With the main stage behind them, citizens sit on concrete steps at the riverfront to see something:
In a scene reminiscent of old St. Louis, these citizens are gathered under trees and view something:
With the main stage off in the distance, possibly 300,000 gather to watch something under the Arch:
Meanwhile, just a few blocks away, the streets and alleys of Laclede's Landing are mostly empty:
Yet the people at Laclede's Landing gather to watch something:
Performing in the shadow of the Eads Bridge, in front of a couple hundred people, local R and B group, Power Play, knocks out hit after hit of Motown and soul classics.
Power Play has performed around St. Louis for almost 20 years.