Scenes From St. Louis' Big 250th Birthday Bash

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STEVE TRUESDELL
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St. Louis celebrated its 250th birthday with one hot event Tuesday, February 18, on Art Hill in Forest Park. The Burnin' Love Festival, rescheduled from a rainy Valentine's Day, featured music by Pokey Lafarge, "Memories of Elvis" starring Steve Davis, the Royal Rhythm & Blues All Stars, fireworks and plenty of local food and drink. Keeping with the "love" theme, 300 couples had registered to become engaged or re-engaged during the festivities. Photos by Steve Truesdell for the Riverfront Times.

Be sure to check out our full slideshow of the event here.

STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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STEVE TRUESDELL
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