April 10, 2022

Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]

This year marked the tenth year of Lo-Fi Cherokee, a unique event where multiple bands record music videos all in one day along St. Louis' famed Cherokee Street. Started by videographer Bill Streeter, the Lo-Fi Cherokee series always draws out both musicians and spectators.
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Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
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Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING
Lo-Fi Cherokee 2022 Marks 10 Years of the Music Video Festival [PHOTOS]
THEO WELLING