More than 50 acts including Erykah Badu and Gary Clark Jr. will perform across four outdoor stages in St. Louis, MO this fall, September 10-11 for Music at the Intersections’ second annual music festival.
The R&B and Blues icons are joined by international, national, and regional acts some of which have direct ties to the St. Louis area.
Music at the intersection is a civic-led effort presented by Kranzberg Arts Foundation in partnership with Steward Family Foundation and the Regional Arts Commission (RAC) of St. Louis. First held in 2021, the festival tells the story of St. Louis’ musical, cultural and artistic heritage. It celebrates the city’s imprint on the American Songbook and the relationship St. Louis has with the musical genres that have been birthed and fostered locally.
Music at the Intersection gives a spotlight to national acts as well as St. Louis-based musicians across blues, jazz, R&B, hip-hop, and rock and roll.
This year, Music at the Intersection will feature tributes to St, Louis legends Tina Turner, Albert King, and Henry Townsend, as well a special celebration of Montez Coleman.
For more information and to purchase tickets, visit https://musicattheintersection.org