Fair Saint Louis in Forest Park

Date: Jul 04, 2017 | Time: 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The 2017 Fair Saint Louis will be held again in Forest Park due to the construction on the Arch grounds, Friday, July 2nd through Monday, July 4th. The location of the fair festivities, including the #FairSTL Main Stage, will center around Art Hill and the Grand Basin in Forest Park. All events during the celebration are open to everyone and all are FREE! Food and beverages are sold during the Fair.

Fair activities include live entertainment and music; Purina/Ameren Festival Zone with face painting, hands-on activities, amazing canine performances put on by the Pro Plan Performance Team, live entertainment and more; The Fairway, featuring artist/crafter vendors, merchandise vendors, and roaming vendors; Zip Line over the Grand Basin; and more! Live fireworks displays will be held each night of the fair beginning at 9:30pm on Sunday the 2nd, 10pm on Monday the 3rd, and 9:35pm on Tuesday the 4th.

The 135th VP Parade is again back in Downtown St. Louis and will begin at 9:30am on July 1st and runs along Market Street.

Fair Saint Louis entertainment on the #FairSTL Main Stage (located at the bottom of Art Hill) occurs throughout each day.

Entertainment Line-up Includes:

Sunday, July 2nd: Missouri Army National Guard, Santiago-The Natural, Dirty Muggs, SuperDuperKyle, and Akon
Monday, July 3rd: Missouri Army National Guard, Eve 6, Sister Hazel, and 3 Doors Down
Tuesday, July 4th: Ben Morgan, Hudson Moore, Matt Stillwell, Salute to the Troops Ceremony with National Anthem singer, Dan + Shay, and Jake Owen.

See the Fair Saint Louis website for more information.

For More Information:

Forest Park St Louis | 314-289-5300 | Website

Forest Park hosts many annual events including the "Great Forest Park Balloon Race", the St. Louis Wine Festival and the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival. Forest Park is home to some of the region's premiere cultural attractions including the St. Louis Art Museum, the Muny Opera, and the Missouri History Museum. Other attractions include the Jewelbox, the James S. McDonnell Planetarium, the St. Louis Zoo, Steinberg Skating Rink, Dwight Davis Tennis Center, and the Norman K. Probstein Golf Course.
Directions: Forest Park lies north of Interstate 64/40 and between Kingshighway Blvd and Skinker Blvd. The park can be entered from Skinker Blvd, Hampton Avenue, Kingshighway Blvd, Forest Park Parkway and Lindell Blvd.