The Soulard Blues, Brews & Bites festival
A free community event
11:30am - 7:30pm on May 21st 2023, at the Soulard Market park
Spend the day in Soulard!
Here's what awaits you at the Soulard B3 Festival!
The Normandy Vikings
11:30 - 12:00
Bob 'Bumblee' Kamoske
12:00 - 12:30
Mondin,Schaeffer & Row
12:45 - 1:30
2:00 - 2:45
Marsha Evans and the Coalition
3:15 - 4:15
R.J. Mischo Harp Extravaganza
4:45 - 5:45
The B3 fest begins in.......
Celebrating the culture
The Soulard B3 fest brings you a great music lineup, an art village, a beer tasting experience, and more!
It’s at the Soulard Market park on May 21st, 2023, from 11:30am until 7:30pm.
Click this link for directions.
You can enter Soulard Market Park from at either 8th street and Lafayette Ave, or the North Soulard Market entrance. ADA accessible.
Soulard has street parking, and there are parking lots nearby.
No outside beverages or coolers are allowed on the festival grounds. The B3 fest will have food and beverage vendors on site to choose from.
Most food vendors will sell water.
The B3 kids area will be located in the green space along the north side of the playground area, and will feature structured activities for children. *kids will require parental supervision at all times!
No. Please keep your furry friends at home, this fest is for humans only.
No, so please bring your blankets & lawn chairs with you.
The B3 fest is rain or shine. If Mother Nature intervenes and there is a severe thunderstorm or tornado watch in effect, it may require cancellation.
Enjoy our 2022 slideshow
photos by Mark Lambert and Dawn Wilcox
with Fresh Start
and Ms. Jackie T.
the Rhythm Renegades
Our festival reviews!
We appreciate our B3 Supporters
The Soulard Brews, Blues and Bites is an official SHARE event. The non-profit SHARE is a 501(c)(3) that was formed in 2021 when a group of individuals organized and filed papers with the Missouri Department of Revenue.
The SHARE mission is to promote, preserve, perpetuate, and encourage the music, culture, and heritage of Soulard and other communities in the Greater St Louis area through festivals; programs; and other cultural, educational, civic, and economic activities.