The Missouri History Museum hosts its popular Tuesday evening concerts with different themes each week.
Twilight Tuesday concerts are free and held under the beautiful Forest Park sunset. You're welcome to bring a blanket, lawn chairs and even a picnic basket and hear some terrific music. Food and drinks are available from the museum's restaurant, Bixby's, and various food trucks. Concerts will be held on the following dates:
September 3: Motown Revue
September 10: Love Jones the Band
September 17: Coleman Hughes Project
September 24: Tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire
In the event of inclement weather, call the Twilight Tuesday information hotline at 314-454-3199 to check if the concert has been cancelled.
At the Missouri History Museum, Lindell and DeBalivier in Forest Park. 6 to 8 p.m.
More information: mohistory.org
Photo: Missouri History Museum
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