Celebrate the roots of American Music

at the

3rd Annual
Lowertown Roots Music Festival

Saturday, July 27th
at Mears Park
in Lowertown Saint Paul.


Saint Paul's third annual Lowertown Roots Music Festival returns to Mears Park on Saturday, July 27. This popular outdoor venue will come alive with the sounds of Zydeco, Blues, Bluegrass, and Nordic roots music for a full day of free concerts. With a canopy of trees, beautiful flower gardens and a cool winding creek, Mears Park is the perfect setting for the music that has informed, inspired and ultimately defined American music and culture.

Grammy award winning Zydeco master
C.J. Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band
(8:30 P.M.) headline this year's festival.

"We were delighted with the response last year," said festival director
Kevin Barnes, "and we have more great music coming to Saint Paul for our third year."





Admission is Free!

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C.J. Chenier and the Red Hot
Louisiana Band
Randy Sabien's Violin Roots Ensemble

The High 48s Nordic Angst

Paul Dahlin Spelmanslag

Additional performers include:

Randy Sabien's Violin Roots Ensemble (7:00 P.M.),
The High 48s (5:30 P.M.),
Nordic Angst (4:00 P.M.) and
Paul Dahlin Spelmanslag (2:30 P.M.).