Central Riverfront Ribbon-cutting

June 2, 2016 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Central Riverfront
N Leonor K Sullivan Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63102


2,016-FOOT-LONG PICNIC TABLE (provided)
Music – Food (or bring your own) for Purchase – Kid Activities

4:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Acoustic piano music by Ethan Leinwand
Ethan Leinwand

5:00 p.m.

Official Ribbon Cutting, remarks

5:45 p.m.

Tour the new riverfront – bike, walk, roll

5:45 – 6:15 p.m.

Acoustic piano music by Ethan Leinwand (encore)

6:15 p.m.

Interfaith blessing, epic aerial photo, community picnic

8:30 p.m.

Brief fireworks display over the Mississippi

6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Music by Good 4 the Soul
Good 4 the Soul

Explosive four-piece outfit—led by John King on bass, with James Jackson on drums, Shaun Robinson on guitar, and Adaron “Pops” Jackson on keys—draws upon jazz, funk, fusion, gospel, and R&B repertoires

Bring your neighbors, friends and family to check out the reboot of the riverfront.

The whole place is almost two feet higher, complete with new benches, lights, bike racks and trees! The will be the first of many community events in the new space, part of the CityArchRiver project and the Mississippi Greenway. From free concerts to swap meets, sidewalk vendors to 5Ks, this is a vibrant destination for residents and visitors alike.

The historic riverfront is an important part of the story of the St. Louis region. It’s time to reconnect to with our roots and create new ways for the riverfront to be part of our future.

Grab a seat at the table, meet someone new and break some break on the banks of our mighty Mississippi River, beneath our iconic Gateway Arch!

All are welcome, no official RSVP, but click here for EventBrite and Facebook to put it in your calendar!

Location: 50 Leonor K. Sullivan Boulevard (under the Gateway Arch) St. Louis, Missouri 63102. Parking is available on the levee itself and throughout downtown (http://getaroundstl.com/attractions/parking/).

by bike:
you can take the bike lane on Chouteau all the way east to the river, then use the brand new bike path along the riverfront. There are bike racks available. You can also access from the greenway that extends north along the riverfront all the way to the Old Chain of Rocks Bridge.

by Metro bus: use the #99 (Downtown Trolley) or #40 bus to get to the entrance of the Arch Grounds at the Old Cathedral.

by Metrolink: use the red or blue lines to get to the Laclede’s Landing stop.