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    Events to Attend in September in St. Louis

    St. Louis’ Greek Festival | August 31 – September 3

    This annual event attracts thousands of visitors who enjoy music, dancing and some of the best Greek food you’ll find anywhere. The event kicks off Friday night and continues through Labor Day.

    Fall Art Fair at Queeny Park | August 31 – September 2

    The Art Fair at Queeny Park showcases more than 130 artists from 20 states showcasing works in various media including painting, sculpture and jewelry making.

    Big Muddy Blues Festival | August 31 – September 2

    Held at Laclede’s Landing every Labor Day weekend, this festival attracts performers and blues fans from around the globe.  The 23rd Annual Big Muddy Blues Festival brings 3 outdoor stages, 4 indoor stages, 65+ St. Louis musicians, and 19 hours of music throughout the landing.  This years festival includes Marquise Knox, Kim Massie, Soulard Blues Band, Big George Brock, Big Mike & The Blu City All Stars and more will all be performing.

    Japanese Festival  | September 1 – 3

    The Missouri Botanical Gardens hosts the Annual Japanese Festival in honor of the history, culture and people of Japan. This festival is one of the largest and oldest of its kind in the U.S.

    Saint Louis Art Fair | September 7 – 9

    If you want to see one of the best art fairs in the country, head to Clayton Business District for the annual St. Louis Art Fair. This three day exhibition of visual and performing arts features the fine art works from 181 nationally recognized artists.

    LouFest Music Festival |  September 8 – 9

    Loufest descends upon Forest Park for twos day of national, regional and local artists and more. The 2018 LouFest lineup includes Robert Plant And The Sensational Space Shifters, Modest Mouse, Kacey Musgraves, T-Pain, Brothers Osborne, The Head and the Heart and more.  If you’re attending Loufest, view our guide.

    St. Louis Symphony Free Concert in Forest Park | September 12

    Pack a picnic, grab a blanket and enjoy St. Louis Symphony’s FREE concert in Forest Park at 7pm. The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra performs classical favorites at the base of Art Hill, closing with an impressive firework display. Invite your family and friends to join us for one of St. Louis’ favorite musical events of the year!

    Taste of St. Louis | September 14 – 16

    The best restaurants in town will be showing off their finest dishes at the Taste of St. Louis. The three day event features food, art, music, cooking demonstrations and more. The Taste of St. Louis will be held at the Chesterfield Amphitheater. Admission is free.

    Great Forest Park Balloon Race and Glow | September 14 – 15

    Founded in 1973, The Great Forest Park Balloon Race is celebrating its 46th year. Come out and enjoy one of St. Louis’ most popular events.  It all begins with the Balloon Glow on Friday night. Then, crowds return to Forest Park the following day for the big race.  Along with the balloon races, the event also features pony rides, local musical entertainment and concessions. It’s full of family fun!

    HOP in the City Beer Festival | September 15

    This is one of Schlafly’s largest festivals and they’re going all out for the 20th HOP in the City Anniversary! Sample over 40 different styles and six specialty tappings that you may not find anywhere else, ever. It’s a day of live, local music, festival fare and brewers getting a chance to show off what they love to do most, create beer. Tickets are on sale on Schlafly’s website.

    South Grand Fall Fest | September 15

    The South Grand Business District will be hosting their fifth annual Fall Festival on September 15.  With shopping, live music and family activities, Fall Fest on South Grand Blvd is a can’t-miss event for all ages – and its free.

    The Old Webster Jazz & Blues Festival | September 15

    Non-stop jazz and blues music from two stages showcasing St. Louis’ most talented performers plus food and drink from area restaurants. There will also be street entertainers with face-painting, juggling and balloons.

    Q in the Lou | September September 21 – 23

    Bar-b-que lovers can enjoy all their favorites at Q in the Lou in Kiener Plaza in downtown St. Louis. The three-day festival features top BBQ chefs from all over the country cooking up their most popular recipes, great live music, and of course, the best barbecue in America.

    The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival | September 21 – 23

    The Greater St. Louis Hispanic Festival celebrates the food, music and cultures of Latin America. This year, the annual event will be held at Soulard Park just south of downtown St. Louis. The three day festival is truly a feast for the senses. There are Mexican salsa bands, folk dancers and popular Hispanic food.

    Augusta’s 13th Annual Harvest Festival | September 21 – 23

    The annual Harvest Festival takes place in beautiful Augusta, MO. The festival features a concert & picnic in the vineyard, and A Taste of Historic Augusta.

     

    List from ExploreStLouis.com

    www.explorestlouis.com/2018-st-louis-fall-festivals-events-guide/

     

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