You'll Lose Your Head at this Year's 'Let Them Eat Art' Art Festival

Photo from Enjoy Maplewood

Photo from Enjoy Maplewood

This Friday, the 13th, Historic Downtown Maplewood will host its 13th annual Let Them Eat Art festival. This art fest is held each year during Bastille Day. Let Them Eat Art will feature live art demonstrations, live music, food and drink and will be held in the streets of Historic Downtown Maplewood.

Let Them Eat Art is a self-guided event kicking off at 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Check out the list of activities to curate your own tour!

 

Music

Sutton Main Stage, 2731 Sutton

Farshid Etniko, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM  

Hobo Cane featuring Javier Mendoza, 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.

 

Sutton Loop Park, 2800 Sutton

The Opera Bell Band (kid/family friendly)

6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Citizens National Bank Park, 7300 Manchester

Saint Boogie Brass Band

7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

 

Streetside at The Benevolent King/Zee Bee Market, 7268/7270 Manchester

Acoustik Element

6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Mystic Valley Parking Lot, 7241 Manchester

Powerplay Band

6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

 

Streetside at SmithLee Productions, 7420 Manchester

Neil and Adam

Hosted/Sponsored by SmithLee Productions

 

Live Entertainment

Sutton Loop Park at Hazel and Sutton (Kid Friendly!)

Opera Bell Band

Circus Kaput - Elliot the Entertainer and Darren the Balloon Twister

Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis

Artists First (Facepainting and activities)

Hi Tadah Top Spinning

Craft Mafia craft activities

St. Louis Hoop Club and Aalim Belly Dancing - roaming entertainment

 

The Salt Room 2739 Sutton

Dream Seekers, dream interpretation

 

Marietta and Sutton

Rusty Conklin and Kathy Ann Duffin - chalk art

 

Artists

More than 50 artists will show “Friday the 13th” exclusive interpretations of art in celebration of this superstitious Bastille Day. This year’s celebration is a must-see collection of artists. Let them eat art!

To view the full list of artists click here.

To view a list of exclusive “Friday the 13th” creations click here.

To see information on street closures and parking click here.