The InnerCity Blues Band featuring the Lovely Miss Hi-C 9pm Marquise Knox
Morgan Street Stage 1:30pm The Renee Smith Band 3:30pm Soul Reunion 5:30pm Bible Belt Sinners 7:30pm Soulard Blues Band 9:30pm Eric "Guitar" Davis & The Troublemakers
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