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Members of the “St. Louis Levee Ragtime Band” will perform two sets of Dixieland music and “Miss Jubilee and the Humdingers” will perform two sets of music for this Saturday afternoon of festivities, kicking off a week of celebrations for the 150th Remembrance of the Battle of Pilot Knob.
The event will take place at Fort Davidson State Historic Site, is sponsored by Missouri State Parks, with entertainers being paid by a grant through Friends of Fort Davidson from the Edgar Foundation.
Enjoy a performance by The Whitewater Bluegrass Band, an upbeat, toe tappin' bluegrass band whose music includes old, as well as new, traditional bluegrass along with bluegrass gospel. Members of the group play banjo, bass, guitars and mandolin. Please bring a lawn chair for seating. Refreshments will be provided.
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