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Blues on the Block - Voodoo Blues Band / Gene Jackson

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This is a FREE outdoor concert experience produced by the National Blues Museum featuring two acts a night. Located at 6th Street and Washington Ave (across from the National Blues Museum), concert-goers will experience the best blues, soul, and R&B in St. Louis. Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs and snacks and enjoy the show! The first set begins at 5:30 PM. While outside alcoholic beverages are not allowed, a bar is available to purchase drinks. Chairs are available for rent. Special thanks to Ameren Corporation, the Regional Arts Commission, Caleres Cares and Greater St. Louis.

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