The Soulard Blues, Brews & Bites festival

A free community event

11am - 8pm on May 8th, at the Soulard Market park

Spend Mothers Day in Soulard!

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Celebrating the culture

The Soulard B3 fest brings you a great music lineup, an art village, a beer tasting experience, and more!

Check our schedule, and get VIP’d

The B3 is produced by SHARE, a Soulard based non-profit

B3 FAQ's

It’s at the Soulard Market park on May 8th, from 11a until 8pm.
Click this link for directions.

You can enter the Soulard Market park from either the 8th street or 9th street entrances along Lafayette street, or the ramp from the field to the market plaza. ADA accessible.

Click this link for directions to the festival.

Soulard has street parking, and there are parking lots nearby.

No outside beverages are allowed on the festival grounds. The B3 fest will have beverage vendors on site to choose from. Outside food is allowed on the festival grounds, especially from Soulard eateries!

Most food vendors will sell water.

Yes, it’s a kid friendly event! 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.

Feel free to drop a line with any question or suggestion to our official B3 fest email at info@sharesoulard.org.

Thanks to 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.