Keith Sweat

R&B veterans Keith Sweat and Johnny Gill will be among the featured performers taking the stage for Fair St. Louis 2019.

This year’s Fair St. Louis will take place July 4, 5 and 6 at Gateway Arch National Park.

“For 39 years, Fair Saint Louis has been a celebration for St. Louis produced by St. Louisans, and we are so excited to return to Gateway Arch National Park for three days of chart-topping entertainment, family-friendly activities, the world-renowned Boeing Air Show, and of course the Edward Jones Fireworks over the Mississippi River,” said David Estes, general chairman of Fair Saint Louis 2019. “Fair Saint Louis has consistently been named one of the nation’s top Independence Day celebrations, and we invite those of all ages to join us at the Arch for an unforgettable birthday party.”

Popular family-friendly Fair Saint Louis events and attractions such as the Boeing Air Show, Salute to the Troops presented by Express Scripts and Express Scripts Foundation, Purina Festival Zone and the Interactive Zone all return for each day of the Fair Saint Louis. Fireworks presented by Edward Jones will cap off each night.

Country music singer Brett Young and rock band The Flaming Lips will also be among the featured headliners for Fair St. Louis.

Sweat will serve as the headliner for the July 5 performance with Gill as a featured artist. Johnny Gill will perform at 6;30 p.m. with Keith Sweat set to take the stage at around 815 p.m.

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