Marking its sixth anniversary, LouFest takes over Forest Park’s Central Field Sept. 12-13. Unveiling a list reaching almost as high as the city’s famous arch, organizers said Billy Idol, Nate Ruess, Umphrey’s McGee, Lord Huron, J.J. Grey & Mofro, Pokey LaFarge, Blue October, Misterwives and Albert Hammond Jr. will also appear.
But we’re still skimming the lineup. Digging a bit deeper shows Milo Greene, Strand Of Oaks, Robert DeLong, Delta Rae and Colony House are making a date with LouFest.
But music, albeit the big attraction, is just one of the building blocks making up LouFest. The event prides itself on offering the best food and drink St. Louis has to offer, all curated through the Nosh Pit.
And don’t leave your kids at home. “LouKidz,” offers family-friendly activities, including music, dance and crafts. Plus, children 12 and under are admitted to the festival free of charge as long as they are accompanied by ticketed adults.
Speaking of which, regular two-day passes priced at an all-inclusive $95 went on sale today (May 15). VIP options are available. Click here for more info.