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Out on the corner of Cherokee and Lemp on Saturday afternoon, bandleader and music educator Chris Tomlin was wrangling his Saint Boogie crew before their march westward. He was in his element—a kind of second line—ideal for the former New Orleans native.

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Let us not beat around cardinal-shaped bushes: LouFest 2015 did little to galvanize anything but a dilettante's hope for next year.

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Just before the Marquise Knox Blues Revue closed out the Fifteenth Old Webster Jazz and Blues Festival on Saturday, Webster Groves Mayor Gerri Welch shared a few impressive statistics.

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Forest Park welcomed over 30 bands across four stages, thousands of screaming fans and an assortment of local food vendors into it’s lush, forested space for a weekend of unforgettable music and merriment at LouFest 2015.

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Louisville's Forecastle Festival is an annual summer musical event that draws tens of thousands of fans.

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Last year, as bohemians in frilled tops jammed to the prominent and the popular at LouFest, deep in the basement of Empire Hall another sort of spirit sang: the punk, the experimental, the homegrown, the bold.

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Festival International de Louisiane started in 1986 to celebrate its native cultures through performing arts. It is committed to maintaining the venue as a free, community-supported event.

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Ink's fifth annual Middle of the Map Fest returned to Westport and Midtown in Kansas City, Missouri from April 22-25.

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