Get Ready for Fair Saint Louis 2019!
Celebrate our nation’s independence underneath the tallest monument in America! Fair Saint Louis will rock Gateway Arch National Park, July 4, 5 & 6 – and you are invited to join all the fun.
There is truly something for everyone at the Fair. Between the Boeing Air Shows, performances by the Purina Pro Plan Performance Team, family friendly activities (including rock climbing and a ninja warrior course!) in the Purina Festival Zone, engaging with brands in the Interactive Zone, honoring our military service members at Salute to the Troops, and, of course, the chart-topping entertainment on the Enterprise Rent-A-Car Stage and the spectacular Edward Jones fireworks that will close out each night … it’s sure to be a Fair that’ll be remembered forever.
Here’s a quick glance at the entertainment for each night:
- Thursday, July 4: Brett Young, Randy Houser
- Friday, July 5: Keith Sweat, Johnny Gill
- Saturday, July 6: The Flaming Lips, Vertical Horizon
Visit the Arch during the Fair! The Arch will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each night of the Fair. Take a break from the heat – explore the brand-new Museum at the Gateway Arch, watch the documentary movie Monument to the Dream or take the Tram Ride to the Top. The National Park Service will also host daily programs such as living history demonstrations and a performance by the St. Louis Story Stitchers. For more information about these programs, click here.
If you’re taking a tram ride, you are strongly encouraged to plan ahead of your visit. All tram ticket holders are advised to arrive at the Arch grounds at least 60 minutes ahead of your scheduled tram time, as you will go through two security checkpoints.
Please remember that multiple street closures will be in place and parking will be in high demand. Visit getaroundstl.com for a list of parking locations near the Arch or plan to arrive by MetroLink to the 8th & Pine or Laclede’s Landing stations.
Be sure to visit our Fair Saint Louis FAQ page for more information on visiting the Arch during the Fair. For all you need to know about Fair Saint Louis, visit fairsaintlouis.org. See you at the Fair!
Photo credit: Ronald Gaddis