615 Washington Ave
St. Louis, MO 63101
Start your week off with a Soulful Sunday blues concert by Kingdom Brothers at the National Blues Museum on November 19th. Happy Hour begins at 3, with appetizers and drink specials. Or grab a plate next door at Sugarfire BBQ and bring it with you into the concert hall. Kingdom Brothers hit the stage at 4 pm. Guaranteed good time!
This special performance will begin with a set by the St. Louis Regional International Blues Challenge winners, the Kingdom Brothers Unplugged Duo of Chris Shepherd and Ron Roskowske, followed by the entire red-hot electric blues band, performing all their fans’ favorites, including music from their latest CD release, TIMES HARD.
The National Blues Museum is the only museum dedicated exclusively to preserving and honoring the national and international story of the Blues and its impact on American culture in the United States. Located adjacent to the America’s Center convention complex in downtown St. Louis, the interactive National Blues Museum features a collection of technology- and artifact-driven exhibits that explore the Blues and celebrate the genre as the foundation of all modern American music. The museum is within walking distance of a variety of attractions including the Gateway Arch, Busch Stadium, and Laclede’s Landing; Sugarfire Smokehouse BBQ, one of St. Louisans’ favorite eateries, sits right next door to the museum, with atrium access to the performance venue.
Soulful Sundays Concert Series Ticket prices:
For National Blues Museum Members – $5.00
Non-members – $10.00
$15 for reserved table seating.
Combo Ticket $20 – includes general admission to the concert and the museum.
Tickets can only be purchased in person the night of performances at the National Blues Museum Box Office, 615 Washington Avenue, St. Louis, 63101. For more information, or to reserve a table, call 314-925-0016
While you’re exploring the museum, be sure to stop by the gift shop and pick up a copy of Kingdom Brothers’ TIMES HARD.