No cost, 6,000-square-foot unique exhibit that explores St. Louis’ essential purpose in the story of American well known new music.

Be part of the Missouri Record Museum in Forest Park on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021,…

Be part of the Missouri Record Museum in Forest Park on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021, for the opening weekend of St. Louis Sound, a absolutely free, 6,000-sq.-foot particular exhibit that explores St. Louis’ very important function in the story of American well known songs from the dawn of recorded sound to Nelly’s “Country Grammar.” Much more than 200 historical artifacts from legendary musicians, entire world-course songwriters and important venues will be on exhibit.

“Our interesting lineup of opening weekend occasions offers our local community the likelihood to appear collectively, celebrate and link to St. Louis’ deep musical heritage,” explained Andrew Wanko, general public historian and exhibit written content guide for St. Louis Seem. “We’re thrilled to invite you to uncover why St. Louis is 1 of the most crucial towns for musical invention and enjoyment in the earth.”