All are welcome to experience this unique celebration of St Louis history, present, and future as the magical energy of the 1904 World’s Fair is rekindled. Please join us at this historical event as we celebrate the 110th anniversary of the World’s Fair and Olympics held in St Louis in 1904, and the 250th Birthday of the City Of Saint Louis. This all “Green” event will take attendees on a journey from 1904 historic exhibits, educational displays and reenactments, to live musical performances of current National and local recording artists and a look into future technologies and innovations of regional and national businesses. See, hear, savor, and feel what made this city great, what makes this city great today, and what will make this city more magnificent in the future through education, entertainment, art, and cultural exchanges.
-Friday September 12th open-4pm close-
-Saturday September 13th open-10am close-
-Sunday September 14th open-10am close-
Event Features Include
-30 Local Restaurants & Caterers featured at The Culinary Pike
-Culinary Competitions in 5 categories
-1904 World's Fair Experience
-Live Music & competition for the best band in the STL
-Dance competitions & performances
-Sporting events and Competitions
-World Market Place featuring -International Exhibitions, & Exhibit of Science and Innovation
-Fine Art exhibitions & the Art Palace competitions
-Kids Island will provide world level art activities, demonstrations, music, and dance performances.
The St. Louis World’s Fare mission is to be an annual event that will bring together peoples of the region, showcasing the finest elements of international dance, art, music and food found in St. Louis while supporting local schools and charitable organizations. This special event is also designed to help bridge St. Louis County with the St. Louis City, uniting the region into one community with one history & one Strong future. Forest Park will be the centerpiece of a three-day celebration featuring events and competitions that embrace the heritage of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair while highlighting the vibrant and diverse culture of the St. Louis Region today. For more information the media can contact the event organizer direct at 314-397-1692. http://www.stlworldsfare.com