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Monday, 09 September 2013 13:28

Thieves break into dozens of cars near LouFest

More than two dozens vehicles were broken into near LouFest over the weekend.

Police say thieves targeted a total of 29 vehicles on Sunday. Most of the vehicles were parked in the 5100 block of Clayton. Owners reported various electronics were taken. Police say the thefts occurred in the evening, with the majority concentrated between 9 and 10 PM.

The musical festival was held in the park on Saturday and Sunday.

Published in Local News
Tuesday, 30 April 2013 02:23

LouFest lineup announced

   The Killers and Wilco will headline this year's LouFest in Forest Park.  The lineup for the annual music festival was announced Monday night via Twitter.  

   The Alabama Shakes and The National will also perform at the two-day event.  A number of local acts are also scheduled to take the stage September 7th and 8th.  

   Tickets go on Sale this Friday.  

   Besides music, festival organizers are promising premium food vendors, an art market with quality local artisans, and plenty of fun & cool interactive activities around the park.

   Also performing at Loufest 2013:

Edward Shape and the Magnetic Zeros
Jim James, Local Natives
Fitz and the Tantrums
Toro Y Moi
Twin Shadow
Trampled By Turtles
Walk the Moon
Ra Ra Riot
Court Yard Hounds
Icona Pop
Youngblood Hawke
Robert DeLong
Jukebox the Ghost
Wild Belle
The Mowgli’s
Brick + Mortar
Desert Noises
Space Capone
Wild Cub
J. Roddy Watson & the Business
Andrea Davidson
Modoc and the Lonely Biscuits
St. Louis acts Kentucky Knife Fight and Tef Poe are also on the card.

   The specific showtimes will be released this summer.

 
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