LOUIS, MO – From interactive displays, photographs and memorabilia, the National Blues Museum is expected to attract music fans to St. Louis from all over the world. Years of planning, development, and fundraising will allow the museum to preserve the historical significance of the blues, including live performances.
On Friday night, April 1st, the Museum is hosting the “Rock & Blues Concert” fundraiser at Lumière Live. Blues artists Big George Brock, Shemekia Copeland, and Bobby Rush will each perform at the show, for a night of fun, celebration, and solid entertainment. The evening will be emceed by Big Llou Johnson, the host of Sirius XM’s Bluesville channel.
The doors will open to the general public at 7pm, and the concert will start at 7:30pm. For this fundraising event, tickets are $125 and can be purchased by calling Casey Jolley, Sales & Events Manager at 314-925-0016 x439. These tickets are only available to purchase by phone.
On Saturday, April 2, the doors to the Museum will open to the public at 10am. We will have live events going on all day inside the Lumiere Place Legends Room, and more special moments that we will share with the public as we get closer to the date.
Proceeds from the event will support the Museum’s efforts to serve the community with inspiring exhibits, engaging educational programs and entertaining special events.
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