During the three-day festival (Sept. 10-12) all weekend and single-day pass ticket holders will be required to show proof of vaccine or negative test at box office check-in before receiving their daily wristband.
Guests will need to bring a photo ID and either their physical vaccination card or a photo of their vaccination card. Unvaccinated patrons and children under 12 must provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test: either a PCR test taken within 72 hours of box office check in or an antigen test taken within 24 hours. Guests must also wear a face mask at all indoor venues. Click here for full COVID policy.
Music at the Intersection, September 10-12, 2021, will celebrate St. Louis’ rich and diverse musical heritage. From Jazz to Blues, Soul to Hip Hop, and everything in between. Featuring such musical greats as Lalah Hathaway, Gregory Porter, Roy Ayers, and many more. This festival will highlight over 60 acts on six world-renowned stages over three days throughout Grand Center’s Arts District.
Mask up and get down!
For more information visit MusicAtTheIntersection.org.
ARTIST LINE UP
Lalah Hathaway, Gregory Porter, Roy Ayers, Keyon Harrold, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Booker T. Jones, The Soul Rebels ft. GZA, Bettye LaVette, Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen, DāM-FunK, Don Bryant featuring The Bo-Keys, The Baylor Project, Ikebe Shakedown, Mike Zito, Tonina, The Mighty Pines, Brothers Lazaroff, iLLPHONiCS, Nikki Hill, Marquise Knox, Blvck Spvde, Funky Butt Brass Band, Huntertones, Denise Thimes, Selwyn Birchwood, Anita Jackson, Midwest Avengers, John Henry, One Way Traffic, Clark Terry Centennial Project, Naked Rock Fight, Beth Bombara, Kenny DeShields, LoopRat, Parisian, Dave Grelle’s Playadors, Sample Kulture, Mark Harris II, Katarra, Be.Be & The Neosouls, Ryan Marquez, Scooter Brown, Cara Louise Band, Hillary Fitz Band, Jr. Clooney, The Scandaleros, Kaleb Kirby, Brady Lewis, Ben Wheeler, Syna So Pro, Brother Francis & The Soultones, Heartcave, Roland Johnson, Western States, We Are Root Mod, 18andCounting and TheOnlyEnsemble, Brock Seals, Janet Evra, DJ Nune is Lamar Harris, DJ James Biko, DJ Tom “Papa” Ray, DJ G.Wiz
Tickets are offered as all-weekend or single-day passes. Limited VIP tickets are available and include premium seating at The Fabulous Fox, parking and VIP bar service.
All-weekend, three-day pass: $160 ($300 VIP)
On sale Tuesday, May 18 at 10 a.m.
Friday day-pass: $55 ($90 VIP)
Saturday day-pass: $70 ($120 VIP)
Sunday day-pass: $70 ($120 VIP)
On sale Tuesday May 25 at 10 a.m.
All tickets can be purchased directly at MetroTix or by phone at 314-534-1111.
In addition to all-weekend ($160) and single-day passes ($55-$70), Music at the Intersection is offering a livestream ticket that will allow fans to virtually watch all 10 shows taking place at Fabulous Fox Theatre, including the festival’s headliners Roy Ayers, Gregory Porter and Lalah Hathaway. Weekend livestream tickets can be purchased for just $25, providing an affordable and accessible option to music fans in St. Louis and across the country. All tickets can be purchased directly at MetroTix.com or by phone at 314-534-1111.
All guests are required to follow Music at the Intersection, Kranzberg Arts Foundation and participating venue COVID-19 mitigations policies.
Current festival policies (which may continue to evolve in the lead-up to September) are available here.
- Heartcave (7 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.)
- Beth Bombara (8 p.m. – 9:15 p.m.)
- The Mighty Pines (9:45 p.m. – 11 p.m.)
- Kaleb Kirby (1 p.m.)
- Brady Lewis (2:30 p.m.)
- The Baylor Project (4 p.m.)
- Be & the Neosouls (6 p.m.)
- Katarra (7:30 p.m.)
- Bettye LaVette (9 p.m.)
- Cara Louise Band (12 p.m.)
- Hillary Fitz Band (1:30 p.m.)
- Nikki Hill (3 p.m.)
- Western States (4:45 p.m.)
- One Way Traffic (6:15 p.m.)
- John Henry (7:45 p.m.)