St. Louis' Free Summer Music Festival, Music At The Intersection, Returns for Year Two

 In Culture

Just ahead of the official first day of summer (June 20) Jazz St. Louis and Grand Center are kicking off their free summer concert series for St. Louisans. In its second year, Music At The intersection will bring back three vibrant themed evenings of music, food, beer and merriment.

Photo courtesy of Music At The Intersection

Photo courtesy of Music At The Intersection

On June 17, the evening is a funk/soul/hip-hop tribute to Prince from 5pm to midnight, with 13 local bands and DJs taking the stage around Grand Center. Audiences will also enjoy live art and break dancing crews throughout the area. On July 15 , head back to Grand Center on July 15 for an evening of rock and roots music. Close out those summer vibes before fall officially starts (Sept. 22) on Sept. 16 with the festival’s evening dedicated to jazz and blues.

For more information, visit Music At The Intersection on Facebook.

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