It’s two days of blues, blues, blues at the 17th Annual Big Muddy Blues Festival in St. Louis’ historic Laclede’s Landing this weekend.
The event is one of the country’s best blues music festivals and features more than 30 blues and blues-related bands performing on three outdoor stages from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 1 and Sunday, Sept. 2.
Saturday performers on the Budweiser Main Stage:
- Anita Rosamond & Rich McDonough & The Big Bad Blues Boys
- Roland Johnson & The Voodoo Blues Band
- Roll Over Big Muddy, A Tribute to the Father of Rock n’ Roll, featuring Billy Peek
- Royal Southern Brotherhood
- Joe Louis Walker
Saturday performers on the Pepsi Music Stage:
- Lucky Old Sons
- Miss Jubilee & The Humdingers
- David Dee & The Hot Tracks
- Melissa Neels Band
- Jimmy Lee Kennett Band
Saturday performers on the Morgan Street Stage:
General admission tickets are $10/day.
Bronze Level tickets at $25 a day give you an assigned seat directly in front of the Budweiser Main Stage.
Silver Level tickets, $65 a day, give you access to the backstage rooftop CAO VIP Lounge & Bar and complimentary food. a meet-and-mingle with various Big Muddy performers, entrance to the Cigar Bar, free parking and private bathroom facilities.
The Gold Level tickets ($85 a day) give you access to the backstage rooftop CAO VIP Lounge & Bar, complimentary food and three drinks of your choice, a meet-and-mingle with various Big Muddy performers, access to the Cigar Bar, an assigned seat in front of the Budweiser Main Stage, free parking and private bathroom facilities.
The Gold and Bronze Level tickets are available in advance only and will not be available at the event. The Silver Level tickets are limited and may sell out in advance. If any are available at the door, sales are cash only.