Laclede's Landing Blog Posts

Magic Slim & the Teardrops, Moreland & Arbuckle and Five Others Among 2010 BMBF Main Stagers

Big Muddy Blues Festival, St. Louis’ largest and longest-running Blues-focused music event, is back for its 15th year at Laclede’s Landing in downtown St. Louis this Labor Day weekend (Saturday, Sept. 4 and Sunday, Sept. 5, noon to 11pm each day) We’re really excited about this year’s list of performers, as it includes some of the most well-known and talented local and national Blues musicians. The main stage performers include (so far):

Over 30 bands will be performing at this year’s Big Muddy Blues Festival on Laclede’s Landing. We will soon be announcing the full list and exact times for all sets. Continue watching this blog and the Laclede’s Landing event page for updates, details, a few surprises, and interviews with some of this year’s performers.

Big Muddy Blues Festival is held annually at Laclede’s Landing, St. Louis’ oldest district and only riverfront entertainment and dining district. “The Landing,” as it’s known locally is located just north of the Gateway Arch and east of the Edeward Jones Dome. Parking is available and visitors can also arrive via the Arch-Laclede’s Landing Metrolink stop. For questions, email info@lacledeslanding.com (preferred) or call (314) 241.5875.

About Laclede's Landing

Laclede's Landing is St. Louis' oldest district -- the point from which the rest of the city rose. As it exists today, the Landing (as it's known locally) is made up of truly unique restaurants, bars and street level shops inside the district's century-old buildings.