Music to Move You at the St. Louis Earth Day Festival

Joan of Dark

by Jennifer DeRose on April 10, 2017

in 2017 Festival, Uncategorized

This year, the St. Louis Earth Day festival will feature two days of local music on two stages to set the soundtrack for our epic celebration!

We are proud to feature a wide variety of music on both stages. On Saturday, at the Earth Day Stage, you can rock out to Joan of Dark, dance to Hylidae, get down to the hoedown with the Hobosexuals, swing to the traditional jazz stylings of the Gaslight Squares, and bounce to Arshad Goods, who the Riverfront Times one of the St. Louis Artists poised to break out in 2017.

Sunday at the Earth Day Stage features an another day’s worth of diverse music, including jump-blues from The Loot Rock Gang, pop from Endora, jangly rock and roll from Town Cars, heavy blues/garage rock jams from the Maness Brothers, indie-folk from Letter to Memphis, and music for kids (and adults) from the amazing Celia‘s Sing Along Dance Party!

The Community Stage also offers two days worth of entertainment, from the Riverview Garden High NJROTC and Gentlemen of Vision, to the Showstoppers Dance Troupe, to kids music from Robot+Bike, to Wings Over Water, (breathtaking flight demonstrations with raptors, courtesy of the World Bird Sanctuary), to the School of Rock, and more!

There’s plenty of ways to be entertained at the 2017 St. Louis Earth Day festival – put on your dancing shoes and be sure to check out the talent this city has to offer!

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